Community Yamaha R1S 'Urban Ops' Sweepstakes | Free Entry

Yamaha R1S ‘Urban Ops’ Sweepstakes | Free Entry

Yamaha R1S Urban Ops Sweepstakes

Yamaha R1S 'Urban Ops' Sweepstakes | Free Entry
Yamaha YZF-R1S Urban Ops Bike

If you’ve been itching for a new Yamaha YZF-R1, this might be your chance to pick up a special edition R1S free of charge. Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A., has announced the “R1S Urban Ops Sweepstakes.”

What’s the catch? None that we can see. One winner will be drawn at random, and the prize will come in the form of an exclusive 2016 Yamaha YZF-R1S. The  winner’s R1S will come complete with an assortment of Genuine Yamaha Accessories, aftermarket upgrades, unique graphics, and custom lighting.

The Yamaha R1 “Urban Ops’”R1S will be outfitted with the following accessories:

  • Genuine Yamaha Accessories Folding Clutch and Brake Levers
  • Genuine Yamaha Accessories Slim Design Frame Sliders
  • Genuine Yamaha Accessories Street Tag Eliminator
  • Genuine Yamaha Accessories Endurance Windscreen (Smoke)
  • Genuine Yamaha Accessories Rear Stand Spools
  • Genuine Yamaha Accessories Radiator/Oil Cooler Guard
  • E.K. 525 Black-and-Gold Chain
  • Yoshimura Y-Series Carbon Fiber Slip-On Muffler
  • Graves Motorsports Rearsets
  • Pirelli Diablo Rosso III Tires (with a special gift of three years or three sets of tires, whichever comes first)

Many R1S owners would be opening their wallets for upgrades along those lines, but there is one aspect of this bike that you can’t buy, and that would be the digital-camo wrap. Yamaha sprang for some red power-coated wheels, and illuminated Yamaha logos emblazoned across the fuel tank.

Fans have a chance to win the bike by entering the “R1S Urban Ops Sweepstakes” online, and can find social media posts by searching #R1SUrbanOps.

If you’d like a shot at winning the bike, visit Yamaha R1S Urban Ops Sweepstakes. No purchase necessary. Sweepstakes participants must be valid U.S. residents and 18 years of age or older. For further details, please refer to the link.

Good luck!


Nic de Sena
Twin anything, ride everything. No fuss, no muss. Senior Editor.

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