2005 Yamaha V Max on 2040-motos
Yamaha V Max description
This is a 2005 Yamaha V-Max 1200 with 750 original miles. This is a limited production numbered anniversary edition. She has sat for the last 11 years in a heated garage. In 2015 she had the fuel tank replaced along with the carbs rebuilt and synced which was due to the prolonged storage. She is now 100%, everything is original. I am the second owner. The original owner had the dealer install LoJack which is still installed. I have all manuals, keys, title, registration and recent repair (as stated above) paper work. With a manufactured claim of 145HP crank / 116HP rear wheel these are very powerful muscle bikes.
Yamaha V Max for Sale
Moto blogTue, 09 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0800
Focused Events Rider Development Days at Silverstone offer a new, intense tuition-based experience on a selection of new Supersport machines, hosted by high-level instructors including Niall Mackenzie, Jamie Whitham and Steve Plater.The courses will be situated at Stowe circuit, Silverstone and will be aimed at Novice and Intermediate riders. Dates for the events have been confirmed as 14th May and 2nd September.Pupils will not only be taught by World class instructors, the machinery available for use will be high-end Supersport machines from Ducati, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha. Total cost for the day is £339 including bike hire with a £50 premium for use of the exotic Ducati 848.Chief Instructor and Visordown Road Test Editor Niall Mackenzie explained, “A track day can be an intimidating place to learn circuit and road skills, especially for less experienced riders.Thu, 13 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Yamaha has introduced a new 1304cc bagger to its Star Motorcycles lineup. The new 2013 Star V-Star 1300 Deluxe comes with hard luggage, batwing fairing and audio and navigation system but at a impressively low $13,690 price. Powering the Deluxe is the same 80 ci liquid-cooled V-Twin engine with computer-controlled twin-barrel fuel injection used in the base V-Star 1300 and V-Star Tourer.Fri, 27 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
For just $120,000, you too can be the owner of a special piece of motorcycling history. Up for grabs on eBay is the 1973 Yamaha TZ750 that started it all. Claimed by the current owner to be the test mule of none other than Kel Carruthers in 1973, this TZ carries the number #409-100001. Yamaha Works GP rider Sadeo Asami cared for the motorcycle for much of its racing life until it was returned to Yamaha USA where it was destined for the crusher.
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