New Yamaha Tracer 700 – Commuting home-work, driving with a passenger, or a few trips, low operating costs and always driving pleasure, this is the New Yamaha 700 Tracer. The design is very attractive and made in Italy. It is a bike designed for the European market. The fairing is protective and the tank now has 17 liters. So, we we can face medium and long trips.
New Yamaha Tracer 700: Greater stability and twin-cylinder 4-stroke, in-line liquid-cooled engine
The New Yamaha Tracer 700 ensures greater stability and an important review of the back. Now it is more robust adapting to the stresses with the passenger on board and with a complete set of suitcases. Then, the engine is still gritty. It is a twin-cylinder 4-stroke, in-line, liquid-cooled. 689 cm3, 55 kW (74.8 HP) and 68 NM.
The tubular steel diamond is the same as the 900, such as suspensions. Traditional fork and mono was revised in the calibration and in the spring in tourist optical, but especially to match the new weight. Mono has a race increased by 12 mm. Because the swingarm, now in aluminum, is longer for chasing the stability. The wheelbase is 1,450 mm.
Where you can go with Tracer 700? Obviously, in Greece
With the New Yamaha 700 Tracer you can go to Greece. You can wait for the summer, but we recommend going into the winter to enjoy the warmer weather. You can disembark at Igoumenitsa and take the road that will make you get up to Joannina, a lakeside town. Here you can admire the Gorge of Vikos. After a stop to admire the beauty of the place, you can go ahead to Macedonia and reach the Prespa Lake. Particular is the pontoon boat that will meet at the entrance of the island. Your trip might go forward in the first of three Limestone peninsula, Mount Athos. Beware because the Mount Athos is sacred and it takes special permission before going any further in Ouranopoli.
4800 KM of Passion
The trip to Greece continues after the three peninsulas to Delphi, where you can visit the remains of the city. Before continuing to the Peloponneso, you must go through a wooden bridge crossing the Corinth Strait. Here you can visit Kalavrita, a town surrounded by woods and where there are beautiful mountain roads. Now you are pointing to the south. You’ll arrive at Monemvasia. A village perched on the sea, a fantastic medieval village. Then, again, Mani, Mystras and Dimitsana. After 4800 km and twenty-day trip, you can even go to Olympia and close there on your incredible journey in Greece.
What can you eat in Greece?
Do not try to Greece sophisticated culinary processing. Let yourself be caught by the strong flavors of Sun and sea that are transmitted in simple dishes. But unrepeatable elsewhere. Do not give up ever to a salt with choriatiki tomato, cucumber, onion, olives. On this cool and colorful dish is placed a generous piece of feta, the delicate cheese, which is one of the symbols of Greece.
This salad is accompanied with a thick tzatztiki, made with yoghurt, garlic and fine slices of cucumber. You can then continue with calamari and fried fish, or with stuffed grape leaves. Or with the Souvlaki, savory pork kebabs and lamb. And don’t miss the ghiros, a rich set of grilled meat sliced, flavored with spices, mixed with chopped peppers, tomatoes, onions and served wrapped in a soft slice of the typical pita.
Ouzo and Wine
Stuffed vegetables, sweet watermelon and juicy melons are just a few of the products that offer sunny gardens. But before all these enjoy a glass of Ouzo, the aniseed aperitif, accompanying it with typical Greek olives. Do this rite at sunset, watching the sea, when the waves, as he wrote the big Homer, take the violet and wine shining.
For more information go to Visit Greece