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Old 10-16-2015, 09:11 AM   #1
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AIMExpo 2015 News: Yamaha Unveils the DT-07 Dirt Tracker Concept

Yamaha Motor USA surprised us at the 2015 AIMExpo show by pulling the cover off of the FZ-07-powered dirt-tracker concept bike called simply DT-07. Add all the street-legal equipment and this will surely be a best seller. Yamaha’s Bob Starr gives us the lowdown on this trick tracker.


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