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|12-17-2015, 06:30 PM||#1|
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More Photos of the 2016 Yamaha YZF-R1
Yamaha has made some small tweaks to the graphics on its 2016 R1, and just recently hauled one of those bikes up to Willows, California, for a photo shoot at one of the more scenic racetracks on the West Coast—Thunderhill Raceway Park.
Below are some of our favorite shots from the shoot. Scroll down to check them all out.
Also, as you do, try and see if you can't spot all of the differences between last year's Team Yamaha Blue/Matte Silver graphics and this year's. We spotted at least three changes, but loyal R1 owners might spot more.
As an added bonus, Yamaha also drug its 60th Anniversary Yellow R1 models up at Thunderhill, and let Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha riders Josh Hayes and Cameron Beaubier spin some laps for photos.
Hit "Next" on the gallery below to check out more photos of that bike as well.
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