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2006 Low Mileage Yamaha TTR250 For Sale

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Rare opportunity to buy a Yamaha TTR250 trail bike that has had a frame up rebuild!

Reliable and economical 250cc four stroke with 6 gears- the perfect dual purpose commuter/trail bike.

First registered March 2006. MOT (full MOT – not a “daylight" one) until 14th May 2014 and taxed to end May 2014. The bike comes with a spare key and an owners handbook and comprehensive workshop manual on CD. 4,500 miles on the mph speedo.

  • Completely rebuilt starting with a powder coated frame.
  • New levers, Polisport wrap-around handguards and grips.
  • New MITAS C19 front and CO2 rear road-legal tyres.
  • New bashplate, disc guard and Works Connection frame guards.
  • New battery and new rear Motrax Microfairing indicators fitted.
  • Just had an oil and filter change, new front and rear brake discs and pads
  • New swing arm bearing and seals fitted
  • New Progrip fork gaiters
  • A new sprag clutch has been fitted - mainly as a precautionary measure.
  • The special "Totally TTRs" aluminium decompressor plug has been fitted
  • Dual start - electric AND kickstart
  • The TTR has a proper ignition switch (unlike many enduro bikes) plus steering and helmet lock
  • Full speedo and idiot light cluster with speedo in mph
  • Fully adjustable suspension front and rear to suit your riding style
  • Suitable for someone who has passed the A2 as less than 33 kW.
  • A lower seat option is available plus a further 2” can be lost with a lowering link

An excellent example of this sought-after bike. It starts and runs well.

All spares are readily available by mail order from somewhere like Fowlers or over the counter at your local Yamaha dealer. Very little changed other than cosmetics between 1993 and 2006 so there are no worries about getting the correct spare part as can be the case with Honda XR250s etc.

There is a good range of after-market accessories for the TTRs see http://www.totallyttrs.com/ . Lots of information on this very popular and sought after bike at www.ttr250.com

There is also a very active owners group here.

Very economical and will do a day's trail riding on a tank of petrol. Plus it has an "all-day" comfy seat unlike more enduro-based machines.

The TR250 is a perfect beginner's trail bike but also suitable for the more experienced rider who realises that it isn't necessary to have a big engine to enjoy themselves on Devon's technical lanes.

There are a few cheaper TTRs around but the choice is yours. This one is in very good order – you won’t be disappointed!

Excellent value at £2,450 

Bank transfer or cash on collection preferred please.

Contact Brian Sussex, email briansussex[@]hotmail.com (remove square brackets first) or phone 01392 875483



-- Edited by TTRfan on Friday 19th of July 2013 09:19:03 AM

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Beautiful, Brian.

With all the goodies on it's better than a new TTR, if they were still sold.

Drool, drool, dribble, dribble.

Martyn



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Very nice job, someone (with more money than me!) will get a great buy.

While i'm here....where did you get the tank stickers/decals from with the holes in? Thanks smile



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scotty72 wrote:

Very nice job, someone (with more money than me!) will get a great buy.

While i'm here....where did you get the tank stickers/decals from with the holes in? Thanks smile


Bike now sold to Steve of Watford!

I got the tank decals from Karl at D&D Graphics.

Cheers

Brian 



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Congratulations to Steve for grabbing the bike of the moment, well done. smile

Congratulations to you too Brian on another success - you could probably make a living from it if you got serious! biggrin

Martyn



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Thank you for your kind words Cubber.
I've been wanting to dip my toe into green laning for a while and having looked at all the options out there, the TTR just seemed the perfect bike for a novice like me.
And to have the opportunity to buy a stunning example from a true gent like Brian.........I know I'm a very lucky lad indeed.
My plan is to join the Herts TRF and enjoy another side of biking I've yet to experience.
I'm really am chuffed to bits to be part of the TTR family.
Steve.


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Welcome to the TTR forum, Steve.

I joined the local TRF branch in Devon when I moved here three years ago. wink

I had a Tiger Cub at the time - hence the moniker.

I then bought a TTR from Mr. TTR Brian and have enjoyed every mile on it ever since.

Enjoy your new TTR, the current fine weather, the TRF and enjoy Herts' trails also. biggrin

Martyn



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Thanks again for the welcome Martyn, it's much appreciated.

I intend to follow in your wheel tracks and enjoy every ride.

It's the start of something new for me and I would be daft not to make the most of this opportunity.

I've been road riding since I was 17 (now 44) and fancied a new challenge.

Clearly with the help of Brian's magic wand, the bike will be more than capable.

 If I can do it some justice in the future, then I'll be a happy bunny.

Thanks again,

Steve.



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