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  1. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine Type: 250cc liquid-cooled DOHC 4-stroke; 4 valves Bore x Stroke: 77.0mm x 53.6mm Compression Ratio: 11.8:1 Fuel Delivery: Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI) Ignition: TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition; direct ignition coil Transmission: Constant-mesh 6-speed, multiplate wet clutch Final Drive: Chain CHASSIS Suspension / Front: Inverted fork, fully adjustable; 10.6-in travel Suspension / Rear: Single shock, fully adjustable; 10.6-in travel Brakes / Front: Hydraulic single disc, 250mm Brakes / Rear: Hydraulic single disc, 230mm Tires / Front: 80/100-21 Tires / Rear: 120/80-18 DIMENSIONS AND CURB WEIGHT L x W x H: 85.6 in x 31.9 in x 48.4 in Seat Height: 36.6 in Wheelbase: 55.9 in Rake (Caster Angle): 26.7° Trail: 4.4 in Maximum Ground Clearance: 11.8 in Fuel Capacity: 2.0 gal / CA model, 1.9 gal Fuel Economy**: 71 mpg Wet Weight***: 295 lb WARRANTY Warranty: 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)
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    Awaiting nicer weather to come. Will come back to this review once the snow is gone and able to take the bike out to the trails.
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    Great bike. Love the Fuel Injection. I changed the stock 13/43 gearing to 13/48
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    A week ago I sold my vintage 1984 Honda XR500R to a guy that I know will take wonderful care of it - he drove from Kentucky to Texas to pick it up. I also still have a 1997 XR250R that is in extraordinary condition that I ride regularly in SW New Mexico. After doing a good deal of research on the Yamaha WR250R I found and acquired a 2017 model with only 700 miles on it. So far I have only ridden it on pavement since I am back in Texas but I am very pleased with the bike. It is my first 21st Century motorcycle so the tech and complexity is an interesting contrast to the relative simplicity of the XR's. I will add to this review (or do another) once I have put in some off-road time in NM.
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    This bike might be the funnest bike I've ever owned. I'm not saying it's the fastest or the "coolest" bike I've owned, but it's just plain fun (it is pretty cool though, don't get me wrong). Yamaha has themselves a good one here. Great bike, especially for a 250.
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    Best all-around bike money can buy in my opinion. I'll be first in line if they ever come out with a WR450R.
  8. sitz

    Yamaha WR250R (2008)

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    It's a bike.
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    I like this bike so far. I made some of the recommended upgrades immediately and now have it where I think it'll serve me well for some time.
  10. cmo

    Yamaha WR250R (2010)

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    Love it.
  11. 2 reviews

    ADVANCED DUAL SPORT The pinnacle of reliable performance dual purpose bikes, designed to continue the adventure when the road stops and the trail begins. Top Features YZ-F Developed Dual-Sport Directly descended from our YZ® motocrossers and WR® off-road machines, the WR250R™ is here to make Yamaha’s off-road prowess street accessible, with high-specification components and top-notch build quality rarely seen in the dual-sport segment. Dirt-Focused Performance Not exactly an enduro model and not a pure streetbike either, the WR250R is for riders who ride off-road more than on, and are looking for extreme dirt capability right out of the box. Advanced Fuel-Injected Engine Featuring EFI and advanced lightweight engine internals, the WR250R isn’t just another detuned dual-sport, as Yamaha’s race-winning performance and track-tested development comes into focus with every twist of the throttle. Full-Adjustable Suspension With three-way adjustable suspension front and rear, the WR250R’s high-spec fork and shock allow the rider to tune the ride to match trail conditions and make the most of the light, nimble chassis. Engine High-Tech Four-Stroke Powerplant 250cc liquid-cooled, DOHC engine with two titanium intake valves and two steel exhausts, forged piston and direct-plated cylinder for outstanding durability. Advanced, High-Revving Cylinder Design Pentroof combustion chamber with downdraft-type straight intake helps make excellent power across the rev band, with maximum power at 10,000 rpm. Fuel Injection First use of fuel injection on a 250 Yamaha on/off-road bike. The system relies on input from a crank sensor, intake air pressure sensor and throttle position sensor feeding a compact ECU to provide optimum combustion. EXUP® Exhaust An ECU-controlled EXUP® exhaust valve, along with an electronic intake control valve, broadens the powerband for more responsive power. Durable Engine Internals High-lift cams have WPC surface treatment in which the surface is sprayed with fine powder at over 100 meters per second to increase surface hardness, improving durability and reducing friction losses. Compact Engine Three-axis engine layout keeps the engine compact. The wet oil sump tucks between frame rails to keep the engine height down and minimize overall chassis size. High-Performance Generator Rare earth-type ACM alternator keeps the weight down while providing the current needed to run the FI and lighting systems. Coil-On-Plug Ignition Direct ignition coil sits atop the spark plug, for a high-energy spark and reduced weight compared to conventional coils and high voltage spark plug wires—another first on a Yamaha on-off road model. 6-Speed Transmission Six-speed gearbox provides a wide spread of ratios, with shower-type lubrication for reliability. A special light-action clutch makes shifting a snap. Compact Muffler Tucked-in three-chamber muffler helps keep mass centralized and the bike quiet. Chassis/Suspension YZ-Style Chassis YZ/WR250-inspired semi-double-cradle frame uses a main frame of cast and forged aluminum sections, with high-strength steel downtubes for excellent strength and rigidity characteristics. Advanced Swingarm Asymmetrical swingarm provides excellent strength/rigidity balance and a dynamic look. Cast aluminum crossmembers, extruded arms and a 22mm rear axle are carefully tuned for optimum handling. Fully Adjustable Forks Fully adjustable 46mm fork provides 10.6 inches of wheel travel. A forged lower triple clamp and a cast upper one help give outstanding front-end feel. An aluminum steering stem reduces weight. Linkage-Style Shock Linkage-mounted rear shock provides 10.6 inches of travel with adjusters for compression damping, rebound damping and spring preload—and features a large 14mm rod and 46mm cylinder for excellent damping and fade resistance. Dual Wave-Type Disc Brakes Wave brake rotors front and rear, including a large 250mm front disc, reduce unsprung weight and provide excellent performance. And the rear brake pedal is forged aluminum for durability. Additional Features Narrow, Rider-Focused Ergonomics A slim steel fuel tank is shaped with knee grip in mind, and the entire ergonomic layout is designed to make the rider feel like part of the bike. Racing-Derived Saddle Narrow, YZ-inspired seat features gripper-type cover for great seat-of-the-pants feel and improved connection to the machine. Enduro Instruments WR enduro-style instrument panel provides excellent visibility in spite of the compact size. Basic mode provides speed, clock, trip meter and self-diagnostic function, while a measurement mode includes a stopwatch and distance-compensating trip meter. Compact Bodywork Minimalist front and rear fenders are designed for function, simplicity, and lightness. Bodywork with a separate radiator heat outlet helps keep engine and rider cool. High-Visibility Lighting Lightweight headlight and LED taillight maximize visibility and draw less current.
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    One of the dual sports I am considering to purchase.
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    Fully adventurized WRR. Even rode it from Northern CA to Moab and back. Butt was a bit sore and numb, but otherwise ...
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    The controversial WR250R. Is it a capable dirt bike, or a heavy pig? I don't know. I do know that I love to ride it just about anywhere comfortably.
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    Love my WR!
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    great
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    riding a WR now instead of an XR ...i love the Yamaha.
  18. Zaboo

    Yamaha WR250R (2008)

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    A blast to ride. So far it does everything that I want.
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    Just recently got my WR250R, but loving it so far! More details coming as I get some experience on the bike.
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    Good bike for a taller rider, great suspension and has good power for a 250!
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    Great Allrounder for those who dont live in the woods and need to ride for an hour to get there.
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    Love it. That is all.
  23. I'm living in Colorado, planning on using my bike for double and single track trails driving from Denver area. Does anyone know which bike would be better for the altitude and cold? I've heard two sides: 1. The DRZ will satisfy your need for more displacement at higher altitudes while FI 250's become anemic. and 2. The WRR will adjust to the altitude better. ps I'm 150 pounds and 5'11 so I'm not sure that I should be worried about the WRR providing too little power...
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