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2006 Yamaha Roadliner on 2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:11

Frank, North Carolina

Frank, NC

Yamaha Other description

2006 Yamaha Roadliner with only 11,700mis in Fantastic Condition. Mechanically stock and running extremely well with no issues. Recent Roadliner S Upgrades and other accessories include:Yamaha Short locking Windshield, Passenger Floor Boards, Short locking Sissy Bar, S Chrome Wheels, Luggage Rack, New Soft Saddle Bags, Tank Bag, Rear Tank Leather Cover, Black Final Drive Trim Cover, Black alternator cover, Black right and left side engine covers, Black Kuryakyn Grips with speed lever, Black Barron Risers, K_N air and oil filters.New Michelin rear tire

Moto blog

The new Yamaha Tenere is preparing to debut

Sun, 30 Jul 2017

The next-generation 689cc touring enduro is almost ready. The bike, magnificent in its conciseness and Dakar functionality, is a kind of preview of the future SUV that will replace the XT660Z Tenere. The rival of the BMW F800 GS/F 800 GS Adventure and the promising KTM 790 Adventure borrowed the 689cc inline-two from the Yamaha MT-07 and XSR700 (on these bikes it develops 74.8 hp and 68 Nm).

Lovely new R1 cans from Harris

Thu, 30 Sep 2010

Harris Performance has just unveiled their new slip-on silencers and carbon composite heat shield for the 2009/10 Yamaha R1. Made to the usual Harris standards the cans are created from stainless steel and titanium. The silencers have fully removable baffles helping your R1 to breathe more easily and produce a fruity exhaust note.

Yamaha Gets Monster Energy MotoGP Team Sponsorship, Annuls Lorenzo’s RockStar Sponsorship Deal

Fri, 21 Dec 2012

Yamaha has reportedly signed energy drink maker Monster Energy to sponsor its factory MotoGP team, according to Spanish site The new sponsorship deal created a bit of a problem however, as Yamaha‘s star rider Jorge Lorenzo recently signed a two-year contact extension to his personal sponsorship deal with RockStar, a rival energy drink maker. To get around this sticky situation, MotoCuatro reports Yamaha will invoke a clause in Lorenzo’s contract allowing the manufacturer to veto and buy out his RockStar contract.