Yamaha of Yesterday.
1993 TZ250M 0WF3. While the majority of Yamaha’s Grand Prix road racing motorcycles were “YZR” models, the 1993 TZ250M was an anomaly since... it was based on the TZ250 production roadracer available at the time. The TZ250M’s single-crankshaft, two-stroke, V-twin engine was inherited from the 1990 YZR250 on which American John Kocinski won the 250cc Grand Prix World Championship. As a result of three years of refinement, the bike offered superb acceleration and power characteristics, and the chassis and suspension featured many special parts that differed from the production racer. In his rookie season, Tetsuya Harada won four races, which earned him the 1993 250cc Grand Prix World Championship. http://yamaha.us/fMotoGP500 #YamahaofYesterday #ThrowbackThursday
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Prepare to connect with your bike like never before. The all-new 2018 Yamaha YZ450F with electric start is the world’s first and only production MX bike with a ...revolutionary power tuner smartphone app that lets you dial in engine settings for your specific style and conditions. The result? A connection so intuitive, your bike instantly responds to your every command – and puts you in the victorYZone. http://yamaha.us/fYZ450F
Introducing an all-new Yamaha transcontinental tourer that combines powerful, 1854cc fuel-injected V-Twin performance, state-of-the-art infotainment technology,... the ultimate in rider/passenger comfort and heart-pounding style. Plus, exclusive electric Sure-Park™ system that lets you easily maneuver the bike forward and back. The all-new 2018 Yamaha Star Venture. #JourneyFurther http://yamaha.us/fVenture
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