Yamaha 750xs Triple on 2040-motos
Yamaha XS description
For Sale is my 1978 Yamaha 750XS Triple. I am the second owner of this bike and have owned it for 20 years. The other owner was my Godfather and I inherited from him. This bike is the definition of what these bikes did and can still do. This bike rides perfect and has no issues, none. I don't ride it often enough and I want it to see the bike go to a deserving home. Everything works as it should on this bike and runs strong and idles nicely. I also have if interested is the matching fairing and hard saddle bags and sissy bar. The bike looks so much nicer the way it is set up now but I can include those items if interested. I just had my bike shop go through it and everything is safe and ready to go. Has a new front tire and the back is practically new and great tread too.
The only issue is there is a small chip in the paint by the gas tank. It can easily be touched up but the bike is so perfect, I wanted to leave it the way it is.
Yamaha XS for Sale
Moto blogTue, 26 Oct 2010
Valentino Rossi is edging towards the twilight of his career and anything that has been attached to the biggest star to come out of MotoGP is destined to be worthy of a collector’s treasure trove. Whenever Rossi has raced at a track that has some kind of importance to the Italian his AGV often gets coated with a one-off Aldo Drudi special, this year has seen the Wake Up! and Faces designs.Wed, 11 Jun 2014
Yamaha Motor Europe has announced another variant on the MT-09 platform (FZ-09 for us in North America). Following the original model and the Street Rally comes the new Yamaha MT-09 Street Tracker. Unfortunately it looks like the Street Tracker will be a special edition variant only available in Europe, though many of the parts may be available in Yamaha’s part catalog.Thu, 06 Feb 2014
There is no real off season in Moto GP. Although we complain about being starved of racing, for those at the sharp end, in little more than two months they have new bikes to assemble, team staff to put in place and sponsors to nail down that will pay for it all. This time frame is also tight for riders, as it seems more every year go straight under the surgeon’s knife after the last round and spend the short winter recuperating for the season ahead. The 2014 Moto GP championship looks like a cracker as apart from the ten full factory riders we now have at least eight non factory riders with properly competitive machinery. We also have five Brits on the grid, two with podium potential. Whatever happens though (providing you have BT Sport) you can just sit back and enjoy watching the incredible Marc Marquez do things that shouldn’t be possible. Speaking of whom, I didn’t believe a Rossi replacement would come this soon. And when I say replacement, I mean a rider that is the full package. Although in some ways quite different to Vale, he’s an equally phenomenal talent plus a very likeable character that appeals to the masses and although respectful to his rivals off track, deadly competitive in the heat of battle. Being young and good looking he’s obviously a dream for sponsors and the sport in general. Marquez has evolved in his own way but thankfully into a perfect replacement for our sport when the VR steps down.
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