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2001 Yamaha TT-R225
2001 Yamaha TT-R225

– 2001 Yamaha TT-R225

2001 Yamaha TT-R225

Relax and have fun!

Smooth, torquey four-stroke power and low seat height make this the perfect casual off-road machine.

2001 Yamaha TT-R225 Features and Benefits

Electric Start


2001 Yamaha TT-R225 – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $2,999 USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

DIMENSIONS
Length 82.8″

Height 46.4″

Width 32.8″

Weight 259 LBS.

Ground Clearance 11.4″

Wheelbase 54″

Seat Height 34.2″

ENGINE
Engine 223cc, SOHC, Air Cooled, Four-Stroke

Displacement 223cc

Bore x Stroke 70 X 58mm

Compression Ratio 9.5:1

Carburetion 34mm Mikuni

Fuel Capacity 2.7 gallons

DRIVETRAIN
Transmission 6-Speed

Final Drive Chain

BRAKES/WHEELS/TIRES
Brakes Front: 220mm Disc
Rear: Drum

Tires Front: 80/100-21
Rear: 100/100-18

OPERATIONAL
Suspension Front: Telescopic Fork, 9″ of Travel
Rear: Single Shock, 7.6″ of Travel

OTHER
Colors
Team Yamaha Blue/White


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Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

  • 08-04-06, 11:41 AM#1

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    I know where I can get a 2004 TTR 225 for the asking price of $1800.

    Can anyone tell me anything about this bike?


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  • 08-04-06, 12:31 PM#3

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    4-stroke, air-cooled, tank of a bike with electric start. Not very svelte, but its simple & reliable. Not a bike to go very fast on (unless you weigh <80 lb). Although not a tall bike, its kinda girthy, so the short of inseam may have trouble getting their feet planted. Not a good bike for a small child, but fine for a smaller adult or teen to start out with.


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  • 08-04-06, 02:32 PM#5

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    Originally posted by ChR1s
    4-stroke, air-cooled, tank of a bike with electric start. Not very svelte, but its simple & reliable. Not a bike to go very fast on (unless you weigh <80 lb). Although not a tall bike, its kinda girthy, so the short of inseam may have trouble getting their feet planted. Not a good bike for a small child, but fine for a smaller adult or teen to start out with.

    Well I am about 200# and will be 36 this sunday...

    Maybe it is not the right bike, although I may be able to use it to teach the wife on.

    What do you guys think?

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  • 08-04-06, 08:29 PM#7

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    Offer the guy no more than trade value for the bike $1450. My wife had a 2002 ttr225 we had it up for sale for almost a year, ended up getting rid of it for less than trade value $900 just to get it out of the garage. We tried to trade it toward her street bike, the dealers didn't want it, said they were too hard to move off the floor.
    Tell him you know what the bike is worth and that no one else wants them. Worst case is he says no and calls you back a few days later with a counter offer.

    Its not that it isn't a good bike, it is, its a great woods bike, but by no means a good jumping or motocrosser. Easy to toos around by a full sized guy. But good for a beginner smaller rider

    The problem with it is that most kids want to graduate to a "fun bike" ie the motocrossers or the enduros, not a big klunky 225. So resale is limited to the older folk.


    The fact that its electric start is a huge help for the beginner but once you get used to it as an experienced rider , you probably won't want to go back to a kicker.


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  • 08-05-06, 09:24 PM#8

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    Originally posted by theothersean
    Offer the guy no more than trade value for the bike $1450. My wife had a 2002 ttr225 we had it up for sale for almost a year, ended up getting rid of it for less than trade value $900 just to get it out of the garage. We tried to trade it toward her street bike, the dealers didn't want it, said they were too hard to move off the floor.
    Tell him you know what the bike is worth and that no one else wants them. Worst case is he says no and calls you back a few days later with a counter offer.

    Its not that it isn't a good bike, it is, its a great woods bike, but by no means a good jumping or motocrosser. Easy to toos around by a full sized guy. But good for a beginner smaller rider

    The problem with it is that most kids want to graduate to a "fun bike" ie the motocrossers or the enduros, not a big klunky 225. So resale is limited to the older folk.


    The fact that its electric start is a huge help for the beginner but once you get used to it as an experienced rider , you probably won't want to go back to a kicker.

    Great advice here! Thanks. Do you know if I can get Motard tires for it and make it into a streetbike?

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  • 08-05-06, 10:21 PM#9

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    Originally posted by Doc
    Great advice here! Thanks. Do you know if I can get Motard tires for it and make it into a streetbike?
    I won't motard anything less than a 450 for street use, even then not as a daily driver.

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  • 08-06-06, 08:09 AM#10

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    Great advice here! Thanks. Do you know if I can get Motard tires for it and make it into a streetbike?




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    Yeh, anything smaller than a 400 for the street has issues getting out of its own way, it might be good in the tight woods or the city but just doesn't have the excelleration and top speed needed to deal with entering traffic and highway use.

    Plus if i remember the rear has drum brakes. kind of a pain to get that set up for motarding.

    As for street bike use, yamaha does make all the stuff you need for it, as they already have a dual sport model the xt225. But the $ you are going to spend to make the ttr into a dualsport, you are better off looking for a used dualsport to begin with like a suzuki drz400. The great deal you get up front on the ttr wil be spent in the long run trying to make it something it isn't.


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  • 08-15-06, 12:47 PM#11

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    My wife has one and loves it...

    That said, heed the advice above.

    Personally, I don't think it's a good bike for a guy, unless he's real small.

    And don't even think of Motarding it.


    It's good for a smaller guy to learn on... or a woman that will never really ride fast (such as my wife)

    They are bullet proof and easy to ride at a slow to medium pace.

    I actually prefer riding her bike through gnarly stuff at a slow pace because the suspension just absorbs everything while my bike "bounces" off stuff until you pick the speed up.

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  • 08-17-06, 11:06 AM#12

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    I have the dual sport version, street-legal XT225. It's a good, bulletproof bike but does have soft suspension (that can be improved upon). I am 5'8" and 175lbs (depending) and in the woods it is fine. The only time I wish I had more power is being able to wheelie over logs, but other than that, I don't see how you would use more power in tight single track. I would never take it on a MX track. Don't ask me why I know.

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  • 08-17-06, 08:56 PM#13

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    What specifically are you looking to do with it? I had one for a few years. If it's for your wife I can give more of info. Not sure how it is for a 200# man.


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  • 08-18-06, 03:42 PM#14

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    Not buying it. It was sold before I could get home.

    I bought the KLR300r instead.


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  • 08-18-06, 04:14 PM#15

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    Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    good choice!

    that always seemed like a nice bike


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  • 10-01-12, 02:05 PM#16

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    Re: Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    I have a 2002, and I liked it so much I bought another one, just because the guy sold it cheap. Now, my friend is buying my second one, and selling her Honda CRF150, because the TTR is so much more fun to ride, and easier to start. I also have a TTR 230, and I'm a diehard Yamaha girl. You just can't beat em. : )


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  • 10-01-12, 02:14 PM#17

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    Re: Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    Um... thread resurrections are usually reserved for bump Fridays...


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  • 10-03-12, 09:06 AM#18

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    Re: Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    QuoteOriginally Posted by KurlonView Post

    Um... thread resurrections are usually reserved for bump Fridays...

    sorry, didn't know you guys have rules here lol. Was just answering a question. ...............bye

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  • 10-03-12, 09:34 AM#19

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    Re: Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    QuoteOriginally Posted by Kizzy1963View Post

    sorry, didn't know you guys have rules here lol. Was just answering a question. ...............bye

    ...it was asked 6 years ago

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  • 10-03-12, 10:10 AM#20

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    Re: Does anyone know Yamaha TTR 225???

    wow...sean's answer actually hit it dead on...

    the ttr is really not a desirable bike...only good if it's really cheap!


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    Yamaha TTR225 Specification

     

    Yamaha TTR225 Specs

     Yamaha TTR225 Specification

    The Yamaha TT-R225 is a beginner bike produced by Yamaha from 1999 to 2004. The following year, after take a break from production of the TTR225, they replaced the model indubsted with the TTR230. TTR225s are known to be very reliable.

    The TTR225 is based on the nearly similar wheel of the XT 225 road and is the only difference: the lights, passenger hands, the smaller rear wheel and other road accessories are. Both bikes are equipped with an electric start.

    The names TT, TTR and XT have been used for offroad and dual-sport versions in different markets and at different times. On the other hand, the TTR has chrome steel wheels, steel engine protection and a lighter seat height than the XT, with thinner bodies and alloy components. 


    Yamaha TTR230 Specification
    ManufacturerYamaha Motor   Company
    Parent companyYamaha Corporation
    SuccessorYamaha TTR230
    ClassEnduro
    Engine223 cc   (13.6 cu in) SOHC, air-cooled, four-stroke, single
    Bore / stroke70 mm × 58 mm (2.8 in × 2.3 in)
    Compression ratio09.50.01
    Ignition typeCDI
    Transmission6-speed manual
    Frame typeSteel
    SuspensionFront: telescopic fork, 229 mm   (9.0 in) travel
    Rear: single shock, 193 mm (7.6 in)   travel
    BrakesFront:   220 mm (8.7 in) Single disc brake
    Rear: drum brake
    TiresFront: 80/100-21
    Rear: 100/100-18
    Wheelbase1,372 mm (54.0 in)
    Seat height869 mm (34.2 in)
    Weight117.5 kg   (259 lb) (dry)
    Fuel capacity10.21 L (2.25 imp gal;   2.70 U.S. Gal)
    Weight109.8 kg   (242 lb) (dry)
    116 kg (256 lb) (wet)
    Fuel capacity8 L (1.8 imp gal;   2.1 US gal)
    Oil capacity1.1 L (0.24 imp gal;   0.29 US gal)
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    225 yamaha review ttr

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    I am a novice trail rider and, for some time now, have been looking for a dirt bike that would accommodate my height, strength and riding abilities. At 5’3″, and with my experience level, most of the dirt bikes that I’ve ridden have been too tall, too heavy, or the powerband was too abrubt (or some combination thereof).

    Yamaha’s TT-R225 was a bike I looked forward to riding, because I felt that it would give me all the things I had been searching for in a dirt bike — with the added bonus of an electric start.

    I took the TT-R225 out for some trail riding, and had the following impressions. The electric start was great! I’ve been left behind on a few outings because I failed to get my bike kick started (they always come back for me, though), so pushing a button and having the bike come to life was a terrific addition to my riding experience. The bike was the perfect height for me. The TT-R225 carries its weight well (259 pounds dry weight). Past experience has taught me that the test of a bike’s weight is when I either crash and have to pick up the bike, or get into a precarious situation going up a hill or through a corner and get off balance. I didn’t have any crashes (or near crashes) while riding the TT-R225, so I didn’t put the bike to the “test”, but the balance and feel of the bike were good, and I immediately felt comfortable and in control on this bike. The brakes are very good — with a front disc brake for those needed “power” (or panic??) stops, you get the action you need when you need it. The suspension was comfortable and soaked up the bumps well.

    The powerband is smooth and unintimidating. Although I had a lot of fun riding this bike, I feel the “need for speed” that comes with more riding experience might not be accommodated without making some modifications (less restrictive pipe, airbox and revised jetting). We did make some minor adjustments to the bike (taking the baffle out of the bike and removing the airbox cover, and then putting the baffle back in and leaving the airbox cover off), which did give the bike a bit of a power boost.

    Is the mellow power output of the TT-R225 a negative? No, not for the market Yamaha is targeting with this bike. The TT-R225 has a smooth and even power delivery that gives a beginner or casual rider a lot of confidence to get out and mix it up with his or her family and friends who are riding bigger and faster bikes. This is not the bike, however, for the beginner rider who wants, or expects, to quickly progress to faster, more aggressive trail riding.

    In my opinion, the TT-R225 is a good, all-around trail bike which gives new or casual riders the tool to develop the confidence and skills needed to get into the sport of motorcycling.

    The MSRP is $2,999. Here is a link to the Yamaha site and the specifications for the TT-R225.

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