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Written on: 06/05/2013
I got his bike after my 225 serow was stolen,these bikes are hard to come by and when you have ridden one you can see why. I have had the bike for 3.years and apart from flat batteries which is my fault it has not missed a beat.It now has road biased tyres but is still capable over trails.it is well built reliable and looks the part.Getting accessories can be difficult non of the 225 parts will fit. I don' t understand why they are not dealer imported they would sell by the bucket load… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2011
before i start with the good/bad points i would just like to say my serow 250 has never let me down. when walna scar first opened up again i did it with 1x beta 450, 2x drz 400 s+e, 1x serow 225 and me on my 250 serow. in thick fog it was the 250 serow that conquered the mountain first with the 225 about 5 mins behind. the other more powerfull bikes couldn't do what the serows could do. any one who rode walna scar when it was reopened knows its a doolally of a trail especially in thick fog!… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2009
The Yamaha Serow 250 is a great all round trail bike that is great fun to ride
better than expected… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/01/2009 by brian barry johnston (1 review written)
Great bike now I've got it sorted looking forward to some better weather I have anew 2008 model from fastline superbikes… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/03/2007 by Bradley Stoker (1 review written)
I was told the Yamaha Serow 225 was the best trail bike in the world, and the 250 seems to live up to the reputation.
Bought as a grey import from Riders of Yeovil, with 3000km on the clock, it has yet to miss a beat. It starts first touch of the button, and once warm it ticks over like a sewing machine. Only five gears this time, but the 250 engine does have more low down grunt than the 225, so Mr Yamaha "lost" sixth gear. I am looking forward to a long relationship with this bike… Read Full Review