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2003 Yamaha V-max on 2040-motos

$4,999
YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:14612 ColorColor: Mat Black
Location:

Big Bend, Wisconsin

Big Bend, WI
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TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(877) 870-6297

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2003 Yamaha V-Max, VELOCITY STACKS, CLEAN, V-4 POWERHOUSE!!! - We can ship this for $399 anywhere in the Conti US. Give us a call toll free at 877=870-6297 or locally at 262-662-1500. Used Custom Cruiser Chopper Preowned Beginner Streetbike Bagger. There will be more pictures available upon request. We also offer great financing terms for qualifying credit. Call us for buying or trading your motorcycle, atv, or snowmobile.

Moto blog

YCRS Ride-Better Videos Now On YouTube + Video

Fri, 02 May 2014

The Yamaha Champions Riding School has helped countless riders, myself included, improve their skills to become both faster and safer. Whether you’re a street rider or track junky, novice or pro, as rider we should always be looking to improve. While attending the Yamaha Champions Riding School at its new location at New Jersey Motorsports Park would be ideal, for those of you who can’t make the trek, YCRS has an entire YouTube channel dedicated to making everyone better riders.

An Island tour with a legend

Fri, 17 Sep 2010

What you are watching is a highlight of Mike Hailwood's segment from the racing documentary Take it to the Limit - A Motorcycle Odyssey. The Yamaha - built by the extraordinary Kel Carruthers - that Hailwood is riding in the clip featured a unique frame with the camera housed within. The voice-over recording provided by Hailwood was done by taping a small mic to the bottom of his lip so he could dictate his guide to the 37.73 mile route.

The short but sweet life of the Yamaha R7

Tue, 17 Jan 2012

I was reunited with an old friend recently, my 1999 Virgin Yamaha R7 Superbike. By the end of 1998 I had won three straight BSB titles with the Yamaha YZF750, when main sponsor Cadbury’s pulled out leaving zero funds for a title defence. Wanting desperately to ride the new R7 and thinking a replacement backer would instantly get on board I turned down quite a few offers including a juicy contract from Crescent Suzuki (Paul Denning always enjoys reminding me).