Yamaha Neo’s – Take Back Your City
How best do we introduce the idea behind the Yamaha Neo’s? Does anyone remember Cathal and the lads from Fatima Mansions? If not then maybe you should ask your Da about one of the best things to come out of Cork back in the 1980s. They had an epic piece of angry rock called ‘Only Losers Take The Bus’. While we’d never disparage those who use public transport we are delighted to offer another, much better, option.
The good people at Yamaha are making a huge range of scooters from the premium T Max all the way back to the wonderful Yamaha Neo’s. When it comes to getting off public transport in your city, the Neo’s is your ticket out of mass transit! For many of us a 50cc machine offered us our first chance at freedom too!
Yamaha Neo’s – Getting Around
The new Yamaha Neo’s is now powered by an environmentally friendly four stoke engine. This is light years ahead of the old two bangers that were commonplace in our cities twenty years ago. These days they can be ridden on an easily earned AM licence which requires a lot less training time.
One of the most significant costs of living in a city is the cost, in terms of time, of getting around. The new Neo’s gives the commuter back that time and in extra hours per week rather than minutes the pay back is huge. The machine has a lot going for it. It’s as easy on the eye as it is on your wallet in terms of running costs and design. With a weight of just 95 kilos the bike has a narrow enough profile to cut through the city traffic in an unhurried but very efficient manner.
Yamaha Neo’s – Impressive
It comes with an impressive specification. This includes alloy wheels, a pair of twin headlights as well as a blue backlit LCD instrument panel. Thanks to there being plenty of storage under the dual seat, the rider can leave a helmet and gloves with the bike when they park up.
An EU4-compliant, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled 50 cc engine powers the whole affair. As well as offering excellent economy and lower emissions the bike is also very quiet. It has more than enough power and space to carry two people in comfort. Where safety is concerned the optional ‘Unified Braking System’ offers added control.