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The New Generation Street-Legal 2020 Yamaha Ténéré 700 Rally Edition Motorcycle

The original Yamaha Ténéré was developed in 1983, it was inspired by Yamaha XT, which won first Dakar Rally in ’79 and ’80. Ténéré became an iconic adventure bike that changed the world of motorcycling. Now, 40 years later, Yamaha Ténéré 700 has been developed to capture the imagination of a new generation of riders. […]

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