Yamaha Motor Australia has added an all-new heritage-inspired colour scheme for its XSR900 naked bike. 

Known as Dynamic White, the design takes inspiration from the 1960s racing era. Specifically, Bill Ivy’s 125cc world championship winning two smoker.

Yamaha is not offering any other updates for the 2020 model year, and as such, pricing remains unchanged from $14,849 rideaway.

The 2020 Yamaha XSR900 in Dynamic White.

As before, the XSR900 features an 847cc triple, which offers three levels of traction control, selectable rider modes and an assist and slipper clutch.

The XSR900 is based on the brand’s MT-09 naked sportsbike, but instead offers retro features like an aluminium tank cover, front and rear aluminium fenders, a stitched seat, circular instrument clock, circular tail light and retro-style headlight with an aluminium stay.

For suspension, the bike utilises a 41mm fork which is adjustable for compression and rebound, while a preload and rebound adjustable monoshock is featured at the rear.

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