1978 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos
Yamaha Other description
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1978 Yamaha DT250E
Beautiful bike with original motor and only 4,487 miles! Bike runs strong, has new paint and upholstery. Instruments are crisp as is the running condition of this late 70's beauty!
(Left side cover was out for paint on picture day but is currently on bike)
Bike is located in Sturgis S.D. All other shipping arrangements are the responsibility of the buyer (including international). A quick internet search will award you several results, and we are glad to work with any shipping arrangements you make (including pickup). Pickup at our shop is also available should you be attending the Sturgis Rally or just stopping through on vacation.
A little about our bikes...
Gypsie Vintage Cycle deals in the acquisition, restoration and resale of just about any make and model motorcycle that has been in existence. Some bikes have been purchased at auction in their current condition while others have been restored by us. Please note that all bikes are sold in fine running condition (unless otherwise noted) though we do not run each bike daily. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask PRIOR to bidding and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.
You can also reach Jason in our sales department at 303-815-5064 if necessary.
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Yamaha Other for Sale
Moto blogTue, 18 Mar 2014
Yamaha announced it would import the MT-07 to Canada as the 2015 FZ-07. Until now, the twin-cylinder roadster had only been announced for Europe as the MT-07; there is no word the FZ-07 will be offered in the U.S., but the Canadian announcement is a good sign it may be coming soon. Revealed at EICMA, the FZ-07 slots in under the three-cylinder FZ-09 (known as the MT-09 outside of the North America) with a newly-developed liquid-cooled 689cc parallel-Twin engine.Mon, 24 Sep 2012
Off-road capability isn’t the first thing people consider when shopping for a scooter but it is one of the more surprising traits of the Yamaha Zuma 125. In his review of the Zuma 125, Tom Roderick says the scooter “radiates a more adventurous attitude” than most scooters, with its knobby tires and hand guards making it capable for the odd excursion off the pavement. But if you’re still not convinced, Yamaha‘s Taiwanese arm has released a video featuring the Zuma 125 (or BWS 125, as it is known internationally) getting rough and rugged in the dirt.Fri, 23 Aug 2013
Katsuyuki Nakasuga, the surprise podium finisher at last year’s MotoGP finale in Valencia, will have the chance to catch lightning in a bottle once again, after being granted a wild card entry to the 2013 Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi. Nakasuga shocked the racing world with a second-place finish at the Valencian Grand Prix last November as an injury replacement for then-Yamaha factory rider Ben Spies. Nakasuga made the cagey decision to run slick tires in the wet race.
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