• Q. Is Yamaha R15 V3 suitable for long rides?

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    Kiran | 2 months ago

    Short answer is no but it depends if you are riding in highways and taking rest or breaks in between you can do long rides or else it is extremely uncomfortable to ride due to its riding position and if you still wish to do long rides on it then try changing its handlebars to get a more upright position .you can change it from authorised service centres

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    Selva | 1 month ago

    If you can ride sports bike for over 200 or 150 Kms .. you can go for it.... it offers a great quality and liquid cooled system makes it much more better for long rides and fuel injection system makes it better than other sports bike like pulsars

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    Rahul | 2 weeks ago

    No it isn't suitable for long rides. It's made for race and so is very aggressive in terms of sitting. Cornering is bery good and with slipper clutch you have less chance of getting your wheels locked under lower rpm.

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    Joshy | 5 days ago

    It can be used but is inappropriate it has race gene .its like telling vitendet sehwag to bat for 2 days don't go for big hits and 50 runs is enough! Thanks.

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    Sabari | 1 year ago

    Depends on the posture you are riding. If you ride with legs tucked in and head guarded by windshield, you can ride for long. If you are putting your body weight on your hands and leave the wind blast to hit you, you cannot ride for long.

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    Col | 8 months ago

    The machine causes more of trouble in city riding with a con of engine heating issues . the v3 is much more suitable for highway rides as such causes no issue in comfort or any sorts of aches .

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    Vaghela | 2 months ago

    Yes but you should have a good sense of how to sit while cruising and how to maintain sitting posture

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    James | 1 month ago

    Yes, im already 50years old, just do not put your weight on your hand, practice and you will know

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    Akash | 3 weeks ago

    Not for more than 60 to 70 Kms. Also depends upon your physical fitness.

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    Libin | 1 month ago

    Yes that's all depending on our own mind bro drop the gear and go

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