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2012 Yamaha Road Star Silverado S, 2012 Yamaha Road Star Silverado S Bag a truly major classic. Fill up the 4.7-gallon fuel tank, plant your feet on the floating floorboards and let that big 102-cubic inch fuel-injected V-twin have its head. Medium-size adjustable windshield. Color-matched hard sidebags. Touring saddle and passenger seat with backrest. You're ready to go. The Road Star Silverado S adds chrome accents and more. Features Electronic fuel injection ensures easy cold starting and flawless fuel delivery at nearly all altitudes and in nearly any conditions. A medium-size adjustable windshield enhances riding experience by keeping wind and weather off the rider. Color-matched locking hard sidebags look great and provide ample storage for traveling. Touring rider seat and passenger seat with backrest is shaped for roominess and extended long-range comfort. Power is not a problem for the long-legged 102-cubic-inch V-twin, and belt final drive passes it to the rear wheel with maximum efficiency. The Road Star Silverado S gets chrome accents to the front end including: standard passing lamps, chrome switchgear, front brake master cylinder, front fork and levers. Estimated 36 mpg* means this cruiser is in for a long haul between fill-ups. Stainless steel braided throttle and clutch cables. Industry-leading Star family fit and finish feature rich, lustrous paint and extensive chrome accents that create a machine as stunning as it is powerful. Ultra-thin, tank-mounted speedometer features a stylish design and provides easy reading of odometer, dual tripmeters, clock and fuel gauge as well as low fuel, high beam, turn signal, neutral and engine diagnostic indicator lights. LED taillight and clear turn signal lenses with amber bulbs for a custom look, great visibility and reduced current draw.
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Moto blogThu, 30 May 2013
Yamaha has released a video teasing a new model it claims “is about to change the sport motorcycle world.” The video, called “The Dark Side Of Japan“, reveals little detail about the new model but promises all will be unveiled June 11. The video includes images from Japan’s vibrant nightlife and lively sub-culture,with youths in costume and exotic hair and makeup dancing in clubs. The new model will reflect this side of Japan, with Yamaha calling it a “new kind of brutal animal”.Mon, 07 May 2012
Ryan Dungey scored his fourth win of the season but it was not enough to take second place in the points race behind champion Ryan Villopoto. That honor went to JGRMX Yamaha‘s Davi Millsaps who placed second to Dungey in the season-ending race at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. Dungey took the holeshot and led every lap to take the win for Red Bull KTM.Tue, 24 Nov 2009
NO IT'S NOT an illusion: you're looking at the 1981 Yamaha OW53, ridden by double World Champion Barry Sheene in the first three rounds of the '81 500GP championship. The bike's owner, aircraft engineering entrepreneur Chris Wilson, has lent the £100,000 GP machine to Visordown for our stand at this year's NEC Motorcycle Show - 27th November to 6th December 2009. Sheene raced the bike in the 1981 championship, where he finished fourth at Salzburgring, sixth at Hockenheim and third at Monza.
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