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Yamaha Classic & Collector Motorcycles

Yamaha Classic Collector Motorcycles

Yamaha motorcycles were founded in 1955 by the Japanese company Yamaha, which had been in production since the late 1800su001abeginning with musical instruments and expanding to motorised products. Since then, the Yamaha motorcycle has become a household name and synonymous with quality and performance. Yamaha classic collector bikes and motorcycles have become collectors items for keen enthusiasts.

Trusted Motorcycle Brand

Yamahas reliable and quality products have gained great standing in the motorcycle community. With 39 world championships behind it, as well as countless other awards, it certainly knows what it is doing. With its products originally designed to be reliable, affordable and efficient transport after WW2 for Japanese citizens, there has always been a strong focus on performance.

Variety of Yamaha Motorcycles

Producing touring, off-road racing and racing bikes, Yamaha has most types of motorcycle enthusiasts covered. Regularly reviewing, updating and upgrading its products, it continuously seeks to improve each motorbike.

Yamaha YDS-3 Motorcycle

The YDS-3 was released in the 1960s to immediate acclaim, and has remained one of Yamahas most desirable collectors cycles up until today. Built for road riding, its two-stroke engine delivered an easy start up, whilst superlative steering ensured it was nimble around corners, leaving its opposition in the dust. There were several improvements to the YDS-3 through the years with alterations made to take into account the American market also, such as high, wide handlebars and chunky tyres. These motorcycles hold their value well as they are rare collectable items.

Yamaha Collector Motorcycle Accessories

Theres plenty of accessories to complement, restore and upgrade your motorcycle. Engine guards, exhaust pipes, number plates and other accessories are available, both brand new and also vintage. Accessories enable you to place your own personal stamp of style on your bike and make it uniquely yours.

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