XT1200ZE Super Tenere

XT1200ZE Super Tenere

Super Ténéré’s rugged chassis and powerful twin-cylinder engine make it an ideal all-rounder that can handle everything from sport touring through to long distance riding and even daily commuting.

In addition to the standard model Super Ten, Yamaha is pleased to introduce the sophisticated new XT1200ZE Super Ténéré. This model offers greater choice to riders who are looking for the ultimate long-distance Yamaha adventure bike with all-new electronically adjustable suspension.

The XT1200ZE Super Ténéré also benefits from a long list of upgrades to both the engine and chassis in order to refine its riding character and increase its sportiness and comfort levels.  Uprated engine characteristics have been achieved by making a number of changes to the engine resulting in a smoother and better engine character, and also provide an extra 2bhp.  The quality of the transmission has also been enhanced with the adoption of a new rubber shock absorber in the clutch assembly, and the shaft drive system is equipped with an improved damper design in the engine housing.

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Lithgow Bike Stop

219 Main Street
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

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Telephone: (02) 6352 2688
Facsimile: (02) 6352 2289
Email: bikestop@westnet.com.au

Trading Hours

Monday to Friday : 9.00am - 5.00pm
Saturday : 9.00am - 1.00pm
Sunday : Closed

(02) 6352 2688

About Us

Dave purchased Lithgow Bike Stop in June 1992 and two years later Jamie joined the business and completed his motorcycle mechanical apprenticeship. In 1998 Dave and Jamie formed the partnership that exists to this day.

The brothers have always shared a love of motorcycling and have competed at various levels. Lithgow Bike Stop has also supported numerous local riders, assisting with the building and servicing of many winning teams. The respect for both brothers is widely known within the industry and both have assisted Yamaha Australia and Kawasaki Motors with technical advice.