In extra methods than one, the Yamaha Ténéré 700 is shaping as much as be some of the versatile, simply customizable journey bikes on the market. In truth, I’m not so certain it’s even proper to name it an journey bike anymore. We’ve seen riders like Pol Tarres take the factor motocross racing, and even trials using. At this level, the T7 might be simply an overgrown, long-distance-capable filth bike.
Well, if there’s one factor I really like about filth bikes, it’s the truth that they’ll simply be transformed to supermotos. Interestingly, Haan, a Dutch wheel specialist, has launched a brand new wheelset designed to transform the Yamaha Ténéré 700 into an overgrown supermoto. Why, you could ask? Well, why not? Yamaha Ténéré 700 riders, just like how their XSR700 and MT-07-wielding siblings, appear to all the time wish to push the envelope in relation to the capabilities of this middleweight enduro ADV. Giving it supermoto proportions unlocks an entire new world of prospects.
Haan additionally sells aftermarket wheels in inventory sizing.
With the brand new 17-inch wire-spoke wheels, Haan has fitted Excel RK rims with bullet aluminum hubs. Koyo bearings make sure the wheels flip at their smoothest, whereas bolstered chrome steel spokes present much-needed rigidity and robustness, to maintain the bike able to tackling jumps and usually hooligan habits. Haan presents the wheels both in tubeless suitable or tubed-only variations.
Unsurprisingly, Hana’s wire-spoke wheels for the Ténéré 700 aren’t in any respect low-cost. They’ll set you again a hefty 2,233.91 Euros, or round $2,380 USD for the 17-inch setup to transform the T7 right into a supermoto. Haan additionally presents the wheels within the T7’s inventory sizing—21 inches up entrance and 18 inches on the again. They’re a bit cheaper at 2,101.90 Euros, or about $2,249. You can even decide to buy only a entrance wheel or only a rear wheel in both dimension possibility, too.