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    Eddieb
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    • Location: Hamilton, New Zealand
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    Battle of the Middleweights*

    With the new Yamaha Tenere 700 and KTM 790 Adventure having just been released, how do they stack up against each other, and against the existing bikes from Triumph, Honda, and BMW?

    * Middleweight is the common but technically incorrect term referring to bikes in the ‘middle’ of common engine capacity sizes, with motorcycles over 1000cc being Heavyweights, and motorcycles 650cc and under, usually single cylinder, being Lightweights. In reality there is often not a significant difference between the weight of middleweight and heavyweight bikes.

    www.
    AdventureRidingNZ
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    BMW F850GS BMW F850GS Adventure Honda CB500X KTM 790 Adventure KTM 790 Adventure R Triumph 800 XC Yamaha Tenere 700 T7
    CC: 853 853 500 800 800   700
    Power (HP) : 95 95 46 95 95 94 72
    Torque (NM) : 92 92   88 88 79 68
    Wet Weight (KG) : 229 244 195 209* 209* 215 205
    Power to Weight
    KG/HP=
    0.4148 0.3893 0.2358 0.4545 0.4545 0.4372 0.35
    Seat height (CM) : 860   810 830 880 845 878
    Ground Clearance (CM) :       233 263   239
    Tank Capacity (Litres) : 15 23 17 20 20 19 16
    Front wheel Size : 21 21 19 21 21 21 21
    Rear Wheel Size : 17 17 17 18 18 17 17
    Number of Engine Cylinders : 2 2 2 2 2 3 2
                   
    * KTM 790 Wet Weight is guesstimated based on a dry weight of 189kg, plus 20 litres of fuel at .74kg/l, plus 4 litres of engine oil, plus fork oil and water
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