The TT-R models make up Yamaha’s popular off-roading lineup. The 2008 Yamaha TT-R 50E is the youth model in this off-roading lineup. The Yamaha TT0R 50E was first introduced back in 2006. The base MSRP for this youth version is around $1,200. The 2008 TT-R 50E motorbike is around 4.2 feet long, 23.4 inches wide, around 30.5 inches high and has around 5.3 inches of ground clearance. The frames and rear suspension for these motorbikes are constructed from steel.
The 2008 TT-R 50E is equipped with a one-piece vinyl seat and foot pegs for the driver as well. These youth off-road motorbikes come with a standard chain guard, engine case guard, fork guards and an exhaust guard. These Yamaha youth motorbikes come equipped with a skid plate as well. Many people say that the 2008 TT-R 50E can be an ideal motorbike for children as young as two.
The 2008 TT-R 110E is around 5.1 feet long, 26.8 inches wide, about 36.3 inches high and has around 7.1 inches of ground clearance. These motorbikes also come with a one-piece vinyl seat, a chain guard and exhaust guard as well. The base MSRP for the Yamaha TT-R 125E is around $2,600, and the Yamaha TT-R 230 sells for around $3,500. The 2008 Yamaha TT-R 230 is around 6.7 feet long, 31.5 inches wide, around 46.5 inches high and has about 11.6 inches of ground clearance.
The Yamaha TT-R motorbikes were mostly carryover for 2008.
- The TT-R 110E was a new release for the year 2008.
- The TT-R 90 from 2007 was discontinued for 2008.
- Many riders have a significant overall preference for the 2007 TT-R 50E when compared with the 2008 version.