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2014 Yamaha Yz125 on 2040-motos

$6,290
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0
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Yamaha YZ description

2014 YAMAHA YZ125, 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 two-strokes are easier and cost less to maintain. A win-win for all the true moto fans out there.

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Bazzer at Oulton by Niall Mac

Tue, 28 Sep 2010

There is no question that the BSB paddock has been split over the radical new points scoring system introduced for 2010. That said, no one can argue that the formula hasn't worked as we are in for the most exciting season end at the Oulton Park triple header on the 9th/10th of October. There may only be six riders in the final shoot out but there are at least another six that can win races, ultimately spoiling the party for the championship hopefuls.

Yamalube Motor Oil Video is Educational, British, and Brainwashing

Tue, 16 Jun 2009

Yamaha Motor Europe have just posted a new video up on Youtube about their Yamalube motor oil and why you should use it on your Yamaha products.  They are pretty damn convincing or very good at brainwashing! The video is pretty educational, explaining how motorcycle engines and car engines are very different, what a motorcycle engine really needs, and why Yamalube is very well suited for the job. Various graphs, charts, shots of scientists making oil, and the accented British narrator have further convinced me that I need to get Yamalube and perhaps even be adding it into my morning bowl of cereal.

Haga Signs with Swan Yamaha to Race in 2012 British Superbike Championship

Mon, 13 Feb 2012

Noriyuki Haga is headed for the British Superbike Championship after signing on with the Swan Yamaha team to replace the injured Ian Hutchinson. Haga had been a mainstay on the World Superbike circuit for over a decade but after being unable to find a team for this season, the 36-year-old veteran will be plying his trade in the U.K. Haga will ride the Yamaha R1 alongside teammate and defending BSB Champion Tommy Hill.

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