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1984 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos

YearYear:1984 MileageMileage:14
Location:

Reseda, California, United States

Reseda, California, United States

Yamaha Other tech info

TypeType:Sport Bike Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):350

Yamaha Other description

30 plus year old motorcycle has some light rust and graphics are not mint but bike is the rare Kenny Roberts color. Mechanically sound with minor adjustments to new clutch. I have over $6,000.00 into it and need to part with it even though it as wicked as my R1. A thrill to ride! Les than 50 miles on new rebuild engine. Top and Bottom end. Had ducat dry clutch, which I will include with purchase, had shop set back to original wet clutch. Craco Racing of Van Nuys did the rebuilt with new power reaves and boots for carb. Please ask question if you intend to purchase bike. Someone is going to get a great deal on a vintage two stock monster with Teleflex full faring and solo set.

Moto blog

Ben Spies Leaving Yamaha At End of 2012 MotoGP Season

Tue, 24 Jul 2012

MotoGP racer Ben Spies has announced he will not re-sign with Yamaha while hinting at an impending announcement for his plans for the 2013 racing season. Earlier this week, Spies used Twitter (@BenSpies11) to hint at a change for next season. In an email to SuperbikePlanet, Spies confirmed he has decided not to remain with Yamaha for several unspecified reasons.

AMA Superbike: 2012 Daytona Results

Tue, 20 Mar 2012

Josh Hayes and Blake Young picked things up where they left off by trading wins at the 2012 season-opening AMA Superbike round at Daytona International Speedway. Reigning champion Hayes of Monster Energy Graves Yamaha took the first race handily, leading almost right from the start of the 15-lap race for the win. Yoshimura Suzuki’s Young, who finished second to Hayes in the 2011 AMA Superbike Championship, responded by taking the second race, but only by a slim 0.002-second margin.

Anti clockwise Knockhill and riding in the North East with GP winners.

Wed, 06 Jun 2012

I was both nervous and excited for my first ever reverse direction track day last week at Knockhill. From rushing downhill into the left hand off camber hairpin to sweeping up onto the start/finish, nothing bears any resemblance to riding round clockwise. I actually raced my 350LC in the opposite direction in 1982 but it still took a few laps to get my head round what essentially is a brand new track for Scotland.