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2013 Yamaha Zuma 50 on 2040-motos

$2,289
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: BLACK
Location:

APPLETON, Wisconsin

APPLETON, WI
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TypeType:Moped PhonePhone:(877) 754-4050

Yamaha Other description

2013 YAMAHA ZUMA 50, We are a full line dealer for Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo, Can-Am, Ariens snow blowers, and Yamaha.Availability:Availability of units may vary, as we are a full retail store. Please call or email to ensure availability. Communication: Please feel free to contact us via email/phone. You can reach us at 1-800-300-7134; Please ask for Sales Fees:Prices that do not reflect the sale price TITLE, TAX, REGISTRATIONDOCUMENTATION FEES $69.99 Our store hours: Monday 9:00 8:00Tuesday 9:00 5:00Wednesday 9:00 5:00Thursday 9:00 8:00Friday 9:00 5:00Saturday 9:00 3:00Sunday Closed ClosedWe are closed on all major holidays.

Moto blog

David Stanton Charity Trackday Raises $75,000

Fri, 22 Nov 2013

The generosity of the motorcycling community shone brightly on Monday, as riders, fans, friends and enthusiasts took part in a charity track day at Sonoma Raceway hosted by 3J’s Motorcycle Track Days, raising $75,000. The charity track day was to benefit David Stanton, a Bay Area resident and long-time American Federation of Motorcyclists (AFM) competitor, who was paralyzed after a racing crash in June. In all, more than 400 people participated in the track day, attended the evening reception or stopped by to give Stanton their best wishes.

Yamaha Releases Tricity Three-Wheel Scooter In Thailand

Tue, 25 Mar 2014

Yamaha has officially released the much anticipated Tricity three-wheeler in the Thai market. Billed as the first Yamaha production vehicle that “represents our long-term vision of a ‘growing world of personal mobility,’” the Tricity is a world model, manufactured in Thailand, with plans for sales to begin in Europe and Japan by the end of 2014. Powered by a 125cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected Single, the Tricity is aimed at the congested urban streets of many metropolitan areas.

Charges Laid Against Suspect for 185 mph Yamaha R1 YouTube Video

Fri, 13 Jul 2012

Remember that video on YouTube about the rider going 185 mph on a highway in Canada? The video went viral and eventually led to the seizure of a Yamaha R1 and $1,449 (Canadian) in traffic tickets issued to its owner. In April, police in Saanich, British Columbia believed they had enough evidence to seize the R1 and issued tickets to the registered owner for speeding, operating without due care and attention, and operating without insurance.