Yamaha continues to attack the off-road motorcycle segment with its re-tooled WR450F and a competition-specific YZ450FX woods racer.
We revisit Colin Edwards’ Texas Tornado Boot Camp to see if its curriculum has evolved from a weekend of mini-bike thrills and spills into a legit riding school?
MotoUSA reports back after the first ride on the new 2016 Yamaha YZ250F. The 2016 model received revisions to the engine and chassis, boosting power and improving overall chassis balance and performance.
Last week, Yamaha celebrated its 60th anniversary as a motorcycle manufacturer hosting a party at its U.S. headquarters.
MotoUSA turns motos on Yamaha’s 2016 YZ450F. Read our first ride impression on the revised YZ450F.
For 2014 the Yamaha YZ250F is all-new and ready to fight for the top of the podium. Will it finally take the win? Read on to find out.
Can Yamaha’s WR250R still compete against Honda’s new CRF250L and Kawasaki’s tried-and-true KLX250S? Find out in this review.
Yamaha dirt bikes include the YZ450F and YZ250F motocrossers, as well as the 2-stroke YZ line. The WR enduro lineup is teamed with a TT-R model line. Yamaha dirt bikes are led by the YZ450F, which is campaigned by James Stewart in the AMA Motocross and Supercross series. The 450 MX machine is complemented by the YZ250F and a slew of 2-stroke YZs - one of the few manufacturers to produce the little smokers. Other Yamaha off-road motorcycles are the WR450 and WR250 enduros, as well as the TT-R line. The TW200 is a fun entry-level dual-sport, with the WR250X a purpose-built supermoto. History of Yamaha Motorcycles