The Japanese company was well known for its musical instruments, but in 1955 it began producing motorcycles. It began with simple and inexpensive machines but has grown to its position as a powersports powerhouse, offering some of the best sportbikes, cruisers and off-road bikes on the market. It ranks second only to Honda as the leader among Japanese manufacturers.
Yamaha has gotten good use out of its popular Bolt line, giving us the Bolt R-Spec, Bolt C-Spec, and now, the SCR950 Scrambler.
For the SCR, Yamaha took the popular Bolt model, stirred in some select features from the C-Spec, reimagined it as a Scrambler.
It’s not like Yamaha is simply cruising to an easy victory in the value category year after year – the FZ-07 really is a fantastic motorcycle at a spectacular price.
Yamaha announced a new scooter model for the Vietnam market called the Janus. Available in three different trim levels, the Janus uses the 125cc Blue Core
It’s more than a little ironic that Yamaha, the company that ushered
Listen to that Crossplane crank howl!
Any MO readers over the age of 40 probably have fond memories of watching Wayne Rainey make his magic happen on the best-looking
Yamaha’s not messing around with its new streetfighter
Suzuki’s 2017 SV650 Takes on the Yamaha FZ-07 and KTM 690 Duke
Who would’ve thought Yamaha would have more off-road specific competition models than all three of their Japanese rivals combined?
The Yamaha MT-10 arrives in North America with a new name: FZ-10.
Yamaha revealed a new scrambler version of the Bolt with the new SCR950 joining the brand’s Sport Heritage family.
The California Air Resources Board has certified the Yamaha FZ-10 as a 2017 model.
Yamaha’s 847cc Triple hasn’t failed to impress since its 2014 introduction