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2002 Yamaha V-max on 2040-motos

YearYear:2002 MileageMileage:14095 ColorColor: Silver

Kaukauna, Wisconsin

Kaukauna, WI
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2002 Yamaha V-Max, SUPERTRAPP EXHAUST, CALL CODY AT 920-788-0220 - The Arnold Schwarzenegger of power cruisers. A 1200cc, liquid-cooled V-4 beast that's won more Best Musclebike awards than it knows what to do with. The truth of the matter is that, for over 17 years now, Mad Max has been wiping the boulevard with pretty much every musclebike-come-lately in terms of pure, unadulterated acceleration.

Moto blog

Michael Alan Duff/Michelle Ann Duff

Wed, 29 Dec 2010

Spotted the link to this short film on a Dutch blog. It's beautifully shot/directed and captures GP rider Mike Duff's recovery from a horrific hip and pelvis injury suffered at the Japanese GP which cost him a six month stay in hospital. Watching him push-start makes you wince just imagining the pain he must have been in.

Yamaha Unveils 2012 MotoGP Livery – Massive Gallery and Video

Thu, 22 Mar 2012

Yamaha has pulled the covers off the 2012 edition of its YZR-M1, the machines which racers Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies will ride to compete in the 2012 MotoGP World Championship. While last year’s M1 was predominantly blue, the new 1000cc version of the M1 sports more white paint with wide bands of Yamaha blue on the front fairing and along the side, flowing along the line of the seat. Like most MotoGP squads, Yamaha doesn’t want to be too specific about its MotoGP bike’s potential, estimating the power output from the crossplane crankshaft engine at over 240 hp.

Rossi Finishes Second to World Champion Loeb at Monza Rally Show

Mon, 28 Nov 2011

Valentino Rossi is back on the podium. Not a MotoGP podium, mind, but for a rally car race at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Italy. (Post updated with video.) Driving a Ford Fiesta RS with co-driver Carlo Cassina, Rossi won two of nine stages and finished second overall to eight-time World Rally Car Champion Sebastien Loeb at the 2011 Monza Rally Show.