Yamaha Bolt is Perfect First Purchase – 2024 Review



To keep this model light and agile, Japanese brand opted for a stressed-engine, double-cradle frame. The fuel tank design really stands out, and it is a combination of a classic peanut with coffin tank elements to it. It can carry 3.2 gallons of fuel, which is enough for a ride around the city.

The rear shocks are short, and even though they do not feature piggyback gas cylinders, which is the case with the Bolt R-Spec, the shocks provide 2.8 inches of wheel travel. Up front, you can find 19-inch tires, while 16-inch one is used at the back.