Gallery: Gunnison, Colorado Trails With Yamaha

Our favorite photos from our two-day trip with Yamaha.

Last week, Yamaha invited us out to beautiful Gunnison, Colorado, to try out the 2022 Yamaha RMAX 1000 XT-R and Yamaha RMAX 1000 LE on some mountain trails. The sights were stunning, but the driving was even better. Here are some of our favorite photos from the trip.

Even at 12,500 feet, the RMAX 1000 still impresses.Dave Schelske
With 13.8 inches of ground clearance, the XT-R will go over just about any terrain.Dave Schelske
The Yamaha AdventuRMAX concept vehicle is carrying almost 1,000 pounds of extra gear, but still feels almost as quick as the stocker.Dave Schelske
The 2022 Yamaha Wolverine RMAX 1000 LE (left) and the 2022 Wolverine RMAX 1000 XT-R (right).Dave Schelske
The RMAX 1000 LE’s electronic suspension lets you change shock stiffness whenever you want, at any speed to match the terrain.Dave Schelske
Rock, mud, snow, or water, the RMAX will get over it all.Dave Schelske
The XT-R shows off its sleek and intimidating black and orange trim.Dave Schelske
The LE contradicts the XT-R’s color scheme with a solid white trim.Dave Schelske
“Can we get over that?” is never a question in the RMAX 1000.Dave Schelske

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