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2009 Yamaha Vino 125 on 2040-motos

US $1,999.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:4 ColorColor: Red

Auburn, Washington, US

Auburn, WA, US
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Yamaha Other tech info

Stock NumberStock Number:U83610 PhonePhone:8885414157

Yamaha Other description

2009 Yamaha Vino 125, This is a stock scooter in overall excellent condition with a small ding on the right hand leg shield. The tires are at about 60% and the tabs are good until April 2014. Negotiable documentary service fee of up to $150.00 added. It can be seen at Hinshaw's Motorcycle Store in Auburn. Includes Hinshaws Used Bike Guarantee.

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Yamaha Patents Tricity Variant Design

Thu, 21 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Yamaha has patented the design for a new variant to its Tricity leaning three-wheeled scooter featuring a broader fairing resembling the TMax. Yamaha has previously announced it would introduce more leaning multi-wheeled vehicles, and this newly patented design may be the next one to go into production. The new design is heavily-based on the original Tricity.

Suzuka Eight Hour capers

Mon, 05 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Chatting to TT legend John McGuiness recently about his first Suzuka Eight Hour experience got me thinking of a few capers the boys and me managed a few years back at what is still Japan's most important race of the season. It is a unique event that starts at 11am and finishes at 7pm making  it a pukka endurance race as the last hour is run with headlights on in the dark. It is essentially an eight hour sprint that showcases the trickest endurance machinery and manufacturer’s sales can be affected the following year depending on who wins or loses.

Yamaha To Build Cars By 2014

Mon, 23 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

In a recent group interview at Yamaha Motor Company headquarters in Japan, company president Hiroyuki Yanagi announced plans for the company to enter into the automotive market by as early as 2014 six years ahead of schedule. If you’re a motorcyclist or musician, the Yamaha brand is likely very familiar to you. However, the company has a long history building, or designing, engines for the car industry.