me on my Yamaha YZ 125 from 89.
song name: fatboy slim - push the tempo
that guy in de middle with the other music is my brother.
and if you think that's supposed to be a wheelie.. it aint, I never practice wheelies, so I just cant. it's just an autowheelie...
if I watch this video again, I see it runs bad. watch my latest vid. after rebuilding the bike
1983 Yamaha YZ125 Brought Back From The Dead!!
Update 2/9/12: Just sold the bike for $550. Really need cash. As much as i
hated to sell it i feel i got great use out of it. It was a beastly little
old machine. In the end the bike was a little underpowered for me, but
never failed me and was a great machine. I would definatly recommend this
bike to anyone!!
Update 6/12/11: Ive finally taken the bike out twice and it runs
fantastic!!!! Needs fork seals but other than that its great. I love riding
this thing. Feels good to get on a bike again. Enough power for the type of
riding i do. If anyone knows where i can find a 6 cup paddle for an 18''
rim let me know. Im going to oceano dunes and i want to try it out there.
No hard riding as a 125 is not very good for sand. just to play around on.
This is my 1983 Yamaha YZ125. The bike has not been in service since 1989
or 1990 i believe. I got it for free from a friend. His grandpa bought it
new in 1983 so its been in his family since new. When i got it home i
cleaned out the carb, put fresh gas/oil, a new ngk plug, refilled the
radiators, and refilled the trans with gear oil. started in 4 kicks. Not
bad!! In this video I had not started the bike in a little over a month or
so. I didnt have the choke on either and it was dead cold!! I just need a
new chain, brake lever and an air filter and I'll be able to test her out.
Another old bike saved from the junk yard!!!