Excite Motorsports

LAMS – Picking the right bike.

Are you or someone you know interested in getting their bike licence?

Here at Yamaha Excite Motorsports we can help you find the right bike for you!

We have scooters that are light, nimble and easy to manage, with automatic transmissions, meaning there’s no clutch and no gears to manage.
We have LAMS approved Sports bikes that are built for fun and many can’t go past their racy looks!
If you are a taller rider Naked bikes such as the MT-07LA or MT-03 might be more suited for you!
Or if you are looking if you’re looking for an Adventure with a bike that’s a good off road and on road you might come in and see our options such as the new cult classic XT250
Looking for a more laid back approach? No worries! We have the new Virago XV250 or larger  V Star XVS650A

View our LAMS Approved Models

Whatever you are looking for we can help, come down and have a chat or call us on 02 4722 6222.
Consider coming down and sitting on the bikes to choose what is best for your size and riding style.
It’s also a good chance to ask how expert staff on what might suit you best.

Some info about motorcycle types:

Sportsbikes:
The good: Sports bikes are built to be light.
The not so good for new riders: Tallish seats and fairings which are easily damaged in the case of dropping bike or the bike tipping over can be expensive.

YZF-R3

Cruisers:
The good: Low seat height, little bodywork in the case of dropping bike or the bike tipping over. Good low speed torque making easier to ride at slower speeds.
The not so good for new riders: Weight – They can be heavy and can be handling awkward for some people.

XVS-650A

Standard/Naked:
The good: Comfortable riding position, little bodywork in the case of dropping bike or the bike tipping over.
The not so good for new riders: Little to no wind & weather protection unless added.

MT-07LA

Scooters:
The good: Scooters are easy to ride, there’s no clutch to learn or need to shift gears, Low maintenance and operating costs.
The not so good for new riders: Smaller models can struggle to keep up with motorway traffic.

T-MAX

Adventure/Dual Sports:
The good: Comfortable riding position, little bodywork in the case of dropping bike or the bike tipping over.
The not so good for new riders: Tall seats

WR-250F