Yamaha Tricity Bike Overview
The three-wheeled Yamaha Tricity was introduced in 2014 and later updated in 2017. This Yamaha is powered by a 125cc engine which produces 12bhp and a maximum torque of 7,250rpm.
A three-wheeled scooter may be the preferred option for new riders finding their feet on the road, with easier balance and control thanks to the help of the extra wheel. This is not what you are looking for if speed and power is your thing, though it is considered perfect as your first step into riding and learning the rules of the road.
Handy features include a large storage compartment under the seat, as well as modern LED front lights and a unified braking system.
In a very niche market, the Yamaha Tricity is considered very light for a three-wheeler, weighing in at 164kg (wet).
Thanks to the three wheels the Tricity is always going to attract attention, though you do get a choice of colours to add to the unique appearance, black, grey, white and red being the options.
Yamaha Tricity Bike Spec
- Seat height780mm
- Weight (wet)164kg
- EngineEuro 4 compliant liquid cooled, single cylinder four stroke engine
- Top speed65mph
- Average fuel consumption80mpg
Yamaha Tricity Bike Insurance
90 mpg and sticks to the road like glue.
Slightly bigger store for helmet, my full face will not fit and better brakes (only because of the road I drive)
For a 125 moped on rural roads it is very comfortable
Never failed me.
Breaks are OK could be better on the very steep hills I ride.
It sticks to the road like glue even it the wet.
Ideal for running around on country roads and minor "A" roads.
90 mpg, £90 to tax and £120 to insure fully comp no pillion. One MOT with no extra costs.