Rather than mess with success Yamaha revives one of its greatest classics with the return of the kickstart-only SR400 ($5990).
After re-inventing the wheel five years ago, Yamaha gets back to the basics with the latest iteration of its YZ450F motocrosser.
MotoUSA contributing editor Neale Bayly happens on a lightly crashed 2005 Yamaha R6 - an ideal platform upon which to build into an affordable, real-world trackday bike.
Yamaha brings back one of its classics with the return of its retro-styled SR400. We take it for a quick spin around the crowded streets of Venice, California.
Following a year of significant updates in 2014, Yamaha opts for some subtle changes on its 2015 YZ250F. Do the tweaks help make the machine stronger on track? Check out this first ride to find out.
The latest teaser video from Yamaha confirms the forthcoming EICMA model release is a new R1 superbike.
Yamaha revealed two new off-road machines during the 2014 AIMExpo, both based on the championship-winning YZ250F, the trail-ready WR250F and cross country racer YZ250FX.
Yamaha revealed a new café inspired Star Bolt during the 2014 AIMExpo, the C-Spec. Star also announced Bullet Cowl versions of its Raider and Stryker models as well.
Yamaha announces its new Yamaha R3, an entry-level sportbike powered by a 321cc Parallel Twin and bearing a $4990 MSRP.
Yamaha revives its XJR1300 platform for 2015 with two versions inspired by custom builders, the standard XJR1300 and XJR1300 Racer.