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2009 Yamaha Yzfr6 Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $7,988.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:3 ColorColor: WHITE/RED
Location:

PENINSULA, Ohio, US

PENINSULA, OH, US
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Yamaha YZF photos

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Yamaha YZF tech info

TypeType:Sportbike Stock NumberStock Number:31237 PhonePhone:8887390959

Yamaha YZF description

2009 YAMAHA YZFR6, 2009 YAMAHA YZFR6 PENINSULA LOCATION YZFR6 WITH 3293 MILESSTK#31237WHITE/RED

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Kenny Roberts Joins Inaugural American International Motorcycle Expo

Fri, 06 Sep 2013

We’ve posted several articles over the past few months about the inaugural American International Motorcycle Expo (AIME) because the motorcycling public is invited to attend what looks like an industry/trade show. And we’re not the only ones excited to check it out. Kenny Roberts, perhaps the best-known American motorcycle racer of all time, has signed on to the AIME show as “American International Motorcycle Champion.” In this role, Roberts will serve as the proverbial face of AIMExpo, joining in the celebration of the inaugural show with the entire powersports marketplace – industry, trade, media and consumers.

2014 AMA Supercross – Atlanta Results

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KTM‘s Ken Roczen continues to impress, taking his second AMA Supercross win of his 450-class rookie season at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Roczen, who also won the season opening Anaheim 1 round, took advantage of a mistake by Kawasaki‘s Ryan Villopoto to take the win and move within nine points of the defending champion in the rider standings. The main event started with Smartop Motoconcepts Suzuki rider Mike Alessi taking the holeshot for his best start this season.

Kenny Roberts Rides 1980 Yamaha YZR500 Around Laguna Seca [Video]

Fri, 16 Sep 2011

Kenny Roberts is a true icon of motorcycle roadracing, being the first American to win a 500cc world title, then collecting two more before he moved on to team management. “Without Kenny, we might not be here,” said Colin Edwards, former World Superbike champion and current MotoGP rider, in the below video. “He was the godfather that brought us all over to Europe and showed us more or less that it was possible.