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Yamaha’s 2020 XSR900 blends sportbike tech and performance with retro styling.
Yamaha’s 2020 XSR900 blends sportbike tech and performance with retro styling. (Yamaha/)The heart of the XSR900 is its 847cc inline-triple powerplant derived from the FZ-09.
The heart of the XSR900 is its 847cc inline-triple powerplant derived from the FZ-09. (Yamaha/)Yamaha D-Mode provides three preset, user-selectable throttle modes so riders can tailor their riding based on skill and road conditions.
Yamaha D-Mode provides three preset, user-selectable throttle modes so riders can tailor their riding based on skill and road conditions. (Yamaha/)The XSR900’s 56.7-inch wheelbase and sporty rake and trail figures should make for a spirited-riding motorcycle.
The XSR900’s 56.7-inch wheelbase and sporty rake and trail figures should make for a spirited-riding motorcycle. (Yamaha/)A 41mm inverted front end leads the way with 5.4 inches of travel and both preload and rebound adjustability.
A 41mm inverted front end leads the way with 5.4 inches of travel and both preload and rebound adjustability. (Yamaha/)Three traction control modes help keep the XSR900 hooked up, though one of the modes is simply “Off.”
Three traction control modes help keep the XSR900 hooked up, though one of the modes is simply “Off.” (Yamaha/)A gear-driven counterbalancer on the front of the motor keeps the vibrations down and the comfort factor up.
A gear-driven counterbalancer on the front of the motor keeps the vibrations down and the comfort factor up. (Yamaha/)That classic round Yamaha taillight is all LED.
That classic round Yamaha taillight is all LED. (Yamaha/)The round headlight with aluminum ears sports the classic look of an old XS-series Yamaha.
The round headlight with aluminum ears sports the classic look of an old XS-series Yamaha. (Yamaha/)A six-speed transmission, assist-and-slipper clutch, and chain drive the lightweight aluminum 10-spoke rear wheel.
A six-speed transmission, assist-and-slipper clutch, and chain drive the lightweight aluminum 10-spoke rear wheel. (Yamaha/)Rear suspension comes by way of a monoshock with 5.1 inches of travel. A bonus over the XR700: The 900’s rear shock features both preload and rebound adjustability.
Rear suspension comes by way of a monoshock with 5.1 inches of travel. A bonus over the XR700: The 900’s rear shock features both preload and rebound adjustability. (Yamaha/)That Radical White/Rapid Red paint scheme is new for 2020 and graces both the XSR900 and XSR700 models.
That Radical White/Rapid Red paint scheme is new for 2020 and graces both the XSR900 and XSR700 models. (Yamaha/)The all-digital LCD gauge has all the usual features plus rider mode and fuel consumption information.
The all-digital LCD gauge has all the usual features plus rider mode and fuel consumption information. (Yamaha/)A pair of 298mm brake discs and four-piston calipers provide stopping power up front. ABS is standard on both XSR900 and XSR700 models.
A pair of 298mm brake discs and four-piston calipers provide stopping power up front. ABS is standard on both XSR900 and XSR700 models. (Yamaha/)

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