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2009 Yamaha Warrior on 2040-motos

$9,800
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: SILVER
Location:

Dallas, Texas

Dallas, TX
2009 Yamaha Warrior , $9,800, image 1

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2009 Yamaha Warrior, Was $13190, Now 9800.00

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2014 AMA Supercross – San Diego Results

Mon, 10 Feb 2014

James Stewart captured his first AMA Supercross win of the season, leading all 20 laps before a crowd of 56,828 fans at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Calif. The Yoshimura Suzuki rider becomes the fourth different winner of  the season in the 450 class through six rounds. The news was less positive for last week’s winner Chad Reed.

Colin Edwards Punks Ricky Carmichael and Ashley Fiolek in Progressive International Motorcycle Shows Promo – Video

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Yamaha Announces AMA Road Racing Teams For 2013

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Today, Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA, has announced its U.S. road racing teams to compete in the 2013 GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Racing season, which kicks off in March at the famed Daytona International Speedway.  Superbike In the AMA Pro National Guard Superbike division, Yamaha is fielding “Team Josh,” as three-time and defending class champion, Josh Hayes once again teams up with Josh Herrin, the 2012 AMA Rookie of the Year. Despite setting single-season records for the most SuperBike wins, the most consecutive SuperBike wins, and the most SuperBike poles, the elder Josh hasn’t lost any of his competitive fire. During the off-season, Josh signed a two-year contract to stay with Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha because he loves the team and he still feels that he’s got a lot of unfinished business to attend to.