Yamaha Motor UK is pleased to announce the all-new 2020 WR250F will make its European debut at the International Dirt Bike Show at Stafford County Showground this week.

Confirmed earlier this month, the faster, stronger and lighter WR250F will appear in the metal for the first time at Europe’s largest off-road show on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th September.

Throughout its 20-year history, the enduro thoroughbred has established a hard-fought reputation for being one of the toughest and most competitive racers at all levels with numerous national and international victories to its credit.

At the same time as being a podium contender in the ultra-competitive E1 class in the World Enduro Championship, the WR250F is popular with trail riders who appreciate the bike’s ease of use, strong performance and outstanding reliability.

Featuring a new high-performance reverse cylinder head engine, together with the very latest aluminium beam frame, and state-of-the-art front and rear suspension, the new-generation WR250F is the most advanced 250cc four-stroke enduro bike ever built by Yamaha.

The new WR250F will headline Yamaha’s comprehensive display at the show, featuring its entire 2020 Off-Road Competition range, including the all-new YZ450F and YZ250F motocrossers, while the highly-regarded Ténéré 700 adventure bike will also be on display.

The AMCA Yamaha MX Experience will also be at the show offering the opportunity for show goers to ride various 2020 models.

The International Dirt Bike Show runs between 28th – 29th September at Stafford County Showground.