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2009 Yamaha Yzf R6 Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $8,299.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:16 ColorColor: White
Location:

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Louisville, KY, US
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Yamaha YZF photos

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Yamaha YZF tech info

TypeType:Sportbike Stock NumberStock Number:018077 PhonePhone:8889788742

Yamaha YZF description

2009 Yamaha YZF R6, The engineers at Yamaha had 2 main goals when they designed the R6. To be the most exciting bike to race on the track and to be the most fun sport bike to ride on a winding road. Even at full lean, the R6 allows the rider to dial up the throttle and sling shot out of a corner. Confidence, agility, performance and fun.

Moto blog

Valentino Rossi Works at the Yamaha Offices when not Winning Everything

Tue, 07 Jul 2009

Yamaha Motor Europe has recently posted up on YouTube a delightful video about their riders.  Their secret for being so good at what they do is that they totally immerse themselves in Yamaha by working at the Yamaha offices. Hilarity ensues. James Toseland works the mail room, while Colin Edwards does security, quoting Eric Cartman from a 10 year-old-South Park episode.  Jorge Lorenzo is washing windows and Valentino Rossi is working the front desk.

Yamaha Recruits Indonesian Girl Group to Sell Mio J Scooter

Tue, 28 Feb 2012

  Would you buy a scooter from these young Asian women wearing schoolgirl uniforms? Yamaha Indonesia hopes you would. This is JKT48, a 28-member all-girl pop group based in Jakarta, and the new spokespersons for the 115cc Yamaha Mio J scooter.

The horrendous reality of restoring a 'classic'

Tue, 31 Aug 2010

It was with much excitement – displaced or not – that my freshly rebuilt 1976 SR500 Yamaha fired into life at the second kick this weekend. I say second kick. It was actually the thirty second kick – thirty of those spent frothing up a heady sweat until I realised the main fuel pipe was kinked to buggery.