2009 Yamaha YZ250F
Anyone who has ridden Yamaha’s YZ250F can appreciate its well-roundedness, but it always comes across a little like our favorite mellow dairy product. This year, Yamaha has tried to give its smallest motocross thumper some added flavor, and succeeded! Though certainly not ground-breaking by any means, the 2009 Yamaha YZ250F has received enough attention from the Tuning Fork gang to make it a better machine. Most changes focus on expanding rider adjustability and minimizing maintenance requirements. Hence, there’s very little that pertains to the performance gains, but a few tweaks was all it took to breathe a little excitement into the popular 250F.
It didn't take much to wake up the 2009 Yamaha YZ250F. Minor changes have a big impact on this Lites class motocrosser which features a better motor and customizable fit.
|Engine Type||Single cylinder 4-stroke DOHC|
|Bore Stroke||77 x 53.6mm|
|Fuel System||Keihin FCR MX37|
|Transmission||Five-speed constant mesh|
|Seat Height||38.8 in.|
|Front Suspension||11.8 in.|
|Rear Suspension||12.0 in.|
|Fuel Capacity||1.8 gal.|
|Dry Weight||226 lbs.|
Yamaha revealed two new off-road machines during the 2014 AIMExpo, both based on the championship-winning YZ250F, the trail-ready WR250F and cross country racer YZ250FX.