30 years the Yamaha TZ has been involved
in the history and tradition of GP Road
Racing, taking advantage of feedback and
knowledge gained through the factory race
programs. This evolution continues, building
the glory of the TZ line.
The TZ250 was the championship machine in
the 2001 All Japan Championships, and in
the 2002 All Japan series it swept the top
four places in each of the first five rounds
of the season. This kind of consistent competitiveness
has won the TZ250 the trust of riders in
the Japanese market.
The 2003 model TZ250
adopts various technologies from the MotoGP
factory machine YZR250 in the form of numerous
spec changes in the engine and chassis to
achieve an extremely high level of competitiveness.
The competitive potential it achieves makes
this model worthy of being called a YZR250