1976 Yamaha Xt on 2040-motos
Yamaha XT description
This is great old bike, it has matching engine and frame numbers and would make a nice road bike or add to your collection. It is unrestored and in original condition. Runs and rides properly, shifts good, and everything works. I have not washed this bike before I took the pictures. And I last rode it at our mining claim so you might pan off some gold flakes if any got on there. This bike is used and has no warranty or guarantee of any kind. There is a $250.00 deposit that you must make within 24 hours after the Auction ends and must receive full payment within 7 days of Auction close and this bike will not leave my possession until I receive full payment. I will deliver to the West Coast or to your shipping agent for a fee, and for further details on shipping please contact me via EBay message seller.
Yamaha XT for Sale
Moto blogFri, 09 May 2014
It’s too bad two-stroke motorcycles are quickly declining. The lightweight and hard-hitting machines are a blast to ride. They’re all but gone from the street scene (thanks emission laws), but thankfully you can still find some on the dirt side.Thu, 30 Jan 2014
In what might be considered the most shocking news of 2014 so far, Nick Ienatsch and Ken Hill are going to Yale. While some might think the Chief and Lead instructors at the newly revamped Yamaha Champions Riding School are getting in over their heads, the two are at Yale as lead presenters for “Excellence In Motion: What Motorcycle Racing Can Teach Us About Success,” which begins at 4pm (local time) today. When put into context, their appearance at one of the nation’s top schools is understandable. Each has had their fair share of success aboard motorcycles, and they will be joined by two more champions on two-wheels, five-time Daytona 200 winner and 1993 World Superbike Champion Scott Russell, and Jamie Bestwick, an avid motorcyclist and winner of eight consecutive X-Games BMX Vert gold medals.Tue, 24 Apr 2012
Trawling the internet for a sound clip of the Crossplane Crank Yamaha R1 on full chatter, I came across this: a few fast laps on board with New Zealand Superbike racer Tony Rees as he works the CABS Throttle Blipper on his 2011 R1. (Skip to 7:35 for the fast ones.) CABS is a system used by Superbike teams that makes use of the R1’s digitally controlled throttle. When you change up a gear, the bike blips in the perfect amount of revs to save time on track and make downshifts as quick and easy as clutch-less upshifts.
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