... There's just no other bike that has the TDR's looks!
The TDR shares many components with Yamaha's other 2 stroke 125's: the DT dirtbike and the TZR race replica. The engine and gearing are exactly the same as the DT - a watercooled 2 stroke with crankcase reed valve induction. The TDR accelerates ... Read review
slow, requires lots of modifications to get the best performance (but it's worth it!)
"...up to the usual high Yamaha standard. The front brake is almost too good: slamming it on at 30mph results in the rear end lifting nicely. Lots of fun!
2 stroke 125's have the advantage over 4 strokes in that they have to be restricted in order to qualify for the 12bhp/60mph learner laws. In the TDR's case, the powervalve and exhaust limit the bike - max revs are 8,000 rpm which is about 60mph in top gear. This is great for learners and once you ..."
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