Check out photos of Yamaha’s new-but-old SR400 as we take it for a spin in the 2015 Yamaha SR400 First Ride review.
- The timeless good looks of Bell Helmet’s original open face lid lives on with its recently redesigned Custom 500 helmet. DOT-approved and available in six sizes (XS-XXL), each variation, with the exception of the XS/S comes with a uniquely shaped fiberglass outer shell and internal EPS liner. It comes with a quilted and fixed internal liner and is attached to rider’s head via a conventional fabric strap and D-ring enclosure. The Custom fits with sizing comparable to its Moto-9 off road helmet and available in seven colorways.
- After a 33-year break Yamaha re-introduces its classic SR400 to the U.S. as a 2015 street line-up for $5990.
- The ’15 SR400 gets a more modern-style cross-drilled front disc brake.
- Even after three decades, it’s hard to argue with the SR’s styling. It’s as cute today as it was in 1978.
- Yamaha helps riders get back to the basics with its tried-and-true SR400 street bike.
- 2015 Yamaha SR400 - $5990.
- Instrumentation is simple but effective and even includes a low-fuel warning light.
- The SR400 sources a two-valve air-cooled 399cc Single that’s fuel injected. It’s lit via a manual kickstarter.
- The SR400’s seat is long and low. It can accommodate a passenger and is reasonably comfortable for city riding.
- While prime for customization we like the quiet purr of the SR400’s exhaust note.