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The Yamaha StoryYamaha was founded in 1887 as a manufacturer of musical instruments. Read more...
Yamaha FS1eThe Yamaha FS1e ‘fizzy’ was one of the 70s’ most famous sports mopeds. Produced between 1972 and 1980, the FS1e was many a 16-year-old’s dream. Until 1977, when the UK government introduced a 30 mph speed restriction, the unrestricted model could reach around 45 mph and return nearly 100 mpg.
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DragstarYamaha has produced a range of long-wheelbase cruisers from 125cc right up to 1100cc – the most popular of which is the XVS650. Combining a rigid rear end with a monoshock suspension system for the seats, a Yamaha DragStar looks every bit a traditional cruiser, but with real comfort for the rider and passenger.
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Yamaha DTOne of the manufacturer’s undisputed classics, the Yamaha DT range has run for over 30 years – from the DT-1’s launch in 1968, to the mid-2000s. The launch started the world boom in off-road bikes, also known as trail bikes, that would lead to Yamaha manufacturing over 400,000 of the iconic 250cc DT-1, alone.
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