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Yamaha PW50 Kids Motorcycle

When it comes to kids' mini-bikes, Yamaha is the clear leader. With the PW50's rider-friendly design it's easy to see why this 50cc 2-stroke is a firm favourite with kids and parents. Safety features include an adjustable throttle which allows parents to limit top speed to suit the rider's skill level - and the enclosed shaft drive reduces maintenance chores. And there's no gear shifting to worry about, its zippy 50cc 2-stroke engine drives through a fully-automatic gearbox for simple 'twist-and-go' performance. At just 39 kg, this lightweight and compact mini-bike is the ideal way for your child to have hours of fun while developing their riding skills.

Yamaha YFZ50 – Blue MY23

Small in size, big in fun, the all-new YFZ50 performance meets pure sport styling for 6‑year‑olds and up, riders are ready to begin their lifelong off‑road adventure. This junior quad has a compact body, simple controls, and an automatic 49cc engine, the YFZ50 is the perfect way to start out, this mini ATV is ready to provide hours of family fun at a great price.

Yamaha YFM90 – Blue 2023

  • Fully automatic CVT transmission
  • Electric start
  • Chain drive
  • Parking brake
  • Throttle limiter
  • F/N/R gears
  • Hydraulic rear disc brake
  • Comfortable ergonomics

Yamaha YFM90 – White 2023

The YFM90R balances power with a range of features to give you total peace of mind. A simple CDI plug-in adjusts engine power output to suit different riding abilities while a parking brake on the handlebar ensures that the YFM90R stays exactly where you last left it. The fully automated gearbox makes it even easier to ride and it's thinking like this that makes YFM90R the kids' ATV that adults love too. Exploration, a world of fun and a thrilling outdoor experience with friends - that's the promise of Yamaha's leisure range.  

Yamaha NMAX 125

Premium quality entry-level city scooter Powerful 125cc SOHC 4-valve liquid-cooled engine Variable valve actuation for strong acceleration Excellent fuel efficiency: 45.7km/litre WMTC mode Compact and sporty handling chassis Excellent stability and easy agility ABS as standard with 230mm front and rear discs Spacious interior with plenty of legroom Generous underseat helmet storage space Sporty aerodynamic bodywork 13-inch wheels with 130-section rear tyre LED lights and LCD instruments

Yamaha XSR125

First introduced in 2020 and is designed to offer a blend of modern technology with classic styling. The Yamaha XSR125 is a 125cc retro-style motorcycle. It is powered by a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 125cc single-cylinder engine, which produces around 15 horsepower and 11 Nm of torque. It features a 6-speed manual transmission and has a top speed of around 100 km/h. In terms of features, the XSR125 comes with a round LED headlight, digital instrument cluster, and a single disc brake at the front and rear. It also has a retro-inspired design with a teardrop fuel tank, a flat seat, and a round tail light. Overall, the Yamaha XSR125 is a good option for those looking for a small, lightweight motorcycle with classic styling and modern technology. It is suitable for new riders, commuters, or anyone looking for a fun and stylish ride.

Yamaha MT-125

With their dynamic style, naked bodywork and thrilling performance, it’s no surprise that Yamaha’s MT models have lured so many riders into the Dark Side of Japan. The breed is constantly evolving. The radical new MT-125 is ready to bring even more performance, attitude and adrenaline to the 125 class. Download spec sheet.

2023 Yamaha YZF-R125



Available in Icon Blue or Tech Black Right from day one the R-Series Supersport models have been designed and built using a ‘no-compromise’ philosophy. It started with the original R1 over two decades ago. That bike changed things forever. And ever since then Yamaha has never been afraid to introduce high-performance race-bred technology for the street, believing that every rider should have the opportunity to experience MotoGP-inspired technology in every category from 125cc through to 1000cc. Download spec sheet.  

Yamaha MT-03

Cryan Storm, Icon Blue, Tech Black Yamaha's Hyper Naked bikes are built to thrill. With their muscular styling and adrenaline charged performance, the top-selling MT models have stolen the hearts and minds of riders all over Europe. And now there's an all-new MT-03 that comes with a higher specification and serious street presence. Download spec sheet.

Yamaha YZF-R3 Motorbike

R-World is calling. Because the high specification YZF-R3 comes fully equipped with a wide range of high-end features that give you outstanding performance alongside class-leading quality and head turning style – making this the most exciting model for every A2 license rider. Download spec sheet.

Yamaha MT-07 Pure


Pure riding pleasure

As soon as you start the bike’s 690cc CP2 engine you’ll know that this is something very special. Developed using Yamaha’s crossplane technology, the powerplant’s uneven firing sequence delivers strong and linear torque for thrilling acceleration – while the pulsating exhaust is the perfect soundtrack to every ride. Natural ergonomics make the MT-07 Pure an ideal fit for every rider – and the bike’s compact dimensions make this top-selling Hyper Naked one of the most agile performers in any situation. Exciting to ride and built to grab everyone’s attention, this could be the bike that has everything you wanted. And more.

At a glance

  • 35kW A2 version also available
  • Pure MT Hyper Naked DNA
  • Torque-rich 690cc CP2 EU5 engine
  • Assertive riding position
  • LED projector lighting
  • Large diameter dual front disc brakes
  • Mass centralized design
  • Compact and versatile
  • Inverted LCD meter
  • Sculpted 14-litre fuel tank
  • Lightweight 10-spoke wheels
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Yamaha MT-07



Cray Storm, Icon Blue, Tech Black Being the runaway market leader tells you a lot about the MT-07. It’s been the best-selling Hyper Naked every year since its launch in 2014. But what you may not know is how the idea behind the MT concept came about. Download spec sheet.