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2009 Yamaha Road Star Silverado on 2040-motos

$8,995
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Maroon
Location:

Lecanto, Florida

Lecanto, FL
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Yamaha Road Star photos

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Yamaha Road Star tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(855) 734-1252

Yamaha Road Star description

2009 Yamaha Road Star Silverado, Road Star Silverado - 2009 Yamaha Road Star Silverado, Come in a see this Grand Touring edition Road Star Silverado. This is a bike that will look better in your garage than my shop. Take it home today.

Moto blog

Michael Alan Duff/Michelle Ann Duff

Wed, 29 Dec 2010

Spotted the link to this short film on a Dutch blog. It's beautifully shot/directed and captures GP rider Mike Duff's recovery from a horrific hip and pelvis injury suffered at the Japanese GP which cost him a six month stay in hospital. Watching him push-start makes you wince just imagining the pain he must have been in.

Yamaha to Open Plant in Pakistan

Thu, 04 Aug 2011

Yamaha is reportedly planning to open a new manufacturing facility in Pakistan. According to the Associated Press of Pakistan, Yamaha would invest $150 million in the new 50 acre facility, to be located in Karachi, Pakistan’s main seaport and financial hub. The plant would produce motorcycles for the Pakistani market, as well as models to be exported to other Commonwealth of Independent States nations.

The perfect classified advert

Fri, 21 Jun 2013

Forget “One careful owner, low mileage, full service history” – when it comes to penning classifieds we can all learn from Kyle Miller and Joe Strachila who’ve plundered their marketing genius to come up with the best scooter advert we’ve ever seen. The pair, from Seattle, became an internet sensation last year when they created a hyperbole-packed ad for $700-worth of frankly rubbish 1995 Pontiac Grand-Am. Now they’ve pulled the same trick to get rid of a Y2K Yamaha SH50 (the comically-named ‘Razz’), advertising it on Cragslist as “the fulfilment of your wildest fantasies”.