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▷▷ 2021 ▷ What was John Wick 3’s motorcycle?

5 julio, 2021

The “John Wick” franchise gave motorcycle enthusiasts a lot to think about. The chase scene on the bridge was one of the most notable parts of the film. The cool motorcycle that Wick was riding seemed to have some nifty moves and looked like something you’d expect to find in the future. Those who know Keanu Reeves’ background understand that when it comes to motorcycles, he is an expert. He developed his own line called Arch bikes and knows a bit about bikes. In case you’re wondering what kind of motorcycle you rode in “John Wick 3,” here’s everything there is to know about it.

What is the motorcycle that Keanu Reeves rode in John Wick?

According to Screenrant, the motorcycle is a Yamaha MT-09. Yes, it is a bike that is actually in production. This bike was chosen for its sleepy presence and avid aesthetic that idyllically fits the tone of the scenes in which it is seen. The cost of the 2014 version that was merged at the time of filming was only $ 8,999. It is not an expensive bike compared to previous motorcycles that Reeves has used in action movies like Ducattti or Triumph, but it is a perfect model for the John Wick character.

What is the Yamaha MT-09?

According to ST2, the Yamaha MT-09 is an impressive machine that can be a bit over the top for a street bike. The MT in the description is short for Masters of Torque, which is a descriptive term that tells you that this bike is capable of massive acceleration. This is enough of an introduction to make it the best-selling model, but it’s just the beginning. Yamaha was not satisfied with the first version and embraced the idea of ​​taking an exceptional motorcycle and making it even better. They chose the MT 09 for the model that would hit the sweet spot with its midsize size between the MT10 and the MT7 for riders who wanted an intermediate bike that was neither too big nor too small. They took significant improvements well done.

Improvements to the Yamaha MT 09

Yamaha listened to complaints about older versions of the MT to address all consumer concerns. They started with the suspension. Some commented that it was too loose for the high speeds the bike was capable of. Concerns about forward thrusts when hitting a pothole revealed that there were suspension changes that needed to be made. The suspension has been modified to offer an improved and fully adjustable suspension thanks to the rider’s feedback. The aesthetics were demonstrated with the addition of Quad LED headlights and taillights that enhance the level and range of illumination for greater safety in total darkness. The LED taillights with improved brightness made the bike more visible for night riding around the city.

The super fast and torquey motorcycle evolved as one of the most powerful bikes in the MT line. The slipper clutch rounded out the profile of seasoned riders with a penchant for cornering at an aggressive pace while still looking good in the process. The smooth downshifts and smooth transitions made it fun and exciting both on the road and in town. The Yamaha MT 09 featured a revolutionary new smart brake module known as SBM for short. This gave the MT 09 the ability to detect any decrease in speed, whether slowing down or using the brake is the cause of the slowdown. the SBM turns on the brake light when it detects a decrease in speed, even if it is not touching the brakes. It is commonly used on a variety of later model bikes in conjunction with street ready cafe racers.

Yamaha MT 09 Specifications

The MT 09 featured a totally driver-centric design. It offered a comfortable driving experience, whether you were taking it easy when taking an aggressive position in curves or straights. The MT 09 achieved significantly less in terms of fuel economy, but that was not a concern for most consumers who would take 44 mpg out of 58 for the comfort and high performance of the intermediate model. The bike was powered by a liquid-cooled, 847cc, 4-stroke, in-line 3-cylinder, 12-valve ODHC engine, fuel-injected via YCC-T technology with a constant mesh transmission, chain drive. , to get started. The suspension consisted of a telescopic fork at the front with a swingarm suspension at the rear. The front brake was a single 235mm disc with a 2x 298mm disc at the rear. The height of the …

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