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Old 11-17-2015, 03:50 PM   #1
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Image Gallery: 2016 Yamaha MT-03 and MT-10

Yamaha has introduced two new additions to its European MT line of naked sportbikes, the MT-10 and MT-03. That's the good news. The bad news is that US consumers probably won't be able to get their hands on either bike. At least not yet.

As expected, the MT-10 is based on the company's latest YZF-R1, while the MT-03 is based on the YZF-R3; both bikes feature minimal bodywork and upright riding positions. The unfortunate truth is, again, that the two bikes were introduced at EICMA as Europe-only models, and Yamaha Motor USA has indicated the bikes will not be available in the US.

Assuming you like a tease, scroll through the gallery above to see more images of both bikes along with some additional details.




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