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1999 Yamaha Road Star on 2040-motos

$3,999
YearYear:1999 MileageMileage:17251 ColorColor: Black
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Maumee, Ohio

Maumee, OH
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Fri, 28 Feb 2014

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AMA Superbike Racer Larry Pegram To Race On Four Wheels This Weekend

Thu, 08 Aug 2013

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Motocross Pioneer Pierre Karsmakers Elected To AMA Motorcycle Hall Of Fame

Fri, 20 Jun 2014

Pierre Karsmakers, one of the first European motocross champions to bring his expertise to America, has been elected to the AMA Motorcycle Hall Of Fame Class of 2014. A three-time motocross champion in his native Holland, Karsmakers came to the United States to gain wider exposure and attract the attention of the Japanese motorcycle makers. “All the Japanese (sponsorship) contracts were going to Belgian riders,” Karsmakers said.