Dirt-sized wheels, a smaller front brake rotor, silver fork stanchions and a $100-less-expensive sticker differentiate the dual-sport WR250R from the supermoto WR250X. Dirt-sized wheels, a smaller front brake rotor, silver fork stanchions and a $100-less-exp Tech Spec Yamaha WR250X EvolutionA supermoto version of the dual-sport version of the off-road WR250F. RivalsNo direct competition, though the $6199 Suzuki DR-Z400SM comes closest. TECH Price $5999 Engine type l-c four-stroke single Valve train DOHC, 4v Displacement 250cc Transmission 6-speed Claimed horsepower na Claimed torque na Frame Aluminum semi-double cradle Front suspension 46mm Kayaba inverted fork with adjustable compression and rebound damping Rear suspension Single Kayaba shock with adjustable spring preload, compression and rebound damping Front brake Single Nissin two-piston caliper, 298mm disc Rear brake Single Nissin one-piston caliper, 230mm disc Front tire 110/70-17 Bridgestone BT090F Rear tire 140/70-17 Bridgestone BT090R Seat height 35.7 in. Wheelbase 56.1 in. Fuel capacity 2.0 gal. Claimed dry weight 280 lbs. Contacthttp://www.yamaha-motor.com VerdictA lightweight supermoto that's a ton of fun « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Chris Denison Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!