This year, Yamaha R1 celebrated 20 years of existence, since first R1 was seen the day of the day in 1998. In this honor, Yamaha has prepared a special GYTR version YZF-R1 for the following year.
Yamaha YZF-R1 GYTR
Next year, Yamaha will offer as many as four generations of sports motorcycles in the form of the Yamaha R125, Yamaha YZF-R3, Yamaha YZF-R6 and Yamaha YZF-R1 models. Yamaha YZF-R1 GYTR (stands for Genuine Yamaha Technology Racing) was shown at the EICMA motorcycle fair in Milan and attracted a lot of attention.. The Yamaha YZF-R1 GYTR comes in a combination of red and white, identical to those in which the first R1 appeared in 1998. A detailed specification of this model intended exclusively for the racing track is not yet fully known. What is now known is that the new R1 GYTR will have the best racing components that can be found on the market, such as the Ohlins FGRT front fork, the TTX36 rear shock absorber, the Bridgestone rubber and the Brembo brake.
In addition to top suspension and brakes, the Yamaha YZF R1-GYTR will feature Titanium Akrapovic Evolution 2 exhaust and carbon fiber body. The special parts in the electronic package there are racing ECU and CCU (Computer Control Unit), with which you can analyze all driving data. Handlebar shock absorber is fully adjustable depending on the wishes and needs of the driver. If, in some cases, you are not satisfied with the special parts that Yamaha offers, you can ask for the serial or other parts to be installed. After all installed parts, the motorcycle will be tested and optimized according to the basic settings. With the purchase of the Yamaha YZF-R1 GYTR, you are entitled to participate in the Yamaha Racing Experience event where Yamaha’s factory drivers show you how to get the maximum out of this motorcycle on the race track.
The Yamaha YZF-R1 GYTR shown at the EICMA Fair is a prototype model that will be produced in as little as 20 copies. The price of this model as well as the full specification will be known in December. Until that “Get Ready to Conquer the Track with the New 2019 YZF-R1 GYTR”