2-cylinder, Liquid-cooled, EURO5, 4-stroke, 4-valves, DOHC
BORE X STROKE
80.0 x 68.6 mm
54,0 kW (73,4 PS) @ 8.750 rpm
67,0 Nm (6.8 kg-m) @ 6.500 rpm
Wet, Multiple Disc
FRONT SUSPENSION STROKE
Hydraulic dual disc brake, Ø298 mm
Swingarm, (link suspension)
REAR SUSPENSION STROKE
Hydraulic single disc brake, Ø245 mm
120/70ZR17M/C (58W) Tubeless
180/55ZR17M/C (73W) Tubeless
USABABLE TANK VOLUME
World GP 60th Anniversary livery
The iconic red speed block graphics featured on Yamaha’s early GP bikes are among the most famous and best-loved designs of all time. Pure-white bodywork with a thick red stripe running along the top of the tank and tail captures the spirit of the pioneering factory racers – and the gold-coloured wheels and yellow front number plate come straight from the racetrack.
High-torque 689cc CP2 engine
Delivering 73.4 PS @ 8.750 rpm, the 689cc CP2 engine of the R7 World GP 60th Anniversary offers thrilling acceleration and instant throttle response. Its 270-degree crank gives an uneven firing interval that ensures a lively and exciting feel as the revs rise – and its linear torque output enables you to lay down the power efficiently for faster corner exits.
Athletic design with R-Series DNA
A key factor in achieving optimum performance is by having the smallest frontal area possible – and thanks to the compact dimensions of the CP2 engine, Yamaha’s designers have been able to develop an athletic bodywork that is slimmer than any other R-Series model. And with its sporty tucked-in riding position, the R7 World GP 60th Anniversary slices through air smoothly and efficiently.
Aerodynamic cowling and twin-eye face
You don’t need to see the Yamaha logo to know that this stunning new Supersport is part of the legendary R-Series family. The lightweight full fairing with aluminium lower panels has been shaped by pure R-Series DNA and features an aggressive twin-eye face with its M-shaped air duct and a powerful central LED headlight.
A&S clutch for increased controllability
The R7 World GP 60th Anniversary is the first CP2-engined Yamaha to be equipped with an Assist & Slipper (A&S) clutch that delivers smoother gear shifting and prevents engine over-rev and rear wheel hop during hard braking, resulting in more predictable and controllable handling when approaching corners. And the A&S clutch also offers a much lighter feel at the lever.
Lightweight frame tuned for idealised chassis rigidity
With a wet weight of only 188 kg, the R7 World GP 60th Anniversary features a compact frame that makes it the slimmest bike in the R-Series family. Its balance of rigidity has been fine-tuned with an aluminium centre brace as well as by using tubing with varying tensile strengths – and these key features contribute towards the bike’s outstandingly agile and responsive handling characteristics.
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