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2014 Yamaha Bolt, Great Bike! A new trend is emerging in the motorcycle world, with a "back to basics" approach. Designers and custom builders are stepping back to a time when the mechanical beauty of a motorcycle was highlighted in its styling. Introducing Bolt. Old school. New thinking. Minimalist style. Modern performance. From its slim, comact bobber-style design to its raw metal look and feel, it's everything you need. And nothing you don't. The Bot's simple styling, compact layout, V-Twin power and natural riding position combine to offer an incredibly fun riding experience. Featuring the fuel injected, 4-valve, V-Star 950 engine, the Bolt utilizes an all new "less is more" design. Simple and compact, with a low seat height, the Bolt offers light agile handling that instills rider confidence. A new breed of "crossover", the Bolt is an interesting blend of cruiser features in a chassis that offers a more natural, upright riding position than a traditional cruiser. A "raw metal" theme highlights the engine styling, while the teardrop tank and limited bodywork showcase the Bolt's simple mechanical beauty. Its torquey engine character and easy "ride ability" will keep you grinning long after the ride has ended. The all-new Bolt; back to basics with forward technology for quick acceleration and maneuvering through the urban maze.
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With mounting inventories coupled with a drop in demand, Yamaha will be cutting its motorcycle production in Japan by 24 percent this year or to about 260,000 total units; one newspaper reported this would be a 40-year low for the manufacture. Yamaha plans to cut production for motorcycles and other products by 30 percent in the Americas, 20 percent in Europe but will maintain production levels in Asia where demand has not dropped off. The company is forecasting its group sales to fall 22 percent with an operating loss of about $300 million.
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