Yamaha’s demo fleet awaits you at the MCN Festival – in­clud­ing the all-new su­per-naked fresh from its world launch

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amaha are the lat­est ma­jor man­u­fac­turer to con­firm their list of test bikes at this year’s MCN Festival and they’ll not only be bring­ing the en­tire MT Tour fleet, but they’re also fly­ing in four MT-10S di­rect from the world press launch in Spain.

With its torque-packed R1-de­rived en­gine and su­per-short wheel­base, the MT-10 prom­ises to be a thrilling pack­age. With a full com­ple­ment of rider aids in­clud­ing ABS, trac­tion con­trol, ride-by-wire throt­tle and rider modes, com­bined with that stun­ning cross­plane en­gine, the MT-10 prom­ises to be a stun­ning ride and you could be one of the first in the world to ride it!

The MT tour fleet fea­tures the com­plete line-up of Yamaha’s MT model range to try out, in­clud­ing the MT-09, (with new trac­tion con­trol and throt­tle map­ping) MT-09 Tracer, MT-03 and the bril­liant MT-07.

New and novice riders can ex­pe­ri­ence the A2 re­stricted MT-07, MT-03 or MT-125, all with the guid­ance of ex­pe­ri­enced MT In­struc­tors.

YYamaha will also be bring­ing along two of the Ex­treme Wheelie ma­chines to test your throt­tle con­trol and bal­ance and Yamaha’s of­fi­cial stunt rider Dave Coates will show you how it’s done in a jaw-drop­ping dis­play of ma­chine con­trol. The Yamaha MX Ex­pe­ri­ence will be bring­ing along a range of mo­tocrossers, and there will also be a ‘try a big ad­ven­ture bike’ area with a range of Tri­umph Ex­plorer and Tiger mod­els to try out off-road. The test rides, stunt shows, MX Ex­pe­ri­ence, try an ad­ven­ture bike area and wheelie ma­chine are all in­cluded your ticket price!

With such a large range of test rides avail­able there’s go­ing to be some­thing for ev­ery­one at this year’s event.

If you want to get your bum on a few test bikes don’t de­lay and book your tick­ets now, ad­vance ticket-hold­ers to the MCN Festival get pri­or­ity book­ing.

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