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1410, 2019

Yamaha IT 425 Supermoto

By |October 14th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Yamaha IT 425 Supermoto

Only available in 1980, the Yamaha IT425 put professional performance within reach of regular consumers and enduro enthusiasts. The engine, based on the one from the YZ400 motocrosser, offered 46 bhp at 6500 rpm. That’s pretty stout, considering the bike

810, 2019

Yamaha IT200 Yellow Frame Special

By |October 8th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Yamaha IT200 Yellow Frame Special

This post details the restoration of an 1986 Yamaha IT200 that I bought with my Dad over the Thankgiving holiday. When we found it it was in pretty sad shape overall. The engine had no compression, the rear frame loop

210, 2019

1992 YAMAHA WR500

By |October 2nd, 2019|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on 1992 YAMAHA WR500

Today, 500cc two-stroke motocross bikes are looked back on, mostly by people who never raced them in anger, with rose-colored glasses. That rosy vision is clouded by a veil of gauze. The 500’s aura wasn’t based on brand participation, fan

909, 2019

Yamaha IT 175 Resto Japan

By |September 9th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Yamaha IT 175 Resto Japan

IT175 restoration work end commemorative photo's. I'm going to finish it as per the 1980s model IT175 work that came to Stars in a strange encounter more than half a year ago and ride on my feet... to finish it

909, 2019

Vintage Yamaha Rotec Pro DH Bike

By |September 9th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Vintage Yamaha Rotec Pro DH Bike

Here's a once in a life time professionally restored DH mountain bike! It is a 1998 Rotec Professional Downhill bike, that has been fully restored/upgraded by  It has not been ridden since the restoration! All parts are either new, NOS,

909, 2019

Off The Wall Yamaha WR500

By |September 9th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Off The Wall Yamaha WR500

The combination of dual sport tires and clip-ons on this Yamaha will probably leave some of our readers clutching their chests. And builder Art Henschell is totally down with that. He’s even emblazoned this Yamaha WR500 with a big, fat