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.
Earlier this month, Yamaha revealed an updated MT-09
The biggest news out of this year’s AIMExpo is the world premiere of the 2017 Yamaha
First Yamaha-commissioned custom built SCR950 makes its debut at AIMExpo
This morning at the AIMExpo, Yamaha took the wraps off of the 2017 FZ-09.
Yamaha revealed a new YZF-R6, adding new engine modes,
This test isn’t strictly about the performance – it’s about emotions.
Yamaha announced minor updates to its FZ-10, as well as a new SP variant with the YZF-R1M’s electronic suspension and TFT instrumentation.
Yamaha launched a new series of naked motorcycles in 2013 with the three-cylinder
Soon we’ll be assembling the combatants for our third naked bike shootout this year. Why another one? Because Yamaha’s
Actually the first minute or so of this vid is a great graphic
The introduction of Honda’s new Africa Twin has the potential of re-racking the pecking order in motorcycling’s hottest category: adventure touring.
Read between the lines – watch the video – and it seems pretty clear to us: this is the new YZF-R6.
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.