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List of motorcycles manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company


First bikesEdit

Yamaha YA-1 00

Yamaha YA-1

  • YA-1 built August 1954, produced January 1955. The first bike manufactured by Yamaha; it had an air-cooled, 2 stroke, single cylinder 125 cc engine[1]
  • YC-1 (1956) was the second bike manufactured by Yamaha; it was a 175 cc single cylinder two-stroke.[1]
  • YD-1 (1957) Yamaha began production of its first 250 cc, two-stroke twin, the YD1.[1]
  • MF-1 (1958) 50 cc, two-stroke, single cylinder, step through street bike[1]
  • DT-1 (1968) The world's first true[clarification needed] off-road motorcycle debuted in 1968 to create an entirely new genre we know today as trail bikes. The DT-1 made a huge impact on motorcycling because it was truly dirt worthy.[1]

Road bikesEdit

2 strokeEdit

Yamaha RX modified

A (modified) Yamaha RX100

4 strokeEdit

Yamaha-XJ600-1996.triddle

1996 Yamaha XJ600 Diversion / Seca II

2006 Yamaha Royal Star Venture

2006 Royal Star Venture Royal Star Venture

Step-throughs, scooters, maxi-scooters (2 & 4 stroke)Edit

Some of these step-throughs and scooters are made for Southeast Asian markets, where they are known as underbones.

  • Lagenda series (Asia)
  • Yamaha LC50 (Asia)
  • Yamaha MJ50 (Asia)
  • Yamaha V90 (Asia)
  • Yamaha C3 50cc (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Lexam (Vietnam)
  • Yamaha Nouvo (Asia)
  • Yamaha Mio (Asia)
  • Yamaha Sirius (Asia)
  • Yamaha V-IXION (Asia)
  • Yamaha X-1 (Asia)
  • Yamaha X-1R (Thailand)
  • Yamaha Chappy (Asia)
  • Yamaha Aerox R 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Aerox TY race replica 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Beluga
  • Yamaha BJ 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha BW's NBA 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BW's 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BWs Naked 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BW's 12 inch 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BW's Next Generation 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Giggle 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha JogR 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha JogRR 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha JogRR MotoGP 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Jog Deluxe 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Jog ZR 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Jog Poche 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Neo's 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Neo's 4-Stroke 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Slider Naked 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Why 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Vino Classic 50 cc (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Zuma 50 cc (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Vox 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Vino 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Molte Vino 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha U7E
  • Yamaha RX-Z 135
  • Y125Z (Asia)
  • Vino 125 (U.S.)
  • Zuma 125 (U.S.)
  • Y135LC|Y135LC/Spark 135/Sniper (Asia)

Maxi-scooters (4 stroke)Edit

Majesty 125

One of the smallest of Yamaha's maxi-scooters: Majesty 125

Large scooters with more than 125 cc, and a large chassis and protection from the elements, are very popular in the E.U., Japan, and the US.

  • Yamaha Axis Grand 100 cc(Japan)
  • Yamaha CygnusX 125 cc (E.U./Japan)
  • Yamaha CygnusX SR 125 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Majesty 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Vity 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha X-City 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BLACK X-MAX 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha X-MAX 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha X-City 250 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BLACK X-MAX 250 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha X-MAX 250 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Maxam 250 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Morphous 250 (CP250VL) (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Majesty 125 cc
  • Yamaha Majesty 250 cc (Japan)
  • YP400 Majesty / ABS (E.U./U.S.)
  • Yamaha Grand Majesty 400 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha TMAX / ABS (E.U./U.S.)
  • Yamaha BLACK TMAX / ABS (E.U.)

Motorcycles (racing)Edit

Off-road bikesEdit

Motorbike rider mono

A Yamaha motocross bike on display at Phillip Island

Stefan Merriman

Former World Enduro Champion Stefan Merriman on a Yamaha

Trail bike (road oriented)Edit

2 strokeEdit

4 strokeEdit

Trail bike (dirt oriented)Edit

2 strokeEdit

4 strokeEdit

EnduroEdit

2 strokeEdit

4 strokeEdit

TrialsEdit

MotocrossEdit

Yam PW50

A Yamaha kids bike for beginners.

Yam PW80

A Yamaha kids bike for slightly bigger kids.

2 strokeEdit

4 strokeEdit

Electric motorcycles and scootersEdit

See also: Electric motorcycle

Concept/prototype motorcyclesEdit

Yamaha FC-me

A Yamaha FC-me

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 http://www.starmotorcycles.com/star/company/historyhome/home.aspx
  2. Robert Smith (July/August 2007). "1982 Yamaha XJ650RJ Seca". Motorcycle Classics. Retrieved on 2009-08-11.
  3. 3.0 3.1

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