this is my 1982 yamaha maxim. I got it bone stock and in a non running condition. my Dad and I have done absolutley everything to this bike, and a friend helped me make the Custom forward controls. enjoy.
SOLD-- 1978 Yamaha 750cc bobber chopper ratbike.MPG
SOLD-- for $2,200! Rat rod bobber 78 Yamaha 750cc triple xs converted to
rigid, custom seat, harley tank, kick and electric start, inverted bar,
SHAFT DRIVEN!! Very reliable, runs perfect, very loud and fun, lots of
attention. This is the first time I started it in about 3 weeks, just
rolled it out of the garage for the video. The electric start works great,
the battery is just weak on a cold start if not driven daily.
Bobber Build 79 Yamaha XS750
A friend gave me a bike, so I built a bobber. I've got about one month into
it so far. Test drive went well, handles great and its very comfortable.
I'll post more after its painted and polished. I'm up for paint idea's...?
'82 XJ750 maxim bobber on a budget!
My 1982 XJ750, was stock in the morning, but by lunchtime it looked like
this! cost about $100 to change it..ok its not great, but it's not bad!
2014 Yamaha FZ-09! Low-End Torque and an Intense Top-End Rush - On Two Wheels Ep. 47
Does gobs of low-end torque and an intense top-end rush sound appealing?
Then you're going to get a kick out of Yamaha's new FZ-09, which sports a
feisty 847cc inline-triple bolted into a bare-bones chassis. On this
episode of On Two Wheels, Motorcyclist magazine Road Test Editor Ari
Henning introduces you to the new Yamaha and gives a breakdown of it's
strengths and weaknesses.
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