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2014 Yamaha Bolt 950cc on 2040-motos

$7,995
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Fairbanks, Alaska

Fairbanks, AK

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Retro style mc with modern day luxery!2014 YAMAHA BOLT 950CC $7995.99 **Financing Available**Alaska Fun Center1817 College Rd Fairbanks AK 99709www.alaskafuncenter

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Yamaha Reports 2013 Sales Results

Wed, 12 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Yamaha reported a 1.2% decrease in motorcycle sales in 2013 but managed to increase its net sales revenue by 16.2%, thanks in large part to the depreciation of the Japanese yen. According to the company’s 2013 fiscal report, Yamaha sold 6,014,000 motorcycles last year, down slightly from 6,090,000 sold in 2012. The good news however, is most of the sales decrease was limited to Thailand and Vietnam where the economy worsened in 2013, while Yamaha’s sales increased in nearly all other markets.

YCRS Ride-Better Videos Now On YouTube + Video

Fri, 02 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The Yamaha Champions Riding School has helped countless riders, myself included, improve their skills to become both faster and safer. Whether you’re a street rider or track junky, novice or pro, as rider we should always be looking to improve. While attending the Yamaha Champions Riding School at its new location at New Jersey Motorsports Park would be ideal, for those of you who can’t make the trek, YCRS has an entire YouTube channel dedicated to making everyone better riders.

OEMs Plug into Electric Bikes

Sat, 01 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0700

KTM introduced its prototype electric motorcycle earlier this week, and electric bike manufacturer Zero Motorcycles almost immediately responded by opening sales on its 2009 Zero X dirt bike (look for our review of the 2008 model next week!). But these two companies arenít the only ones exploring the possibilities of electric-powered motorcycles. In September, Japanís largest industrial information journal Nikkei Business Daily reported that both Honda and Yamaha have set target dates for launching their own electric-powered motorcycles.