• 2012 Yamaha PW 80 Automatic

    2012 Yamaha PW 80 Automatic In excellent condition. Kids have outgrown. pick up in St Albans. starts first kick and runs and rides perfect.
    AU $800.00
    17 bidsEnding Saturday at 21:00 AEDST2d 16hManufacturer: YamahaTransmission: Automatic
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Yamaha 80cc Trail Bikes

Yamaha 80cc trail bikes are kick-start dirt bike motorcycles. They are one of the smaller Yamaha bikes, commonly used by adolescents and teenagers, as well as adults with small statures. These bikes are specifically designed for off-road trail riding. They work well on loose or hard-packed dirt. These smaller motorbikes also come in a variety of colours, so you can find one that complements your personal style.

Rugged Design

Yamaha trail bikes offer durability necessary for off-road riding. They feature high-quality aluminium and steel frames with welded joints. The body of these 80cc dirt bikes rides lower to the ground than some similarly sized bikes. This creates a lower centre of gravity and helps increase overall stability. Some of the body panels on these bikes are metal and other have strong yet flexible plastic.

All-Weather Capable

You can ride your Yamaha 80cc trail bike in almost any type of weather. The tyres feature deep tread that allows them to gain traction in wet or dry environments. These bikes can go through mud, as well as large puddles of water. They work well in warm or cold weather, and you can even ride these trail bikes in snowy conditions.

Precision Handling

Yamaha kick-start trail bikes with 80cc feature highly responsive steering and breaking systems. This allows you to make sharp turns, which is important if you are riding on winding trails. You can also slow and stop the bike quickly when there are obstacles in your path.

Front and Rear Suspension

Yamaha 80cc trail bikes feature front and rear suspension systems that help give you a smooth ride over uneven surfaces. The suspension system absorbs shock caused from riding over bumps and dips, while also ensuring the tyres maintain contact with the ground.

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