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2013 Yamaha Tw200 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Two-tone White / Blue

Santa Rosa, California

Santa Rosa, CA
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2013 Yamaha TW200, Call Chad (888) 671-6993 / EZ Qualify Financing / Trades Welcome!YOUR DUAL PURPOSE PARTNER
The TW200 features a long-lasting, reliable engine, electric start and full street equipment for comfortable on- and off-road capability. Plus its extra low seat height and simple, ease-of-use inspires confidence.

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Tommy Aquino Draws Moto2 Wild Card for Indianapolis Grand Prix

Thu, 21 Jun 2012

Former AMA Daytona Sportbike racer Tommy Aquino is coming back to the U.S. to compete as a wild card entry in the Moto2 race at the 2012 Indianapolis Grand Prix. The California native has been racing in Spain’s CEV Moto2 class this season for Canadian-owned FOGI Racing this year.

MotoGP to Hold Official Test in Argentina; South American Nation Returning to Calendar for 2014

Thu, 11 Apr 2013

Dorna Sports announced there will be a MotoGP test at Argentina’s Circuito Internacional Termas de Rio Hondo in July to allow teams to prepare for the track’s expected addition to the 2014 MotoGP calendar. Argentina was actually supposed to join the MotoGP tour this season, but the round was scrapped because of a dispute between the country and Spain after the Argentine government seized control of a Repsol subsidiary. Repsol is, of course, a prominent sponsor of several teams including Honda‘s factory team.

Think You’re a Smooth Rider? Yamaha’s SmartRiding App Will Prove It

Fri, 04 Oct 2013

Yamaha has released a new app that records and evaluates riding habits. The free Yamaha SmartRiding app (available now in the App store) uses the Apple devices sensors to measure basic telemetry to evaluate how smoothly you handle curves. The app requires the device to be firmly fixed to the motorcycle in either a vertical or horizontal arrangement (the app is compatible with iPhones, iPods and iPads, though I’m not sure how many people will mount a tablet to their motorcycle).