YAMAHA R7 (2022) Review | R7 Engine Sound | We Test The Latest New-Breed Sports Bike | Visordown.com


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YAMAHA R7 (2022) Review | R7 Engine Sound | We Test The Latest New-Breed Sports Bike | Visordown.com



YAMAHA R7 (2022) Review | R7 Engine Sound | We Test The Latest New-Breed Sports Bike | Visordown.com
The new 2022 #Yamaha #R7 has officially landed and to find out how this new-breed of sports bike handles, we sent Toad off to Almeria to try the bike on the road and the track.
With the engine out of the all conquering MT-07, the new Yamaha R7 features a heavily revised frame, suspension, and R series bodywork.
Here’s what we learned about the new bike.
#yamahar7

Yamaha R7 (0:00)
Yamaha R7 engine sound (0:54)
Yamaha R7 Engine (2:15)
Yamaha R7 Frame (4:29)
Yamaha R7 Suspension (5:05)
Yamaha R7 Comfort (5:37)
We Like (7:05)
We Don’t Like (5:58)
Yamaha R7 Verdict (8:33)

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  1. Love the new design of the R7. The R15 V4/ R15m also has the same design as the R7 looks like as well. R7 is a nice bike to ride, worth to buy it.

  2. “No shit, Sherlock”?! … Classy … Their main point is, the nomenclature is inappropriate … MT-07R, or almost anything else you could imagine, would have been more appropriate/informative and less misleading …

  3. Hi Toad. Very nice vid. Can you inform us about ease of maintenance on your reviews such as access to oil filter and drain plug, is fairing removal easy etc.

  4. The all-new R7 … as uncomfortable as the old one, with a fraction of the power … !! And just £500 extra for Bold New Graphics, that actually look good … !! For the beginner who can’t wait to blow their money on a brand new, stepping-stone bike … !!”

  5. It wont sell in the UK I'm afraid
    Sure, there will some devotees and lots of people will say it's a real world sports bike and all that old cobblers…but they wont buy it
    When it comes down to it, sports bike are emulations of race bikes and glamourous race bikes at that
    I mean who follows the 650 twins racing that goes on at outback circuits like Angelsey and so forth – Dave & Iris and their dog Stan that's who, with their flasks and cheese sandwiches
    It's a shame as it does seem to be a nice bike but, no cigar I'm afraid

  6. The target demographic for this bike mostly don’t know or care about the original R7. Nameplates get recycled often in the automotive industry and the older generations cry fowl while the new generations are unaffected.

  7. I have a 2016 MT-07 still and did have a reservation for a Blue R7 which I cancelled as I ended up getting the Toyota GR Yaris Circuit Pack.

    Now with the new R7 60th Anniversary edition livery it's tempting to try and get a hold of one.

    R7 is an awesome looking machine with real world power which can be fully used everyday.

  8. The bike itself looks fine , the engine however meh , got a 20 yr old 125 yes a Yamaha tzr 125 r 4dl that is only 17 mph slower so if your in Lincolnshire and a 125 blasts past you on the twisties one sunday afternoon you'll be a bit miffed if you buy one of those new R7's and can't keep up with a pocket rocket from the late 90's , I myself would opt for something else say a street Triple

  9. The comfort of a hypersport race bike and half the power of most of the competition? So, it’s frustrating on track with other similarly sized bikes and it’s miserable around town. Fun combination!

    If the bike isn’t designed to be ridden at the limit … maybe it doesn’t need industry leasing discomfort any time you’re perched on it.

    Does sound like an R1, or the R6 formula. The R3 is still a powerhouse for engines of that size and the comfort is more present for every day stuff.

    The R7 shouldn’t have an R badge. If they named it something else it wild to be collated as directly to other R bikes.

  10. So they gave it the R name because the name is important. But, they don’t want it compared to the smaller and SIGNIFICANTLY better and more powerful R6 or any of the other supersport 600cc bikes ….

    Good luck with that.

    This will be eaten by any older R6, CBR600 or Ninja 600. And with those you get the performance to go with the rider discomfort.