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2009 Yamaha Tmax 500 Scooter on 2040-motos

US $5,399.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:2 ColorColor: Yellow

O Fallon, Missouri, US

O Fallon, MO, US
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TypeType:Scooter VINVIN:JYASJO7Y69A002386 PhonePhone:3145600041

Yamaha Other description

2009 Yamaha Tmax 500 , One owner, no leaks, no dings, no scrapes, no scars, no damage history. 2909 trouble-free miles, all maintenance by dealer. Fresh battery spring of 2013. Smooth, dependable, reliable, fun. Engineering sweet-spot for simplicity, reliability, agility, comfort, and economy. Loves the highway, light on gas. 48+ mpg all around average. Storage locker can accommodate a full-face helmet, large laptop, a gallon of milk and two bags of groceries, or a family-size pizza from Papa Murphy's, just not all at the same time. Ideal for econo-commuting, grocery-runs, or running the curves on the back roads. No sissy bar to kick over, but nonchalantly outruns the shake'n'bakes. Did I mention it is quiet? Easy on the neighbors' ears. $5,399.00 3145600041

Moto blog

Japan Needs Your Help

Thu, 17 Mar 2011

By now, we’ve all seen pictures and video of the devastation in Japan following the March 11 earthquake and the ensuing tsunamis. Japan, of course, has contributed much to motorcycling, with the Big Four of Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha, as well as tire manufacturer Bridgestone, helmet companies Arai and Shoei and many other motorcycle industry stalwarts all coming from the Land of the Rising Sun. Jon Bekefy and Greg Hatton, two motorcycle enthusiasts, industry employees† and above all, humanitarians, have set up a fundraising campaign benefiting the Red Cross for relief efforts in Japan.

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Tue, 20 May 2014

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Back in the day, the All Japan 500cc Championship at Tsukuba

Fri, 24 Jun 2011

This ‘you tube’ gem sent to me recently brought back some funny memories from the scary but incredibly exciting days of 500cc two stroke racing. This particular race was the final round of the All Japan 500cc Championship at Tsukuba Circuit where I enjoyed a head to head battle with national hero Tadahiko Taira. Yamaha’s favourite son at the time, ‘tie wrap’ as we liked to call him, was taller and better looking than most Japanese riders (maybe a war baby?) and went on to win nearly everything in Japan during his career.