SOLD!! 2014 Yamaha Super Tenere Non-ES for Sale - Cary, NC


Apr 10, 2013
Cary, NC, USA
2014 Yamaha Super Tenere Non-ES for Sale:

This is the Second Generation Supertenere with electronic Cruise Control and Traction Control – It currently has around 42,300 miles. Clean and clear title ready to be handed over. The bike is ready to go to Alaska and back!
Asking $8000 mostly firm including all accessories and all OEM take-offs. Absolutely no trades and I don’t need help in selling – no solicitors please. It is a CASH or Cashier’s Check SALE ONLY. No Test Rides unless you hand over the full cash to me - you drop it, you bought it. :)

Regular services performed almost always by independent shop (Jeb at Tapped Out Cycles) / myself (a couple of oil changes) every 4K miles without missing any service. Brake fluids and coolant checked 2 services ago and good for at least 2 to 3 years. Engine oil changed 600 miles ago and good for another 3500 miles. It has Dunlop RoadSmart 3 dual compound tires with just about 600 miles on it ($450 installed) – it is good for another 7000 miles!

Please take a look at the EXHAUSTIVE list of accessories added – this is really a Turnkey bike! ALL OEM parts that were removed will come with the bike. Total Accessories are very conservatively worth $5800. At 50% off retail, it is worth $2900.

1. Full set of CUSTOM Russell Day Long Seats – Rider + Pillion + Rider Backrest + pouch bought new and installed 1 1/2 years ago. Built for a 190 lb rider and 140 lb pillion and I had to source the seat pans. COST = $1300.
2. Full set of Givi Trekker Hard Cases BLACK. 2 side cases (panniers) of 33 liters each and 1 top box of 46 liters. PLUS the full set of quick release racks for all 3 cases and the top plate. Plus duplicate set of ignition and case keys COST = $1500
3. Full set of OEM lower crash bars & engine skid plate powder coated blackCOST approx. = $500
4. Garmin ZUMO 590LM with RAM Mounts = $400
5. ECU Flash tuned by AVC. Easily the best bang for the buck in terms of rideability. COST = $300
6. Yoshimura RS4 Slip on Exhaust. COST = $300
7. Yamaha OEM Touring Windshield + V Stream Touring Windshield + OEM air winglets to divert air away from rider COST = $350
8. Rigid Industries LED Spotlights + Mounts makes night riding = day riding. COST = $350
9. Touratech Headlight Protector. Cost = 100$
10. Protaper Adventure EVO High handle bars. Cost = $100
11. Jakson extended brake and clutch lines. Cost = $100
12. Givi Tanklock Tankbag with Tankbag ring. Cost = $100
13. Denali Soundbomb Mini + Sidestand foot enlarger + Battery Tender and Heated Gear connector + Grip puppies + Custom tank protection COST = $200
14. OEM Heated Grips installed (not standard) COST = $200
15. Vizitec SupaBrake-II brake light modulator (flashes) COST = $50

The bike has been dropped / let down at ZERO mph i.e. perfectly standstill once on each side and that too on mud / gravel as I lost my footing. There are small scratches on the plastic to show for it and the crash guards more than did their job. This is an adventure bike after all, so I invite you to take a look before you decide. It is not a garage queen and has been very well ridden and just as well, superbly maintained.

My buddy runs a Youtube Channel and he reviewed this very bike.. take a look: