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The Model of a 2022 Yamaha Motorcycle

The 2022 Yamaha motocross bikes have been unveiled today by the Japanese motorcycle brand Yamaha Motor Company. Here’s a first look at the new 2022 Yamaha models launched, which is headlined by the all-new YZ125 and also includes new 2022 YZ250F and YZ450F models. Plus, the return of the striking Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition.

Here are the details from the press release:

2020 witnessed Monster Energy Official Yamaha Factory MXGP and MX2 riders fighting at the front throughout the season, with Jeremy Seewer and Jago Geerts finishing the year as vice-champion in MXGP and MX2 respectively.2022_yam_yz125lcsv_eu_yb_sta_001_03_preview_m01

During the past season Yamaha has displayed incredible strength with YZ450F riders taking two out of the top four places in the 2020 MXGP standings, while YZ250F riders took three out of the top five places in the 2020 MX2 standings, securing Yamaha the MX2 Manufacturer’s World Title as a result.

In the USA, where the 2021 Supercross season has already concluded, Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing riders dominated both the 2021 250 SX East and West Championships aboard of their YZ250F machines.

Ever since Yamaha won its first-ever World Motocross championship almost 50 years ago, the company has been totally committed to supporting the sport and creating a range of winning machinery for riders of all ages. Yamaha was one of the first Japanese brands to produce purpose-built race bikes for youth riders and the first to introduce to the track 4-stroke MX machines. Today the company continues to be a major force in motocross at every level and with a full commitment to every rider.

To underline the company’s long-term commitment to motocross, Yamaha will launch an all-new YZ125 for 2022 along with major upgrades for the YZ250 and YZ85 models that give every rider the opportunity to realise their true potential and head straight to the victorYZone

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