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shane

tullamore, Australia

Reviewed on 2005-09-04

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5.0
I'm 15 and this is my first bike, I have ridden ag200 and crf250x's before. I only got it one week ago and I'm very happy with it. No problems so far and it has more than enough power for me. It easily does 120km/h. The only problems are that I havn't been able to get the front wheel up, I can do it on a ag200 so its very suprising that its hard to do on a ttr250, and the other problem is the amount of fuel I'm going through from riding it almost non stop.
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Jim Turas

Chicago, Illinois

Reviewed on 2005-03-20

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5.0
I have put on about 50 miles so far on this bike and loved every minute of it! The overall performance and handling of this bike is good. Enough power is kicked out of this 250 to give you a fiesty little ride. The bike handles well on trails and is a great adult entry level ride. Good looks, good performance, great price, what more can I say?
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Steve Santini

Modesto, California

Reviewed on 2005-01-03

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5.0
Being a former motocross racer (about 20 years and 70lbs ago :) and a Honda guy, I set out to buy a play bike to chase my kids around. I looked at the Hondas and decided I really don't need the water-cooled, race-type machines for the type of riding I was going to do. So I went over to my Yamaha dealer and checked out the TT-R250's and fell in love. I've ridden the bike three times now and all I can say is WOW! This bike is fun, fun, fun. Starts right up, great power and lots of low-end torque, nice and quiet, and I love the fact that I can adjust my suspension settings. There is just not one bad thing to say about this bike. I'm a big guy and it pulls me around without a problem. This is the ultimate no hassle play bike.
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Joe

Manteca, California

Reviewed on 2004-10-20

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4.0
I purchased my TT-R 250 new in 2004 and have become addicted to it. The bike has good low and midrange torque and the six speed transmission assures that there is a gear for every situation. The front suspension came set up soft but some turns of the screw at the bottom on each fork tube fixed that. The frame is plenty rigid and the build quality is great. I would recommend that any rider of this bike put a plate to protect the rear brake master cylinder because it is exposed. My complaints with the bike are 1: it is too quiet stock, and 2: the wheelbase is great for turning on a trail but too short for high speed stability in loose packed dirt or sand and 3: I wish a kickstart back up came standard instead of being a $300+ accessory. The TT-R 250 continues to impress me and the electric start is great for cold starts. It may be the best value in entry level adult bikes.
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Chris

Birmingham, Alabama

Reviewed on 2004-08-09

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5.0
This is only my second motorcycle that I've purchased. The first was a 1974 Suzuki TS185L. I still have the Suzuki and needless to say, the new Yamaha is a better bike. I can't even compare the two. But anyways, the TTR250 is a great bike, easy to ride, more power than I need(and I am a big guy), and the electric start is a great feature. Yamaha has put together a great bike. Please email me if you have any questions.
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Bryan

Frederick, Maryland

Reviewed on 2004-07-01

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5.0
This bike is powerful. I like its six speeds and the fact that it has lights and two cams. I would recomend this bike to anyone. I let my friends ride it and one of them is a honda person and he says it's addicting and fun to ride mine. I had been riding a 2001 TTR 225 and I noticed a lot of differences. The power, turns better, and will do a wheelie easily in second and third gear. Yamaha has made one of the best bikes (I think) to come out. Thanks Yamaha!
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Matt Glenn

Sarasota, Florida

Reviewed on 2004-06-09

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5.0
I have a 2003 Yamaha ttr250 and i love it. It is a great trail bike and can do great wheelies. I'm a big guy but this bike can handle me and it's got good power for a 250 trail bike. The only thing I did to mine is got a new fmf pipe because the one on it sounds like a sceaming baby.
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