Can you ride the Yamaha Tracer 700 on an A2 licence?
Yes, you can ride the Yamaha Tracer 700 (2016 - 2019) on an A2 motorbike licence. However, you will need to fit a restrictor kit to reduce its power output and make it A2 licence compliant!
Yamaha Tracer 700 (2016 - 2019)
Some may say that the Yamaha Tracer 700 is just an MT-07 with a fairing and windshield. In fact, that statement cannot be more further from the truth. Because, the ergonomics are completely different and the Tracer feels like a much bigger bike compared to the MT-07.
The riding position is high, roomy and comfortable. The bike is lightweight and easy to handle, which are both very important attributes of a good sport-touring bike. On top of that, you will get the famous MT-07’s parallel twin engine that is smooth and reliable.
So, if you are looking for a well-balanced a2 friendly sport touring bike that offers a great value for money, you can’t go wrong with the Yamaha Tracer 700.
A2 Licence Compliance
The Yamaha Tracer 700 is a 689cc A2-friendly sport touring bike. It has a power output of 55 kW (74 bhp), which exceeds the 35 kW (47 bhp) limit needed for an A2 licence. The bike has to be restricted by at least 36.3% to become A2 licence compliant.
You will need a restrictor to ride the Yamaha Tracer 700 on an A2 motorbike licence. See the restrictor kits section to check out what restrictors are available for the Yamaha Tracer 700.
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