Yamaha to launch Worldcrosser

Published: 10:31AM Feb 17th, 2012
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THE new XT1200Z Worldcrosser, first seen as a concept bike at the NEC Motorcycle Live show back in 2010, will be launched in March this year.

Yamaha to launch Worldcrosser

A limited edition model with traction control, ABS, linked brakes and shaft drive (the same as on the current XT1200Z Super Ténéré), also gets lightweight carbon goodies that include side panels, fork protectors and frame guards, plus a black anodised alloy bash plate, drive shaft shield and rear brake protector.

The Worldcrosser comes in either black speed block with yellow/gold or red speed block and will cost £12,999 – contact your local Yamaha dealer for more information.

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