Yamaha has updated its middleweight line-up with the introduction of the new 2017 SCR950 Scrambler.
The SCR950 comes with a retro-racing side number plates, fork boots, and bold colour accents which resemble the styling of a 70's Yamaha scrambler
The SCR resembles a classic scrambler style with spoke wheels, trail tyres, and a colour scheme paint that's based on Yamaha's iconic XT 500 Enduro.
The bike is equipped with a new, classic-looking bench seat resting on the subframe. The circular taillight and bullet-shaped turn signals are bolted on to the fender.
Yamaha has also provided a higher handlebar which will provide an upright and relaxed riding position.
The SCR will also get retuned suspension and block pattern tyres, which should account for an ideal balance between handling, grip, and durability.
Powering the SCR 950 will be a 942cc air-cooled V-twin engine, and it comes mated to a five-speed gearbox. Yamaha has chosen to use a belt-drive mechanism to send the power to the rear wheel on the SCR 950.