All New Yamaha YZF-R9 New Superbike hope to launch this year At an affordable price!

After the launch of the All New Yamaha YZF-R7, a full-fledged sports motorcycle in a new class from the camp.

It’s been rumoured for a long time now that Yamaha was working on a triple-cylinder engined faired sports bike.

The filing of type approval papers in Europe indicates that it might appear sooner rather than later.

At the end of 2021, it seemed as if Yamaha was about to have a quiet 2022 in terms of new models.

There were updates, certainly, but not much of anything else.

European type-approval documents filed by Yamaha show two models that aren’t yet on the books.

The code names RN82 and RN83 don’t, on the surface, give much away but delve into Yamaha naming protocol and a clearer picture emerges.

The letter ’R’ denotes a street model - cruisers have the letter ’V’ and adventure bikes a ’D’.

The letter ’N’ means an engine capacity of between 750cc and 1000cc (’M’ is 600cc to 750cc and ’P’ is over 1000cc).