2003 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos
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This is an amazing first bike for the beginner motorcycle rider. This is the bike to go on and off road. This bike has saved me a lot in gas (80+ miles to the gallon) and got me through university. This bike will get you around town in style, save you money, and give you lots of fun.
The XT has a few scratches which you will find on any dual sport. Otherwise this bike is in amazing shape. It has been garage or shed kept its entire life and has been exercised every season without fail. The bike is completely stock and original and a fantastic bike.
The ideal rider for this bike is someone who has an adventurous, hard working, and fun loving. This bike needs someone who will make it their first daily rider and to start enjoying some off-roading. The rider will hopefully enjoy this bike just as much as I have.
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Moto blogFri, 20 Apr 2012
Authorities in British Columbia, Canada, have impounded a 2006 Yamaha R1 believed to have starred in a YouTube video reaching speeds of 299 kph (185 mph) on a freeway. The onboard video, embedded after the jump, captures the Yamaha weaving through traffic, and often lane-splitting between other vehicles, covering a 4.67 mile stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway in about a minute and 56 seconds. That translates to an average speed of 144.6 mph.Wed, 24 Mar 2010
The 2010 MotoGP season is less than a month away and Monster Yamaha Tech3′s Texas Twosome of Colin Edwards and Ben Spies decided to do some bonding with a little road trip man-cation in this video released by Yamaha Motor U.S.A. Okay, maybe Edwards was more into it than Spies was. Edwards is at his best in this video (“Ooh … it kinda tingles down below, you know?Mon, 08 Apr 2013
Yamaha announced it will offer a leasing arrangement for its YZR-M1 engines to teams interested in racing in the MotoGP World Championship. The Japanese manufacturer has signed a leasing arrangement with MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports to supply engines for the 2014, 2015 and 2016 seasons. Racing teams will be able to lease a Yamaha M1 engine on a per-year basis for their own race bikes.
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