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2011 Yamaha Road Star S S Cruiser on 2040-motos

US $13,390.00
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US
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Yamaha Road Star tech info

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Yamaha Road Star description

2011 YAMAHA Road Star S, FUEL INJECTION PERFECTION The Road Star S is one of the most customized, air-cooled V-twins in the business...and with good reason too. It simply looks good, due mostly to the classic appeal of that hardtail-looking steel frame and all the classic-looking hardware that goes with it. The Road Star S gets chrome accents to the front end including chrome switchgear, front brake master cylinder, front fork and levers.

Moto blog

Yamaha Recaps Josh Hayes’ 2011 AMA Superbike Championship [Video]

Tue, 22 Nov 2011

Yamaha released a video looking back at Josh Hayes’ 2011 AMA Superbike season culminating with his second consecutive championship. The video takes a round-by-round look back at the season as Hayes and his Yamaha R1 duked it out with essentially a phalanx of Suzuki GSX-R1000 riders led by seven-race winner Blake Young. Highlights include the hard-fought duel between Hayes and Young at Mid-Ohio, Hayes and Tommy Hayden swapping the lead on the final lap at Laguna Seca and the title-clinching finale at New Jersey Motorsports Park.

The Early History Of The Yamaha Champions Riding School

Mon, 22 Sep 2014

This just in from the Yamaha Champions Riding School. And if you believe it, we have some snake oil to sell you… The Yamaha Champions Riding School didn’t just spring from the tarmac like a jack-in-the-box with light rebound damping. No.

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).