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2014 Yamaha Vmax on 2040-motos

$17,990
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Stillwater, OK
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2014 YAMAHA VMAX , ALL MUSCLE. ALL BRAINS. The VMAX is the ultimate fusion of brawn and brains. The unique features of this iconic beast are richly blended with advanced sportbike technology and forward-thinking style. It all adds up to a machine with immense performance and visual power. The VMAX truly is in a class by itself.

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Yamaha, Honda Donate to Thailand Flood Relief Efforts

Thu, 20 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Honda and Yamaha announced relief aid for the people of Thailand affected by severe flooding that has swamped large parts of the country since late July. Yamaha and its Thai subsidiaries are donating a relief package worth about 30 million yen (US$390,000) including 3,000 life jackets. Yamaha is evaluating what items to provide including outboard motors.

Yamaha PW50 And TTR Line Back For 2015

Tue, 02 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Even more news from Yamaha: Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. has announced the launch of the complete 2015 TT-R line and the iconic PW50 for 2015. The PW50 has long been the motorcycle to introduce kids to the joys of off-road riding, and is often the launching platform for a lifetime of two wheel fun.

Results From Day 2 Of World Supersport Testing At Phillip Island

Tue, 18 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

If there’s one constant when it comes to World Supersport racing, it’s that Kenan Sofuoglu will be at or near the front at all times. The former champ has a special ability when it comes to lapping middleweight sportbikes as quickly as possible, and it showed again at the conclusion of World Supersport testing at Phillip Island. Sofuoglu’s best time of 1:33.506 was set during the first day of testing, but still nobody was able to beat it.