Yamaha Motor Australia have just released a video with world endurance racer and avid scooter enthusiast Gareth Jones. Gareth walked us through Yamahas Leaning Multi-Wheel (LMW) scooter, the Yamaha TriCity 155, check out the video below to find out more!

The user-friendly LMW layout of the learner approved TriCity 155 has been designed to meet the needs of new riders. Yamaha say that the additional safety features such as unified ABS braking with dual 220mm front disc and 230mm rear disc brakes deliver excellent stopping performance, making it confidence-inspiring for inexperienced riders.


Check out our review on Yamaha’s larger LMW, the TriCity 300…


Zane tested the bigger Yamaha TriCity 300 earlier this year…

The TriCity’s level of performance is also well suited to experienced riders looking for a convenient urban commuter. The Blue Core 155cc four-stroke engine features Yamaha’s advanced Variable Valve Actuation system (VVA) delivering strong acceleration and the ability to cruise at highway speeds.

The TriCity 155 has been created with new riders in mind, with the extra front wheel adding stability.

The long list of convenient features includes underseat storage space for a full-face helmet, 7.2 litre fuel tank, 12V charging socket located in the front pocket, and a parking brake.


Check out our TriCity 155 review here…


We tested the TriCity 155 back in 2018…

The European-influenced styling has an LED headlight complementing the LED position lamp to give a sophisticated look. Yamaha say that as well as looking good, the 14-inch front wheels and 13-inch rear wheel deliver stability and traction on various road surfaces.

There are plenty of safety and storage features to accomodate a wide range of riders including a CVT transmission.

Check out the full list of features and specifications of the TriCity 155 by heading to the Yamaha webpage here.


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