Price: £11,116

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  • Bike Type: Sports Tourer
  • Engine Size: 890cc
  • Fuel Capacity: 19l
  • Model Year: 2023
  • Weight: 213
  • Seat Height: 810-825mm
  • Max Power Output: 119PS @10,000 RPM
  • EU5 890cc CP3 engine
  • Lightweight CF aluminum die-cast frame
  • Full three-bag luggage capability
  • 6-Axis IMU plus lean-sensitive rider aids
  • Next-generation design and styling
  • Full LED lighting
  • Twin 3.5” TFT meters
  • Lightweight SpinForged wheels
  • adjustable suspension
  • 2-position adjustable seat
  • Aerodynamic fairing
  • Cruise control system
  • Two year warranty extendable to three years
  • Two Year RAC Cover (Three if extended warranty taken)
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Whether your dream destination is near or far, TRACER 9 is the most inspiring and exciting way to travel. Touring is so much more than just riding – and with its easy ergonomics, aerodynamic bodywork and generous luggage capacity, this motorcycle is designed to make sure that you and your partner can enjoy every minute of every journey.

Its economical 890cc high-torque CP3 engine has the flexibility to cruise at whatever speed feels best – and with the ability to ride over 350 km between refills you can cover huge distances in a single day. And when you feel in the mood to push harder the TRACER 9 has the power and agility to get your adrenaline flowing on Europe’s legendary mountain roads.

Wherever you travel you can always depend on the TRACER 9’s smart technology to make every ride more exhilarating. Its 6-axis IMU governs the lean-sensitive electronic rider aids that give you control and confidence in varying surface and weather conditions – while twin TFT meters and full LED lighting underline this versatile Sport Tourer’s premium specification.

TRACER 9

In 2015 the first TRACER 900 changed the Sport Touring class forever. With its torque-rich CP3 engine, sporty chassis and all-round versatility, it’s become the bike of choice for over 50,000 European riders who want an agile and exciting multi-role motorcycle with plenty of attitude. Perhaps no surprise that it’s the best-selling bike in its class.

New EU5 890cc CP3 engine

More thrilling, more capable, more versatile
Powering the all-new TRACER 9 is a completely redesigned 890cc, CP3 crossplane technology engine that is lighter, more powerful and more advanced than the original powerplant that forever changed the image of the Sports Touring class. Our CP3 architecture lays the foundations for a completely new engine.
Fully EU5-compliant, the sophisticated new inline 3-cylinder engine features an increased capacity of 890cc thanks to a longer stroke, which is increased by 3mm from 59.1mm to 62.1mm, and this signicant cc boost contributes towards a 7% increase in torque output. A key feature of the new larger capacity engine is that this much higher torque output of 9.5kg-m / 93 Nm is produced at 7000rpm – 1500rpm lower down the rev range then previously – for outstanding acceleration and rapid overtaking. As well as this marked increase in linear torque, the power output of the larger capacity 890cc engine is increased to 119PS at 10,000rpm – 4hp more than previously – making this one of the most thrilling, capable and versatile motorcycles in its class

New CF die-cast Deltabox chassis

Sportier handling, increased stability, Lighter, more compact and better handling, the TRACER 9’s all-new CF die-cast Deltabox chassis has been designed to give ultimate sports versatility with excellent comfort, making this the kind of bike that is ready to switch character to suit the rider’s mood.

Longer high-rigidity swingarm: Increased stability, sporty agility

Class-leading electronic rider aids: 6-axis IMU for ultimate controllability

Originally developed for the R1 and never previously available in the Yamaha Sport Touring category, Yamaha’s 6-axis IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) constantly measures the TRACER 9’s acceleration in the forward-backward; up-down and left-right directions – as well as the angular velocity in the machine’s pitch, roll and yaw directions.
Since its introduction on the R1 in 2015, this 6-axis IMU has been further developed, and the unit featured on the new TRACER 9 is now 50% smaller and 40% lighter. This high-tech IMU device constantly sends data to the ECU which computes all the data in real time, and eectively governs the new TRACER 9’s Traction Control System (TCS) as well as its Slide Control System (SCS), front wheel LIFt control system (LIF) and Brake Control system (BC).

Traction Control System (TCS)

If any potential loss of rear tyre traction is sensed during acceleration, data from the IMU informs the ECU to activate the lean-sensitive TCS and momentarily restrict drive force until rear wheel slip is eliminated. This intelligent system intervenes at three increasing levels as lean angle increases, giving the TRACER 9 rider added confidence when accelerating on wet or slippery road surfaces.
 
Slide Control System (SCS)

When data from the IMU predicts a sideways rear tyre slide the ECU adjusts power levels correspondingly until full stability is assured. The SCS can be set at any one of three intervention levels, and can be turned o when required.

Front wheel LIFt control system (LIF)

LIF enables the rider to maintain a high degree of chassis control during aggressive acceleration by adjusting the rate of front wheel lift when it is sensed by the IMU. As with the SCS, the LIF system has three selectable intervention levels, and can also be turned o by the rider.

Three TCS/SCS/LIF mode settings

To keep the whole system easy to understand and simple to operate there are three mode settings available for the TRACER 9 rider. In Mode 1 the TCS, SCS and LIF are all pre-set to level 1, this being the lowest intervention level that is designed to accommodate sporty and aggressive riding. When Mode 2 is selected the TCS, SCS and LIF are all pre-set at level 2, which is moderate intervention that suits a wide variety of different conditions. Finally, Mode 3 is the manual setting option that enables the rider to select any combination from the 3 x TCS settings, 3 x SCS settings plus off, and 3 x LIF settings plus off, giving a potential 48 different combinations.

Brake Control system (BC)

The TRACER 9 is also equipped with a 2-Mode Brake Control (BC) system that provides added chassis stability during extreme braking situations. Data from the IMU is constantly analysed, and when excessive lever pressure is applied to the front or rear brake by the rider, the pressure is automatically modulated by the BC system.
The rider can select either of two modes: BC1 is the standard ABS-active mode which prevents wheel lock-up during emergency braking in an upright, straight-line situation. When set to BC2, the system oers an even higher level of intervention by controlling brake pressure when the IMU senses that the chassis is likely to become unsettled in situations such as sudden mid-corner braking.

Yamaha D-Mode: Four running modes for every situation

Yamaha D-Mode oers the TRACER 9 rider a total of four running modes to suit the widest variety of Sport Touring riding situations – one more than the previous model. Mode 1 gives a sharper and more aggressive engine response, Mode 2 is the all-round setting for a variety of situations, Mode 3 delivers a gentler power character that’s ideal for relaxed riding, and the new Mode 4 is perfect for wet weather riding.

Cruise Control: Making longer journeys more enjoyable

The TRACER 9 is now equipped as standard with a Cruise Control that’s similar to the system used on the previous GT model, making longer journeys even more relaxing and enjoyable.
The Cruise Control can be activated when riding at a speed of 50 km/h or more and using 4th gear or higher, and once a speed is selected it can be adjusted up and down in 2 km/h increments by a single push of the switch or by continuously holding it down. The system can be immediately deactivated by using the brakes, clutch or rolling the grip forward on a closed throttle.

Refined transmission with uprated A&S clutch: Better feel, smoother shifting

The TRACER 9 is equipped with slightly higher 1st and 2nd gear ratios that match the new engine’s higher torque output at lower rpm, and for smoother gear-changes the shift fork has been redesigned. Modications have also been made to the A&S clutch, including the use of new material for the friction plates and a revised cam angle to give a lighter lever pull for gentler chassis behavior during downshifts, resulting in a smoother, easier and more satisfying ride.

Full LED lighting throughout: Excellent visibility with dynamic new style

New mono-focus twin-eye LED ‘hidden’ headlights are recessed in the aerodynamic front fairing to give this next-generation Sport Touring machine a bold and distinctive new look that underlines its truly dynamic and sporty character.
One LED headlight unit projects the low beam while the other unit projects the high beam, and they are designed to give excellent forward illumination with an even spread of light that is softer at the edges, making them easier on the rider’s eyes. The dynamic new face also features dual LED position lights that reinforce the imposing presence of the TRACER 9.
The all-new LED rear light design is quintessentially TRACER, and features specially cut inner lenses that give a smoother tail and brake light with a three-dimensional eect to underline the bike’s ultra-modern style – and the full LED lighting is completed with compact and lightweight LED ashers.

Twin 3.5-inch full colour TFT meters: Clear and comprehensive information

The all-new twin 3.5-inch multi-function TFT meters display extremely clear data and feature an intuitive rider interface that separates the critical running information from the functional operational information.
Key running information is featured on the left screen, including a multi-coloured bar-type tachometer whose colour changes as rpm rises, as well as a digital speedometer, fuel gauge, gear position and TCS mode indicator. The left screen can be switched to the TCS mode and setting display, enabling the rider to select the desired intervention mode for the electronic rider aids. Meanwhile the right screen is split into four separate sections, each one displaying a range of information such as odometer, tripmeters 1 & 2, temperature and more.

Ultra-light Yamaha SpinForged wheels: Increased agility and lighter handling

The 10-spoke SpinForged wheels and large-diameter axles tted to the new TRACER 9 are 700g lighter than previously, and this major reduction in unsprung weight makes a positive contribution towards the bike’s agile handling, lightweight steering and responsive suspension characteristics.

Larger fully-adjustable windscreen: Increased comfort, reduced fatigue

For increased wind protection and reduced fatigue caused by bueting on longer rides, the new TRACER 9 is equipped with a large screen that can be adjusted by a total of 50mm through 10 increments of 5mm. Compact and lightweight handlebar brush guards also help to protect from the wind and weather.

R1 type radial front brake master cylinder: More power with linear control

The TRACER 9 is constructed to an extremely high standard specification, and the all-new 2021 model is the first ever Yamaha Sport Touring to be equipped with a front brake featuring a R1-type radial master cylinder. Manufactured by Nissin, this high-tech supersport-class braking system features a piston that moves parallel to the brake lever travel, giving a more linear brake feel, whilst giving the rider a higher degree of controllability.

 

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