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2000 Yamaha YZ125, 2000 YAMAHA YZ125 - Just how much more dominant can one motorcycle get? Four straight 125 Supercross titles (1996-99). Four straight "125 of the Year" awards from Motocross Action. With success like this, you'd think Yamaha wouldn't change a thing. Think again. The 2000 YZ125 gets an all-new cylinder design, with a larger exhaust port and a reshaped YPVS power valve that work together for even greater low and mid-range muscle, while remapped ignition timing keeps this more potent powerplant firing with optimal precision. Yamaha has upped the ante in the transmission as well by using a more rigid clutch pressure plate, the same all-new adjustable clutch lever system found on the bigger bikes, and an involute spline drive axle set up for smoother, quicker up-shifting. While power is up, weight is down, courtesy of a new aluminum subframe and suspension internals. The 125 also gets the same chassis mods as its bigger siblings: independent high- and low-speed compression adjustability on the rear shock, new low-friction outer fork tubes, reshaped steering crown, even an all-new number plate.
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Moto blogFri, 24 Jun 2011
This ‘you tube’ gem sent to me recently brought back some funny memories from the scary but incredibly exciting days of 500cc two stroke racing. This particular race was the final round of the All Japan 500cc Championship at Tsukuba Circuit where I enjoyed a head to head battle with national hero Tadahiko Taira. Yamaha’s favourite son at the time, ‘tie wrap’ as we liked to call him, was taller and better looking than most Japanese riders (maybe a war baby?) and went on to win nearly everything in Japan during his career.Wed, 08 Jun 2011
Yamaha is bringing back the Majesty scooter as part of its 2012 lineup. The 395cc scooter was last offered as a 2010 model and it returns for 2012 with a new Charcoal color. Beyond that, the Majesty is unchanged, with its fuel-injected engine and V-belt CVT.Tue, 05 Mar 2013
Three-time and defending AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike Champion, Josh Hayes (above right), and 2012 AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike Rookie of the Year, Josh Herrin, are ready to debut new livery on their Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha YZF-R1 next week in Daytona. Joining them are 2012 AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike race winner, Cameron Beaubier, and 2012 AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport race winner, Garrett Gerloff, on their Yamaha Extended Service/Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha Daytona SportBike YZF-R6s. The four riders and their machines recently completed a photo session at Yamaha’s U.S.
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