2013 Yamaha Stryker on 2040-motos
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2013 YAMAHA Stryker, A muscular, forward-lunging look reinterprets iconic custom chopper styling for the 21st century. High-end looks without the high-end price tag. Gutsy 1304cc, fuel-injected liquid-cooled V-Twin engine churns out the inspired, big-engine feel riders will love. Even with its radically raked out front end, Stryker has the superbly nimble and lightweight handling that choppers and mid-class competitors can only dream about. Low seat height (26.4 inches) allows riders to put both feet on the ground and helps provide this bike s natural, relaxed and comfortable riding position. The wide 210-series rear tire and chopper-inspired 21-inch front wheel reinforce the muscular styling of the bike. No cheap plastic fenders here this authentic cruiser has real steel fenders customizers love. Classic belt drive, too. Get started on your own customization with two trim packages in high-quality chrome, or an aggressive looking, blacked out package.
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Yamaha has officially released the much anticipated Tricity three-wheeler in the Thai market. Billed as the first Yamaha production vehicle that “represents our long-term vision of a ‘growing world of personal mobility,’” the Tricity is a world model, manufactured in Thailand, with plans for sales to begin in Europe and Japan by the end of 2014. Powered by a 125cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected Single, the Tricity is aimed at the congested urban streets of many metropolitan areas.Tue, 18 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
James Stewart‘s hot streak continues with his second-consecutive win and fourth AMA Supercross podium in five weeks after an impressive effort at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Fresh off of signing a contract extension with Yoshimura Suzuki, Stewart took control of the Arlington main event on the third lap, passing holeshot-taker Ryan Dungey and running away with the win. With his win last week at San Diego, Stewart becomes the first rider to win back-to-back races this season and establishes himself as a championship contender as we approach the mid-way point of the 2014 season.Thu, 23 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Casey Stoner has withdrawn from the Brno, Czech Republic MotoGP round to undergo surgery on his injured ankle. Trailing Yamaha‘s Jorge Lorenzo by 39 points and Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa by 21 points with seven rounds to go, Stoner’s hopes of repeating as MotoGP champion before retiring at the end of the season are all but dashed. The Repsol Honda rider injured his ankle in a high side crash in last weekend’s Indianapolis Grand Prix.
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