Most Iconic and Legendary Yamaha Motorcycles

The Yamaha RD two-stroke models like the RD250 and RD350 defined small-bore performance in the 1970s

RD Series

With its muscular and aggressive styling, the powerful V-Max muscle bike made a huge impact after its 1985 debut and inspired a devoted cult following.


Yamaha's revolutionary 1984 FJ1200 sports-tourer featured liquid cooling, four valve per cylinder heads


When the R1 arrived in 1998, it redefined open-class supersports with its light weight, high power and aggressive handling 


 The legendary XT500 "tenere" dual sport of the late 1970s showcased Yamaha's strong off-road development 


Yamaha's game-changing YZ250 motocross bike of the mid-1970s, with its single overhead cam and long-travel suspension


tar of many 1980s chopper movies, the XV750 Virago cruiser with its V-twin engine and low seat defined the muscular styling statement


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