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I really do hope the R3 is available in North America

Has anyone heard ANYTHING about this being possible?
 

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It should since they register the trademark for the US of YZF-R3 and R3.
 

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Palm Springs Motorsports had their grand opening their last Saturday. During that, they unveiled the R3. Although they don't have it in stock, other then the bike Yamaha loaned them, still sold likely the first R3 in the same day and already taking orders. I got to sit on the bike, and I am stoked to see it later.
 

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Palm Springs Motorsports had their grand opening their last Saturday. During that, they unveiled the R3. Although they don't have it in stock, other then the bike Yamaha loaned them, still sold likely the first R3 in the same day and already taking orders. I got to sit on the bike, and I am stoked to see it later.

Cali always get all the fun lol.
 

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Palm Springs Motorsports had their grand opening their last Saturday. During that, they unveiled the R3. Although they don't have it in stock, other then the bike Yamaha loaned them, still sold likely the first R3 in the same day and already taking orders. I got to sit on the bike, and I am stoked to see it later.
how did you find the ergonomics on it? I know its a brief and early sit but anything is better than nothing :D;)
 

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how did you find the ergonomics on it? I know its a brief and early sit but anything is better than nothing :D;)
I liked what I saw. The tank seemed shaped nice. I suspect it will be comfortable while riding. Handlebars seemed appropriately spaced as well. Pegs were in a good spot. Bike feels sporty from sitting on it. Can't wait to ride it. Guessing i will break it in fairly fast.
 
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