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2013 Yamaha Yz125 Mx on 2040-motos

US $6,290.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Two-tone Team Yamaha Blue / Wh
Location:

Darien, Wisconsin, US

Darien, WI, US
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Yamaha YZ tech info

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Yamaha YZ description

2013 Yamaha YZ125, NEW 2013 YZ125 TWO-SMOKER - RETURN TO YOUR ROOTS The YZ125 is the perfect transition from a YZ85 to a YZ250F! One ride and you will be amazed at the light handling and the simple fun the YZ125 provides. Plus, YZ 2-strokes are easier and cost less to maintain. A win-win for all the true moto fans out there.

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Yamaha XTW250 RYOKU Concept at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show

Fri, 02 Dec 2011

Of the concept models Yamaha announced it would introduce at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, it was the heavy-duty looking XTW250 RYOKU concept that drew the most attention from our readers. Here we have new photographs of Yamaha’s “SUV motorcycle” from the show floor of the Tokyo Motor Show courtesy of Colum Wood, editor of our sister site Autoguide.com, who was in attendance. Yamaha describes the XTW250 RYOKU concept as an “unrestricted, anytime, anywhere” mobility vehicle offering performance, operability the capacity to carry heavy loads.

New 2012 Yamaha Zuma 50F Four-Stroke Scooter Unveiled

Wed, 08 Jun 2011

Yamaha unveiled the new 2012 Zuma 50F four-stroke scooter, the replacement for the two-stroke Zuma. The new 2012 Yamaha Zuma 50F is powered by a 49cc liquid-cooled fuel injected four-stroke engine, an update from the 2011 Zuma’s 49cc air-cooled carbureted two-stroke engine. According to Yamaha, the Zuma 50F claims an estimated 132 mpg compared to the two-stroke Zuma’s claimed 123 mpg.

Yamaha Named Official Motorcycle Of Road America

Thu, 02 May 2013

The economic downturn hit the motorcycle world particularly hard, as many factory-backed road racing efforts closed shop. The decision, while unfortunate, isn’t hard to understand, as racing at the highest levels isn’t cheap, and a factory involvement means added pressure to succeed, which ultimately means spending more money to do so. Through it all, however, Yamaha has remained involved with the sport, fielding factory teams and sponsoring various riding schools and even racetracks.

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