We really enjoyed riding the 2012 Yamaha Super Ténéré around the picturesque landscape that is Sedona, Arizona, but Yamaha’s variety of color schemes for the Super T leaves a little bit to be desired if your favorite color isn’t blue or black. Never fear, the tuning fork brand has you covered, as Yamaha has debuted the 2012 Yamaha Super Ténéré in “Competition White” at the Verona Motor Bike Expo.

The new racing-inspired white color scheme is just one of four colors Yamaha has rolled out at Verona, with a “Silver Viper Tech” livery also reportedly being teased. We’re not sure which, if either, of these two new colors will be available in the United States, but we imagine that if there was enough expressed interest, Yamaha would make them available on this side of the pond. Check out the gallery of the “Competition White” Super Ténéré after the jump.

Source: Moto.it

  • Bruce Monighan

    Dont’ know about that white color. I had heard white was coming to Europe and thought it might be cool, like the Multistrada white. But the white Super Ten has too much black on it to let the white really stand out. Kind of lacks real definition. Disappointing.

  • Loki

    Point. Too much black. Not enough white. It looks a lot like the small Ténéré.

    I say give it some vintage racing colors, Yamaha. You know – yellow with black/white stripes. That ought to look better than this.

  • It would look really coll in a yellow 46 color sche . . . . . oops. How ’bout tinfoil with a red X ? ? ??

  • Sunny Verlinde

    Looks absolutely smashing!! , ordered mine about one hour ago!!!
    Now to wait a few months before it’s available… :(

  • BikePilot

    Looks quite nice and puts my mind back to the ’85 YZ I rode years ago :)

  • I think it’s the front fender. It need a BMWish, Ducatish “hypermotard” high fender.

  • Dano

    Mines ordered in Blue.. The white looks to much like my RTP at work !! LOL