The 2011 Yamaha TT-R230 is a trail bike that caters to a wide range of enthusiasts. With unparalleled reliability in its class and robust, powerful mechanics, the TT-R230 attracts not only the attention of experienced dirt trail bikers but also beginners. Inspired by the design of the Yamaha YZ, the TT-R is the most suitable introductory trail bike. With a low gripper seat, compact wheelbase, and convenient electric start allow, the 2011 Yamaha TT-R230 is not just versatile and practical, but is also a very simple and uncomplicated option if the rider wants to enjoy the thrill and freedom of riding a motor bike.
With the 2011 Yamaha TT-R230, customers will not be spending too much to own something they do not use very often. The Yamaha TT-R is designed to provide exceptional handling and with a flat seat/tank construction outstanding mobility. With a sturdy diamond-type design and steel frame the robust 2011 Yamaha TT-R230 is well prepared for the most rugged trails. The distinctive Team Yamaha colors and sport oriented styling give the 2011 TT-R230 even more oomph. Large, folding foot pegs allow proper footing even in slippery and muddy conditions, while the bike is fitted with a 21-inch aluminum wheel in the front and an 18-inch aluminum wheel in the back. The bike has an 11.6-inch ground clearance allowing it to be driven in every type of trail environment.
The 2011 Yamaha TT-R230 is fitted with an air-cooled, 223-cc, four-stroke engine that produces smooth power to maneuver the dirt bike through all kinds of trails. The engine is paired with a six-speed, transmission that has a heavy-duty clutch allowing for versatile handling. Other things that make the 2011 Yamaha TT-R230 a superior package are a lightweight exhaust system, and an air filter that allows for maximum airflow and very easy maintenance. The smaller wheel base and lower seat height allow for responsive handling even by smaller riders. The Yamaha TT-R230 comes with superior disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear allowing the rider to confidently handle the bike when on the trail.