2020 Yamaha TT-R50E

Simple three-speed automatic dirt bike for beginner riders.

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Keep it simple. That’s what Yamaha continues to do with the 2020 Yamaha TT-R50E. Young riders can learn to shift through three gears via a shift lever, but they do not have to fiddle around with a clutch lever, allowing them to focus on having fun. Additionally, its 49cc air-cooled four-stroke engine is approachable and great for learning. Equipped with a throttle stop screw and keyed ignition, the TT-R50E allows for the parents to maintain as much control as possible.

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2020 Yamaha TT-R50E Reviews, Comparisons, And Competition

In comparison with the PW50, the TT-R50E has spoked wheels, three gears, a slightly higher seat height at 21.9 inches, and an electric start (hence the E in the name). In a past Dirt Rider comparison between the PW50 and TT-R50E, staff said that “No matter how big you are, this fun four-stroke [TT-R50E] is a blast for both kids and adults to play on.”

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Beginner-oriented trailbikes include the Suzuki DR-Z50 and Honda CRF50F and Yamaha’s own PW50. If the young rider would prefer more race-oriented machines, there are the KTM 50 SX and 50 SX Mini to scratch that itch.

Yamaha TT-R50E Updates For 2020

No major changes to the Team Yamaha Blue-colored mini aside from graphic updates. Price remains unchanged at $1,699.

2020 Yamaha TT-R50E Claimed Specifications

Price $1,699
Engine Air-cooled SOHC four-stroke
Displacement 49cc
Bore x Stroke 36.0 x 48.6mm
Horsepower N/A
Torque N/A
Transmission 3-speed automatic
Final Drive Chain
Seat Height 21.9 in.
Rake 25.5°
Trail 1.3 in.
Front Suspension Telescopic fork; 3.8-in. travel
Rear Suspension Single shock; 2.8-in. travel
Front Tire 2.50-10-4PR
Rear Tire 2.50-10-4PR
Wheelbase 36.4 in.
Fuel Capacity 0.8 gal.
Claimed Wet Weight 126 lb.