Yamaha Motorcycles


Here the name list of Yamaha motorcycle/motorbike series.

Yamaha CR5

The Yamaha SR400 (1978-) and SR500 (1978-1999) are single-cylinder, air-cooled, two-passenger motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Yamaha Motor Company as a street version of the Yamaha XT500 — with a standard riding posture and styling resembling the Universal Japanese Motorcycles of the 1970s.

Yamaha CS3

The Yamaha CS30/CS30L is an analog keyboard synthesizer that was released in 1977. It is the top of the range in Yamaha's original line-up of monophonic synthesizers, others in the range being the CS5, CS10 and CS15. It features two voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs), two voltage controlled filters (VCFs - both featuring low-pass, band-pass and high-pass options), two voltage controlled amplifiers (VCAs) and three envelope generators.

Yamaha CS5

The Yamaha CS2x is a sample-based synthesizer released by the Yamaha Corporation in 1999. The CS2x is designed for maximum real-time control, according to Yamaha.

Yamaha DS7

The Yamaha DS7 motorcycle was made in 1972 for one year. It is a 250cc twin 2 stroke. The DS7 makes 30 hp @ 7,500 rpm.

Yamaha TDR50

The Yamaha TDR 250 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha between 1988 and 1993. It is powered by a two-stroke parallel twin engine utilizing the Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS).

Yamaha TDR80

The Yamaha TDR 250 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha between 1988 and 1993. It is powered by a two-stroke parallel twin engine utilizing the Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS).

Yamaha AT-1

The Yamaha KT100 is a 100 cc two-stroke cycle kart engine made by Yamaha that has also been adapted for ultralight aircraft use.

Yamaha CT-1

The Yamaha KT100 is a 100 cc two-stroke cycle kart engine made by Yamaha that has also been adapted for ultralight aircraft use.

Yamaha DT50M

The Yamaha DT50M was the entry level 50cc in the Yamaha DT series. Production started 1978 and ended 1981.

Yamaha DT50MX

The Yamaha DT50MX is the most common 50cc in the Yamaha DT series. It superseded the DT50M when introduced in June 1981 and can easily be identified by its Mono-Cross(MX) rear suspension with a silver painted square-section rear swinging arm and a more angular tank as opposed to the more rounded one found on the M variant.

Yamaha DT50R

The Yamaha DT50MX is the most common 50cc in the Yamaha DT series. It superseded the DT50M when introduced in June 1981 and can easily be identified by its Mono-Cross(MX) rear suspension with a silver painted square-section rear swinging arm and a more angular tank as opposed to the more rounded one found on the M variant.

Yamaha DT50X

The Yamaha DT50MX is the most common 50cc in the Yamaha DT series. It superseded the DT50M when introduced in June 1981 and can easily be identified by its Mono-Cross(MX) rear suspension with a silver painted square-section rear swinging arm and a more angular tank as opposed to the more rounded one found on the M variant.

Yamaha DT80MX

The Yamaha DT50MX is the most common 50cc in the Yamaha DT series. It superseded the DT50M when introduced in June 1981 and can easily be identified by its Mono-Cross(MX) rear suspension with a silver painted square-section rear swinging arm and a more angular tank as opposed to the more rounded one found on the M variant.

Yamaha DT125R

The Yamaha DT125 is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Company that was launched in 1974 as the DT125A.

Yamaha DT125X

The Yamaha DT125 is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Company that was launched in 1974 as the DT125A.

Yamaha DT200R

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha DT250MX

The Yamaha DT50MX is the most common 50cc in the Yamaha DT series. It superseded the DT50M when introduced in June 1981 and can easily be identified by its Mono-Cross(MX) rear suspension with a silver painted square-section rear swinging arm and a more angular tank as opposed to the more rounded one found on the M variant.

Yamaha FS1E

The FS1 was a Yamaha moped of the 1970s. Various letter suffixes were added to indicate model variation to suit local regulations, such the FS1-E for England, FS1P/DX NL and others.

Yamaha IT200

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha PW50

The Yamaha PortaSound PC-50 is an entry-level portable musical keyboard produced by the Yamaha Corporation in 1983.

Yamaha RX50

The Yamaha RD500LC is a high-performance, two-stroke sports motorcycle, also known as the RZ500 in Canada and Australia.

Yamaha RT-1

Yamaha RS-100T Torque induction series, also known as RS-100 series, is a series of two-stroke motorcycle models manufactured by Yamaha Motors Co.

Yamaha RT180H

The Yamaha RT180 is a two-stroke off-road bike made by Yamaha. It was launched in 1990, and was re-launched regularly up until 2004.

Yamaha RZ350

Yamaha RZ350 (RD350LCII) (liquid cooled) is a motorcycle powered by a twin-cylinder two-stroke engine, reed valved 347 cc engine.

Yamaha R5

The Yamaha R5 lies near the beginning a of a family of two-stroke street and racing motorcycles.

Yamaha RZ500

The Yamaha RD500LC is a high-performance, two-stroke sports motorcycle, also known as the RZ500 in Canada and Australia.

Yamaha RD50

The Yamaha RD500LC is a high-performance, two-stroke sports motorcycle, also known as the RZ500 in Canada and Australia.

Yamaha RD60

The Yamaha RD500LC is a high-performance, two-stroke sports motorcycle, also known as the RZ500 in Canada and Australia.

Yamaha RD125

The Yamaha RD350LC is a motorcycle that Yamaha produced between 1980 to 1986. Aimed at the European market along with the smaller capacity RD250LC, the RD350LC had a parallel twin two-stroke engine with identical bore and stroke of its predecessor Yamaha RD350. However, Yamaha added liquid cooling and made other modifications in porting and exhaust to comply with the ever tightening emission regulations.

Yamaha RD135

The Yamaha RD135 is an air-cooled 132 cc (8.1 cu in), two stroke, single cylinder, motorcycle made by Yamaha between 1982 and 1999, primarily for the Brazilian market.

Yamaha RD200

The Yamaha RD500LC is a high-performance, two-stroke sports motorcycle, also known as the RZ500 in Canada and Australia.

Yamaha RD250

The Yamaha RD250 (known as the RZ250 in Japanese and Australian markets) is a parallel twin cylinder two-stroke motorcycle produced in Japan by the Yamaha Corporation from 1973 to 1987.

Yamaha RD350

The RD350 is a two-stroke motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1973 to 1975. It evolved directly from the piston port (pre-reed valve intake tract), front drum-braked, five-speed Yamaha 350 cc "R5".

Yamaha RD350LC

The Yamaha RD350LC is a motorcycle that Yamaha produced between 1980 to 1986. Aimed at the European market along with the smaller capacity RD250LC, the RD350LC had a parallel twin two-stroke engine with identical bore and stroke of its predecessor Yamaha RD350. However, Yamaha added liquid cooling and made other modifications in porting and exhaust to comply with the ever tightening emission regulations.

Yamaha RD350 YPVS

Yamaha RD350 YPVS is a motorcycle that Yamaha made from 1983 to 1986. It was launched at the Cologne motorcycle show as "the nearest thing to a road going racer ever produced".

Yamaha RD400

The RD400 is a 399 cc (24.3 cu in) two-stroke air cooled six-speed motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1976 until 1980. It evolved directly from the Yamaha RD350 The 350 evolved into the RD400C in 1976, the "D" and "E" in 77-78 and the final model, the white 1980 RD400G.

Yamaha RD500LC

The Yamaha RD500LC is a high-performance, two-stroke sports motorcycle, also known as the RZ500 in Canada and Australia.

Yamaha RS200

The Yamaha YS200 is an FM synthesiser and workstation produced by Yamaha, introduced in 1988. It combines a sequencer, rhythm machine, a FM synthesis soundchip and a MIDI keyboard.

Yamaha R1-Z

Yamaha RX-Z 135 is a 2-stroke naked bike manufactured by Yamaha Motor Corporation. Debuted in April 1985, the RX-Z is very popular in Malaysia and Singapore and has been sold for more than two decades before the production was ended in 2011. In 2004, the model was revised cosmetically and a catalytic converter was installed.

Yamaha RS

Yamaha RS-100T Torque induction series, also known as RS-100 series, is a series of two-stroke motorcycle models manufactured by Yamaha Motors Co.

Yamaha RS-100

Yamaha RS-100T Torque induction series, also known as RS-100 series, is a series of two-stroke motorcycle models manufactured by Yamaha Motors Co.

Yamaha RX-Z

Yamaha RX-Z 135 is a 2-stroke naked bike manufactured by Yamaha Motor Corporation. Debuted in April 1985, the RX-Z is very popular in Malaysia and Singapore and has been sold for more than two decades before the production was ended in 2011. In 2004, the model was revised cosmetically and a catalytic converter was installed.

Yamaha RX 100

The Yamaha RX100 is a 98 cc two-stroke single-cylinder air-cooled motorcycle that was manufactured between 1985 and 1996 in Japan and India.

Yamaha RX 115

The Yamaha RX 115 is a naked-style motorcycle with a 115 cc two-stroke engine manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha RX-S

The Yamaha RX100 is a 98 cc two-stroke single-cylinder air-cooled motorcycle that was manufactured between 1985 and 1996 in Japan and India.

Yamaha RX-125

The Yamaha RX 115 is a naked-style motorcycle with a 115 cc two-stroke engine manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha RX-135

The Yamaha RX-135 (also popularly known under the name RX-King or RX-K or simply RX in Southeast Asia, especially India & Indonesia) is a motorcycle with a two-stroke engine produced by Yamaha since the 1990s.

Yamaha RX-K

The Yamaha RX-135 (also popularly known under the name RX-King or RX-K or simply RX in Southeast Asia, especially India & Indonesia) is a motorcycle with a two-stroke engine produced by Yamaha since the 1990s.

Yamaha SDR 200

The Yamaha SDR200 is a 200 cc single-cylinder 2-stroke motorcycle. It was manufactured and sold from around 1986 to 1987. Although it was intended for the Japanese home market only, a few examples have escaped as grey imports.

Yamaha TD2

Yamaha TD2 is an air-cooled road racing motorcycle made by Yamaha produced between 1969 and 1970. The equivalent 350cc version was called TR2

Yamaha TDR 125

The Yamaha TDR 250 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha between 1988 and 1993. It is powered by a two-stroke parallel twin engine utilizing the Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS).

Yamaha TDR 250

The Yamaha TDR 250 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha between 1988 and 1993. It is powered by a two-stroke parallel twin engine utilizing the Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS).

Yamaha TZR 125

The Yamaha TZR125 is a 2 stroke 125 cc sports motorcycle made for the European and South East Asian markets which uses the YPVS.

Yamaha TZR 250

The Yamaha TDR 250 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha between 1988 and 1993. It is powered by a two-stroke parallel twin engine utilizing the Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS).

Yamaha TZ250

The Yamaha YZ250 is a two-stroke motocross race bike made by Yamaha. It was launched in 1974 and has been regularly updated since.

Yamaha TZ750

The Yamaha FZ750 is a sports motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Corporation between 1985 and 1991. The FZ750 is notable for several reasons, perhaps the most radical being the 5-valve cylinder head with a radial arrangement.

Yamaha YCS1

The Yamaha CS1x is a sample-based synthesizer released by the Yamaha Corporation in 1996.

Yamaha YA-1

The Yamaha YA-1 is the first motorcycle produced by the Yamaha Motor Company. It was made from 1955 to 1958. This was also the first vehicle in Japan to have a primary kick start system (allowing the engine to be started with the transmission in gear).

Yamaha YB50

Yamaha Aerox is a range of scooters made by Yamaha since 1997, available in either 50 cc or 100 cc.

Yamaha YC-1

The Yamaha YA-1 is the first motorcycle produced by the Yamaha Motor Company. It was made from 1955 to 1958. This was also the first vehicle in Japan to have a primary kick start system (allowing the engine to be started with the transmission in gear).

Yamaha YD-1

The Yamaha YD 100 is a light motorcycle manufactured by the Dawood Yamaha Ltd. of Pakistan. Introduced in 2003, It comes in naked, It has a single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke engine, displacing 102 cc (6.2 cu in).

Yamaha L2

Yamaha L2 is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha in Indonesia from 1976 until 1979. In 1980 it was replaced by the L2 Super.

Yamaha YAS1

The Yamaha YA-1 is the first motorcycle produced by the Yamaha Motor Company. It was made from 1955 to 1958. This was also the first vehicle in Japan to have a primary kick start system (allowing the engine to be started with the transmission in gear).

Yamaha YAS2

The Yamaha YS200 is an FM synthesiser and workstation produced by Yamaha, introduced in 1988. It combines a sequencer, rhythm machine, a FM synthesis soundchip and a MIDI keyboard.

Yamaha YL1

The Yamaha YZ125 is a motorcycle with a 124 cc two-stroke engine designed for motocross riding and produced by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha YL2

The Yamaha YZ250 is a two-stroke motocross race bike made by Yamaha. It was launched in 1974 and has been regularly updated since.

Yamaha YM1

The Yamaha YM1 was a motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1964 to 1966. It used a 305 cc 2-stroke engine.

Yamaha YR2

The Yamaha YZ250 is a two-stroke motocross race bike made by Yamaha. It was launched in 1974 and has been regularly updated since.

Yamaha XJ600

The Yamaha XJ600 is a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha. It is a relatively light motorcycle with top half fairing and around 72 bhp (54 kW).

Yamaha FJ1100

The Yamaha FJ1100 and FJ1200 are sport touring motorcycles that were produced by Yamaha between 1984 and 1996.

Yamaha FJ1200

The Yamaha FJ1100 and FJ1200 are sport touring motorcycles that were produced by Yamaha between 1984 and 1996.

Yamaha FJR1300

The Yamaha FJR1300A and FJR1300AE/AS are sport touring motorcycles made by Yamaha Motor Company. Both models have a 1,298 cc inline-four engine.

Yamaha FZS 600

The Yamaha FZS600 Fazer is a sport motorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1998 and 2004. It is the predecessor of the Yamaha FZ6. During its production run, it underwent several changes before being discontinued in 2004 due to European emissions laws coming into force.

Yamaha FZ1

The Yamaha FZ1 is a street motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha in Japan. The 600 cc FZ6 and 800 cc FZ8 are related.

Yamaha FZ6

The Yamaha FZ6, also known as the FZ6 FAZER is a 600 cc (37 cu in) motorcycle that was introduced by Yamaha in 2004 as a middleweight sport bike built around the 2003 YZF-R6 engine.

Yamaha FZ16

The Yamaha FZ-16 and FZ-S are motorcycles manufactured by India Yamaha Motor. Inspired by the naked bike concept, the FZ-16 is modeled after its more popular counterpart the FZ1 with scaled down engine capacity to 153 cc more suited to the Indian and its Asian market's roads..

Yamaha Byson

The Yamaha FZ16 (called Byson in Indonesia) is a standard motorcycle made by Yamaha since 2008. The FZ16 is modeled after the larger FZ1 with a scaled down engine capacity.

Yamaha FZ-S Fazer

The Yamaha FZ8 and FAZER8, also known as the FZ8N and FZ8S, are motorcycles produced since 2010 by Yamaha Motor Corporation for sale in the United States, Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Yamaha FZ150i

The Yamaha FZ150i is a 150 cc motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha Motor exclusively for Asian and Indian markets.

Yamaha V-Ixion

Yamaha V-Ixion motorcycleYamaha V-Ixion is a 4-stroke naked bike manufactured by Yamaha Motor Corporation Indonesia.

Yamaha FZ250

The Yamaha FZ750 is a sports motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Corporation between 1985 and 1991. The FZ750 is notable for several reasons, perhaps the most radical being the 5-valve cylinder head with a radial arrangement.

Yamaha FZ400

The FZR400 was a motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1986 to 1994 with various changes and models throughout the production run.

Yamaha FZ750

The Yamaha FZ750 is a sports motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Corporation between 1985 and 1991. The FZ750 is notable for several reasons, perhaps the most radical being the 5-valve cylinder head with a radial arrangement.

Yamaha FZR400R

The Yamaha FZR600 is a sports motorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1989 and 1999. It was the successor to the FZ600 and was replaced by the YZF-600R.

Yamaha FZR600R

The Yamaha FZR600 is a sports motorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1989 and 1999. It was the successor to the FZ600 and was replaced by the YZF-600R.

Yamaha FZ8

The Yamaha FZ8 and FAZER8, also known as the FZ8N and FZ8S, are motorcycles produced since 2010 by Yamaha Motor Corporation for sale in the United States, Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Yamaha FAZER8

The Yamaha Fazer is a motorcycle produced by India Yamaha Motor, a subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha FZR1000

The Yamaha FZR1000 is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1987 to 1995. The 1989 version, crowned the "Bike of the Decade" by Cycle World, had 0-60 acceleration of 2.9 seconds, and a top speed of over 167 mph.

Yamaha FZX700

The Yamaha FZX750 was a motorcycle made by Yamaha from the early 1980s until the mid-1990s. The US version was the FZX700 Fazer, imported only in 1986 and 1987, with a 50 cc smaller engine displacement to avoid import tariffs on motorcycles larger than 700 cc.

Yamaha GTS1000

The Yamaha GTS1000 is a sport-touring motorcycle introduced by Yamaha in 1993, sold until 1994 in the United States, and sold elsewhere until 1999. It is notable for its forkless front suspension, specifically a RADD, Inc., front suspension designed by James Parker.

Yamaha Jog

The Jog is a scooter produced by the Yamaha Motor Company since 1983, and was introduced in North America in 1986. It continued production in North America after 3 style changes and model designations (CE50, CG50 and CY50) until 2001. The Jog has continued production elsewhere in the world and uses the current CV50 designation.

Yamaha Libero G5

The Yamaha Libero G5 is a 106 cc, single-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle from India Yamaha Motor. Its predecessor was known as just Yamaha Libero.

Yamaha MT-01

The MT-01 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha from 2005 to 2012, available in Australia, Europe, India, Japan and North America.

Yamaha MT-03

The MT-03 is a single-cylinder motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Company between 2006 and 2013, available in Australia, Europe, India, Japan and North America.

Yamaha MT-07

The Yamaha MT-07 (FZ-07 in North America) is a roadster (or standard) motorcycle with an eight-valve dohc 689 cc (42.0 cu in) parallel-twin engine, manufactured by Yamaha from 2013.

Yamaha MT-09

The Yamaha MT-09 (FZ-09 in North America) is a Yamaha sport or standard motorcycle with an 847 cc (51.7 cu in) inline triple engine.

Yamaha FZ-09

The Yamaha MT-09 (FZ-09 in North America) is a Yamaha sport or standard motorcycle with an 847 cc (51.7 cu in) inline triple engine.

Yamaha Scorpio Z

The Yamaha Scorpio Z is a commuter-orientated, standard motorcycle which was released in 2006. The Yamaha Scorpio Z underwent a facelift in 2010 and this version can be identified by the 54D model code.

Yamaha SRX

The Yamaha SRX is a motorcycle that was manufactured from 1985 to 1997 by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha SRV250

The Yamaha SR250 is a single cylinder motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company from 1980 to 1982 for the first generation, and since 2001 for the second generation.

Yamaha SR185

A list of products made by Yamaha Corporation. Please note that many of the items listed here are no longer in production.

Yamaha SR250

The Yamaha SR250 is a single cylinder motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company from 1980 to 1982 for the first generation, and since 2001 for the second generation.

Yamaha SR400

The Yamaha SR400 (1978-) and SR500 (1978-1999) are single-cylinder, air-cooled, two-passenger motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Yamaha Motor Company as a street version of the Yamaha XT500 — with a standard riding posture and styling resembling the Universal Japanese Motorcycles of the 1970s.

Yamaha SR500

The Yamaha SR400 (1978-) and SR500 (1978-1999) are single-cylinder, air-cooled, two-passenger motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Yamaha Motor Company as a street version of the Yamaha XT500 — with a standard riding posture and styling resembling the Universal Japanese Motorcycles of the 1970s.

Yamaha SS 125

The Yamaha SS 125, is a rechristened version of Yamaha Gladiator, is a 125 cc motorcycle, produced by India Yamaha Motor.

Yamaha STX

DTX electronic drum is the line of electronic-MIDI drum and percussion sets manufactured by Yamaha. The DTX Trigger System is a custom drum module which can be used to trigger sounds with acoustic drums.

Yamaha SZ

Yamaha SZR660 is a sport bike with a 659 cc single-cylinder engine, produced by Yamaha Motor Corporation from 1996 to 2001. It shares engine with Yamaha's XTZ660 Ténéré line of dual-purpose on/off road motorcycles, but employs this engine within a Supermono package.

Yamaha SZR 660

Yamaha SZR660 is a sport bike with a 659 cc single-cylinder engine, produced by Yamaha Motor Corporation from 1996 to 2001. It shares engine with Yamaha's XTZ660 Ténéré line of dual-purpose on/off road motorcycles, but employs this engine within a Supermono package.

Yamaha TDM 850

The Yamaha TDM is an 849 cc dohc parallel-twin motorcycle that heralded the modern "Adventure Sports" category.

Yamaha TDM 900

The Yamaha TDM is an 849 cc dohc parallel-twin motorcycle that heralded the modern "Adventure Sports" category.

Yamaha TT 250

The Yamaha XT250 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha TT 350

The Yamaha XT350 is a dual-sport motorcycle last produced in 2000 by Yamaha Motor Corp.

Yamaha TT 500

The Yamaha XT500 is a twin-valve single-cylinder enduro-adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1975 until 1981. It shares its power plant with the street version SR500 and its off-road brother, the Yamaha TT500. All parts such as the transmission and chassis were produced in Japan.

Yamaha TT600R

The Yamaha TT600R is an enduro motorcycle from Yamaha Motor Company closely related to the XT series of air-cooled single cylinder engines.

Yamaha TTR250

The Yamaha TZR250 is a motorcycle manufactured and produced by the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Yamaha between 1986 and 1996.

Yamaha TTR230

The Yamaha TT-R230 is a trail bike that Yamaha produced from 2005-2017. The TTR230 is Yamaha's successor to the TTR225. The names TT, TTR, and XT have been used for off-road and dual-sport versions in different markets and in different eras.

Yamaha TX500

The Yamaha TX500 was a standard–style motorcycle built by Yamaha in 1973 and 1974. It closely resembled the Triumph Bonneville in style and in its 180° parallel twin engine.

Yamaha TX600

The YX600 Radian is a sport/standard motorcycle manufactured by the Yamaha Motor Company between the years of 1986-1990. The Radian came equipped with a slightly detuned version of Yamaha's 598cc, air-cooled, inline-4 which was used in the Yamaha FZ-600 Sport Motorcycle (grandfather of Yamaha's FZR series of performance bikes), and initially designed with 528cc for the 1981 XJ550 Seca and Maxim then in 1984 the bore, stroke and carburetor size were increased for the Yamaha XJ600/FJ600 sport bike

Yamaha TX750

The TX750 was a Yamaha motorcycle made in 1973 and 1974. It was loosely based on the XS650 but had what Yamaha called an "Omni-Phase balancer" to counter vibrations which are inherent in a parallel twin with the crankshaft set at 360 degrees (both pistons rise at the same time).

Yamaha Venture

The Yamaha Venture is a premier touring motorcycle manufactured in two forms by Yamaha from 1983–1993 and from 1999-2009.

Yamaha Virago

The Yamaha Virago was Yamaha's first V-twin cruiser motorcycle, and one of the earliest mass-produced motorcycles with a mono-shock rear suspension.

Yamaha VMax

The Yamaha V-Max, called the VMAX since 2008, is a cruiser motorcycle made by Yamaha since 1985, known for its powerful V4 engine, shaft drive, and distinctive styling.

Yamaha XC125

The Yamaha XT125R is a single cylinder enduro/adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha since the 2003 model year.

Yamaha XJ 600

The Yamaha XJ600 is a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha. It is a relatively light motorcycle with top half fairing and around 72 bhp (54 kW).

Yamaha XJ550

The Yamaha XJ750 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company from 1982 to 1985. It has a 750 cc four-stroke, four-cylinder, air-cooled, naturally aspirated dual overhead cam engine with a bore of 65 mm and stroke of 56.4 mm.

Yamaha XJ650

The Yamaha XJ650 Maxim is a mid-size motorcycle by the Yamaha Motor Company introduced in 1980 as the Maxim I and produced through 1983. Yamaha designed the high-performance XJ650 as a brand-new four-cylinder with shaft drive, and built it specifically as a special cruiser.

Yamaha XJ700

The Yamaha XJ750 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company from 1982 to 1985. It has a 750 cc four-stroke, four-cylinder, air-cooled, naturally aspirated dual overhead cam engine with a bore of 65 mm and stroke of 56.4 mm.

Yamaha XJ700X

The Yamaha XJ750 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company from 1982 to 1985. It has a 750 cc four-stroke, four-cylinder, air-cooled, naturally aspirated dual overhead cam engine with a bore of 65 mm and stroke of 56.4 mm.

Yamaha XJ750

The Yamaha XJ750 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company from 1982 to 1985. It has a 750 cc four-stroke, four-cylinder, air-cooled, naturally aspirated dual overhead cam engine with a bore of 65 mm and stroke of 56.4 mm.

Yamaha XJ900

The Yamaha XJ900 was borne of the original Yamaha XJ model motorcycle, the XJ 650, which was the foundation for the entire XJ series.

Yamaha XJ750D

The Yamaha XJ750 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company from 1982 to 1985. It has a 750 cc four-stroke, four-cylinder, air-cooled, naturally aspirated dual overhead cam engine with a bore of 65 mm and stroke of 56.4 mm.

Yamaha XJ750 Maxim

The Yamaha XJ750 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company from 1982 to 1985. It has a 750 cc four-stroke, four-cylinder, air-cooled, naturally aspirated dual overhead cam engine with a bore of 65 mm and stroke of 56.4 mm.

Yamaha XJ6

The Yamaha Diversion is a series of all-round touring motorcycles descended from Yamaha's earlier XJ series.

Yamaha XJ 600N

The Yamaha XJ600 is a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha. It is a relatively light motorcycle with top half fairing and around 72 bhp (54 kW).

Yamaha XJR400

The Yamaha XJR400 was a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha. It is a naked bike with around 53 hp/ 40 kilowatts.

Yamaha XJR1200

The Yamaha XJR1200 is a motorcycle manufactured by the Yamaha Motor Company. It was designed in the early 1990s to compete with the high powered naked bikes already on the market such as the Honda CB1000.

Yamaha XJR1300

List of motorcycles manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company

Yamaha XS400

The Yamaha XS400 was produced by the Yamaha from 1976 to 1982. The XS250, XS360 are nearly identical variations of the same XS400 platform.

Yamaha XS500

The Yamaha XT500 is a twin-valve single-cylinder enduro-adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1975 until 1981. It shares its power plant with the street version SR500 and its off-road brother, the Yamaha TT500. All parts such as the transmission and chassis were produced in Japan.

Yamaha XS650

The Yamaha XS650 is a mid-size motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. The standard model was introduced in 1968 and produced through 1979. The "Special" cruiser model was introduced in 1978 and produced through 1985. The XS650 began with the 1955 Hosk SOHC 500 twin.

Yamaha XS750

The Yamaha XS 750 and Yamaha XS 850 was a line of motorcycles produced by the Yamaha Motor Corporation from 1976 to 1981 for the worldwide motorcycle market.

Yamaha XS850

The Yamaha XS 750 and Yamaha XS 850 was a line of motorcycles produced by the Yamaha Motor Corporation from 1976 to 1981 for the worldwide motorcycle market.

Yamaha XS Eleven

The Yamaha XS Eleven motorcycle, also called XS11 and XS1100, is a Japanese superbike produced from 1978 to 1981, powered by an air-cooled 1101.6cc 4-stroke, DOHC inline four-cylinder engine mounted transversely in a duplex cradle frame with swingarm rear suspension, shaft drive, and telescopic forks.

Yamaha XT200

The Yamaha XT 200 is a single-cylinder four-stroke Dual Sport motorcycle produced by the Yamaha Motor Corporation starting in 1980 through 1986. It is powered by a single-cylinder, 196 cm3 (12.0 cu in) air-cooled engine.

Yamaha XT225

The Yamaha XT250 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha XT250

The Virago 250 is an entry-level cruiser motorcycle built by Yamaha Motor Company. It has a claimed top speed of 85 mph.

Yamaha XT350

The Yamaha XT500 is a twin-valve single-cylinder enduro-adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1975 until 1981. It shares its power plant with the street version SR500 and its off-road brother, the Yamaha TT500. All parts such as the transmission and chassis were produced in Japan.

Yamaha XT500

The Yamaha XT500 is a twin-valve single-cylinder enduro-adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1975 until 1981. It shares its power plant with the street version SR500 and its off-road brother, the Yamaha TT500. All parts such as the transmission and chassis were produced in Japan.

Yamaha XT550

The Yamaha XT500 is a twin-valve single-cylinder enduro-adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1975 until 1981. It shares its power plant with the street version SR500 and its off-road brother, the Yamaha TT500. All parts such as the transmission and chassis were produced in Japan.

Yamaha XT600

The Yamaha XT500 is a twin-valve single-cylinder enduro-adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1975 until 1981. It shares its power plant with the street version SR500 and its off-road brother, the Yamaha TT500. All parts such as the transmission and chassis were produced in Japan.

Yamaha XT600E

The Yamaha XT 600 is a motorcycle manufactured by Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Yamaha. It was built from 1984 to 2003 in different versions, becoming the most popular Enduro of its time.

Yamaha XT 660

The Yamaha XT660 is dual-purpose on/off road motorcycles released by Yamaha Motors as a replacement for the XT600.

Yamaha XT 125 R

The Yamaha XT125R is a single cylinder enduro/adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha since the 2003 model year.

Yamaha 125 x

Yamaha Y125Z or better known as Yamaha Z (in Europe) is a 125 cc 2-stroke moped or underbone motorcycle produced by Yamaha.

Yamaha XTZ 660

The Yamaha XTZ 660 Téneré is a dual-sport motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1991 to 1999. The bike is named after the Ténéré desert stage of the former Paris-Dakar Rally in northeastern Niger.

Yamaha XTZ 750

The Yamaha XTZ 750 SuperTénéré (Tenere) is a dual-sport motorcycle, produced by Yamaha. It was named after Yamaha's lighter, single-cylinder models which in turn were named after the notorious Ténéré desert stage of the former Paris-Dakar Rally in northeastern Niger.

Yamaha XV920R

The Yamaha XV920R is a Japanese motorcycle. It was introduced in 1981, along with the XV750 Virago. In addition to larger engine displacement it featured "standard" styling and technical features, in contrast to the cruiser style of the Virago .

Yamaha Road Star

The Yamaha XV1600A is a cruiser-style motorcycle. It is also called the Yamaha Road Star or in Europe the Yamaha Wild Star.

Yamaha XZ 400

The Yamaha XS400 was produced by the Yamaha from 1976 to 1982. The XS250, XS360 are nearly identical variations of the same XS400 platform.

Yamaha YBR 125

The Yamaha YBR 125 is a light motorcycle made by the Yamaha. Introduced in 2005, It comes in naked, faired and 'custom' variants.

Yamaha YX600 Radian

The YX600 Radian is a sport/standard motorcycle manufactured by the Yamaha Motor Company between the years of 1986-1990. The Radian came equipped with a slightly detuned version of Yamaha's 598cc, air-cooled, inline-4 which was used in the Yamaha FZ-600 Sport Motorcycle (grandfather of Yamaha's FZR series of performance bikes), and initially designed with 528cc for the 1981 XJ550 Seca and Maxim then in 1984 the bore, stroke and carburetor size were increased for the Yamaha XJ600/FJ600 sport bike

Yamaha YZF600R

The Yamaha YZF600R (known as the Thundercat in European markets) is a 599 cc sports bike made by Yamaha from 1996 to 2007. While similar in style to its sibling, the YZF-R6, the 600R maintains some significant differences, including a less aggressive posture, lower revving and higher torque producing motor, and a large 1 piece seat.

Yamaha YZF750R

The Yamaha YZF750 is a motorcycle that was produced from 1993 to 1998 in two forms, the standard R and the homologation model single seat SP.

Yamaha YZF1000R

The Yamaha YZF1000R Thunderace is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1996 until 2003.

Yamaha YZF1000R Thunderace

The Yamaha YZF1000R Thunderace is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1996 until 2003.

Yamaha YZF-R125

The Yamaha YZF-R125, introduced in 2008, is a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company. The design takes cues from other R-series sport bikes like the YZF-R6 and YZF-R1 The Engine type was same as his brother YZF-R15 and Yamaha FZ150I (a.k.a Yamaha Vixion in Indonesia).

Yamaha YZF-R4

The Yamaha YZF-R1, or R1, is an open class sport bike, or superbike, motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company since 1998.

Yamaha YZF-R6

The Yamaha YZF-R6 is a Yamaha 600 class sport bike motorcycle, first introduced in 1998, updated in 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008, and revised in the years in between.

Yamaha YZF-R7

The Yamaha YZF-R7 OW02 is a race homologation motorcycle of limited production run of only 500 units. It was designed to compete in the Superbike World Championship and Suzuka 8 Hours endurance races.

Yamaha YZF-R1

The Yamaha YZF-R1, or R1, is an open class sport bike, or superbike, motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company since 1998.

Yamaha YZF-R15

The Yamaha YZF-R15 is a 150 cc single cylinder sport bike motorcycle introduced in 2008. In September 2011, the second edition dubbed the v2 was released in India, and in April 2014 it was released in Indonesia.

Yamaha Lagenda series

Yamaha Lagenda (known as Jupiter Z in Indonesia & Vietnam, Crypton in the Philippines and Spark RX in Thailand) is a series of underbone motorcycle produced by Yamaha for the Southeast Asian market.

Yamaha LC50

The Yamaha PortaSound PC-50 is an entry-level portable musical keyboard produced by the Yamaha Corporation in 1983.

Yamaha V50m

The Yamaha V series were 2-stroke underbone motorcycles made by the Yamaha Motor Company. There were a number of different engine capacities to suit different sections of the market.

Yamaha Lexam

Lexam is a motorcycle manufactured and designed for the Southeast Asia market by Yamaha Motor Vietnam.

Yamaha Nouvo

The Yamaha Nouvo is a CVT underbone manufactured by Yamaha Motor. It was introduced in April 2002 for Southeast Asia markets and In 2004, Brazil, where it was renamed the Yamaha Neo.

Yamaha Mio

The Yamaha Mio is a scooter with a CVT transmission made by Yamaha Motor. It was introduced for the Southeast Asia market in 2003 as the successor of the Nouvo.

Yamaha X-1

The Yamaha X-1 is a commuter-style motorbike that is manufactured in Thailand. The motorbike is designed to compete with the 125cc Honda Wave and the Suzuki Smash, a city commuter-style motorbike.

Yamaha X-1R

The Yamaha X-1R is a commuter motorbike built by Yamaha Motors. It is similar to a Yamaha X-1, but replaces that model's 110 cc engine with a larger 135 cc engine.

Yamaha Chappy

List of motorcycles manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company

Yamaha RX-Z 135

The Yamaha RX-135 (also popularly known under the name RX-King or RX-K or simply RX in Southeast Asia, especially India & Indonesia) is a motorcycle with a two-stroke engine produced by Yamaha since the 1990s.

Yamaha Y135LC

The Yamaha T135 is an underbone motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company. It is also known as the Spark 135 in Thailand, Sniper in the Philippines, Jupiter MX in Indonesia, 135LC in Malaysia, Exciter in Vietnam, and T 135 Crypton X in Greece.

Yamaha Spark 135

The Yamaha T135 is an underbone motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company. It is also known as the Spark 135 in Thailand, Sniper in the Philippines, Jupiter MX in Indonesia, 135LC in Malaysia, Exciter in Vietnam, and T 135 Crypton X in Greece.

Yamaha Sniper

The Yamaha T135 is an underbone motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company. It is also known as the Spark 135 in Thailand, Sniper in the Philippines, Jupiter MX in Indonesia, 135LC in Malaysia, Exciter in Vietnam, and T 135 Crypton X in Greece.

Yamaha RD48

The Yamaha RD48 was a two stroke 250cc Grand Prix racing motorcycle. It had two 56x50mm cylinders, disk valves, and an Oldham coupler joining the crank shafts.

Yamaha AS1

The Yamaha NS-10 is a loudspeaker that became a standard nearfield studio monitor in the music industry among rock and pop recording engineers.

Yamaha YR1

The Yamaha YZ125 is a motorcycle with a 124 cc two-stroke engine designed for motocross riding and produced by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha YR3

The Yamaha YM3812 also known as the OPL2 (OPL is an acronym for FM Operator Type-L) is a sound chip (i.e.

Yamaha TD1

The Yamaha TDM is an 849 cc dohc parallel-twin motorcycle that heralded the modern "Adventure Sports" category.

Yamaha TR2

The Yamaha TT-R225 is a trail bike that Yamaha produced from 1999-2004. The following year after they ceased production of the TTR225 they replaced the out going model with the TTR230. TTR225's are known for being extremely reliable.

Yamaha TR3

The Yamaha TRX850 is a sports motorcycle with a 10-valve dohc 849 cc 270° parallel-twin engine. Yamaha first released it in Japan in 1995, and a version for the European market became available in 1996. The TRX is lighter, lower and sportier than its stablemate, the TDM850; but in 1999 Yamaha stopped making the TRX, while the TDM series, enlarged to 900 cc, remains in production.

Yamaha TZ125

The Yamaha YZ125 is a motorcycle with a 124 cc two-stroke engine designed for motocross riding and produced by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha TZ350

Yamaha RZ350 (RD350LCII) (liquid cooled) is a motorcycle powered by a twin-cylinder two-stroke engine, reed valved 347 cc engine.

Yamaha TZ500

The Yamaha RD500LC is a high-performance, two-stroke sports motorcycle, also known as the RZ500 in Canada and Australia.

Yamaha TZ700

The Yamaha TZ750 was a series production two-stroke race motorcycle built by Yamaha to compete in the Formula 750 class in the 1970s.

Yamaha RD56

The Yamaha RD56 was a two stroke 250cc Grand Prix racing motorcycle. It had two 56x50mm cylinders, disk valves and an Oldham coupler joining the crank shafts.

Yamaha Yz80

The Yamaha YZ85 is a motorcycle designed specifically for off-road and Motorcross racing.

Yamaha YZR500

The YZR500 was the Yamaha Motor Corporation’s entry for 500cc Grand Prix motorcycle racing between the years of 1973 and 2002.

Yamaha YZR-M1

The Yamaha YZR-M1 is a four stroke motorcycle specifically developed by Yamaha Motor Company to race in the current MotoGP series.

Yamaha YZE750T

Yamaha YZE 750 was a rally raid bike, produced from 1988 to 1991 with the specific task of winning the Dakar Rally, that won 1991 Dakar Rally with French biker Stéphane Peterhansel.

Yamaha YZE850T

Yamaha YZE 750 was a rally raid bike, produced from 1988 to 1991 with the specific task of winning the Dakar Rally, that won 1991 Dakar Rally with French biker Stéphane Peterhansel.

Yamaha TDR125

The Yamaha TDR 250 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha between 1988 and 1993. It is powered by a two-stroke parallel twin engine utilizing the Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS).

Yamaha TDR250

The Yamaha TDR 250 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha between 1988 and 1993. It is powered by a two-stroke parallel twin engine utilizing the Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS).

Yamaha CT175

Yamaha IT175 belongs to the 'International Trial' family of motorcycles, produced during the 1970s and 1980s.

Yamaha DT50

The Yamaha DT50MX is the most common 50cc in the Yamaha DT series. It superseded the DT50M when introduced in June 1981 and can easily be identified by its Mono-Cross(MX) rear suspension with a silver painted square-section rear swinging arm and a more angular tank as opposed to the more rounded one found on the M variant.

Yamaha DT80

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha DT100

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha DT125

The Yamaha DT125 is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Company that was launched in 1974 as the DT125A.

Yamaha DT175

The Yamaha DT125 is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Company that was launched in 1974 as the DT125A.

Yamaha DT200

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha DT250

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha DT400

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha L5

Yamaha Lagenda (known as Jupiter Z in Indonesia & Vietnam, Crypton in the Philippines and Spark RX in Thailand) is a series of underbone motorcycle produced by Yamaha for the Southeast Asian market.

Yamaha YL-1

The Yamaha YA-1 is the first motorcycle produced by the Yamaha Motor Company. It was made from 1955 to 1958. This was also the first vehicle in Japan to have a primary kick start system (allowing the engine to be started with the transmission in gear).

Yamaha TW125

The Yamaha TZ 125 was a racing motorcycle produced by the Yamaha Motor Company from 1980 to 2010. The motorcycle was powered by a two stroke 125 cc engine.

Yamaha TW200

The Yamaha TW200 is a 196 cc single cylinder dual-sport motorcycle manufactured and marketed by the Yamaha since 1987. By virtue of its large tires, it has been compared to the 2-wheel-drive Rokon and the TW200 has been called a "two-wheeled quad".

Yamaha WR250X

The Yamaha WR250F is an off-road motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. It has a 250 cc (15 cu in) liquid-cooled single nikasil coated cylinder engine.

Yamaha XT125X

The Yamaha XT125R is a single cylinder enduro/adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha since the 2003 model year.

Yamaha XT660R

The Yamaha XT660 is dual-purpose on/off road motorcycles released by Yamaha Motors as a replacement for the XT600.

Yamaha XT660X

The Yamaha XT660 is dual-purpose on/off road motorcycles released by Yamaha Motors as a replacement for the XT600.

Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere

The Yamaha XT1200Z Super Ténéré is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Corporation, that was launched in 2010. The XT1200Z is the latest in a series of dual-sport Yamaha motorcycles named after the Ténéré, a desert region in the south central Sahara.

Yamaha AT1

The Yamaha AT1 is a single cylinder enduro/adventure bike produced by Yamaha motor company from 1969-1971. The AT1 was marketed towards women and children due to its small engine size and the fact that it had electric start.

Yamaha AT2

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha AT3

The Yamaha AT1 is a single cylinder enduro/adventure bike produced by Yamaha motor company from 1969-1971. The AT1 was marketed towards women and children due to its small engine size and the fact that it had electric start.

Yamaha BW80

Yamaha BW200 "Big Wheel" is a dual purpose dirt bike which was produced from 1985 to 1989. It consisted of three different model lines; the BW80, BW200 and BW350.

Yamaha BW200

Yamaha BW200 "Big Wheel" is a dual purpose dirt bike which was produced from 1985 to 1989. It consisted of three different model lines; the BW80, BW200 and BW350.

Yamaha CT1

The Yamaha CS1x is a sample-based synthesizer released by the Yamaha Corporation in 1996.

Yamaha CT2

The Yamaha CS2x is a sample-based synthesizer released by the Yamaha Corporation in 1999. The CS2x is designed for maximum real-time control, according to Yamaha.

Yamaha CT3

The Yamaha CS30/CS30L is an analog keyboard synthesizer that was released in 1977. It is the top of the range in Yamaha's original line-up of monophonic synthesizers, others in the range being the CS5, CS10 and CS15. It features two voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs), two voltage controlled filters (VCFs - both featuring low-pass, band-pass and high-pass options), two voltage controlled amplifiers (VCAs) and three envelope generators.

Yamaha DT1

The Yamaha DT125 is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Company that was launched in 1974 as the DT125A.

Yamaha DT2

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha DT3

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha JT1

The Yamaha KT100 is a 100 cc two-stroke cycle kart engine made by Yamaha that has also been adapted for ultralight aircraft use.

Yamaha JT2

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha RT1

The Yamaha RT180 is a two-stroke off-road bike made by Yamaha. It was launched in 1990, and was re-launched regularly up until 2004.

Yamaha RT2

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha RT3

The RD350 is a two-stroke motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1973 to 1975. It evolved directly from the piston port (pre-reed valve intake tract), front drum-braked, five-speed Yamaha 350 cc "R5".

Yamaha LT2

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha TTR92

The Yamaha TT-R225 is a trail bike that Yamaha produced from 1999-2004. The following year after they ceased production of the TTR225 they replaced the out going model with the TTR230. TTR225's are known for being extremely reliable.

Yamaha TTR125

The Yamaha TT-R225 is a trail bike that Yamaha produced from 1999-2004. The following year after they ceased production of the TTR225 they replaced the out going model with the TTR230. TTR225's are known for being extremely reliable.

Yamaha XT125R

The Yamaha XT125R is a single cylinder enduro/adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha since the 2003 model year.

Yamaha TTR225

The Yamaha TT-R225 is a trail bike that Yamaha produced from 1999-2004. The following year after they ceased production of the TTR225 they replaced the out going model with the TTR230. TTR225's are known for being extremely reliable.

Yamaha TT250

The Yamaha IT250H was an enduro motorcycle made by Yamaha starting in 1981. It has an air-cooled single cylinder two-stroke engine with six speed gearbox.

Yamaha WR250R

The Yamaha WR250R is a dual-sport motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. It has a 250cc (15 cu in) liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke DOHC engine, fed premium fuel by electronic fuel injection.

Yamaha WR250F

The Yamaha WR250F is an off-road motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. It has a 250 cc (15 cu in) liquid-cooled single nikasil coated cylinder engine.

Yamaha TT350

The Yamaha XT350 is a dual-sport motorcycle last produced in 2000 by Yamaha Motor Corp.

Yamaha XT400

The Yamaha XT500 is a twin-valve single-cylinder enduro-adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1975 until 1981. It shares its power plant with the street version SR500 and its off-road brother, the Yamaha TT500. All parts such as the transmission and chassis were produced in Japan.

Yamaha TT500

The Yamaha XT500 is a twin-valve single-cylinder enduro-adventure motorcycle made by Yamaha from 1975 until 1981. It shares its power plant with the street version SR500 and its off-road brother, the Yamaha TT500. All parts such as the transmission and chassis were produced in Japan.

Yamaha TT600

The Yamaha TT600R is an enduro motorcycle from Yamaha Motor Company closely related to the XT series of air-cooled single cylinder engines.

Yamaha XT600Z

The Yamaha XT660Z Ténéré is a dual-sport motorcycle manufactured since 2008 by Yamaha. It features a 660 cc (40 cu in) single-cylinder engine, which is also used in the XT660R, XT660X, MT-03 and Aprilia Pegaso 650 post 2007 models.

Yamaha XT660Z Tenere

The Yamaha XT660Z Ténéré is a dual-sport motorcycle manufactured since 2008 by Yamaha. It features a 660 cc (40 cu in) single-cylinder engine, which is also used in the XT660R, XT660X, MT-03 and Aprilia Pegaso 650 post 2007 models.

Yamaha IT125

Yamaha IT175 belongs to the 'International Trial' family of motorcycles, produced during the 1970s and 1980s.

Yamaha IT250

The Yamaha IT250H was an enduro motorcycle made by Yamaha starting in 1981. It has an air-cooled single cylinder two-stroke engine with six speed gearbox.

Yamaha WR250

The Yamaha WR250F is an off-road motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. It has a 250 cc (15 cu in) liquid-cooled single nikasil coated cylinder engine.

Yamaha IT425

The Yamaha IT250H was an enduro motorcycle made by Yamaha starting in 1981. It has an air-cooled single cylinder two-stroke engine with six speed gearbox.

Yamaha WR400F

The Yamaha WR450F is an off-road motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. It currently has a 450 cc (27 cu in) liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine.

Yamaha WR426F

The Yamaha WR450F is an off-road motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. It currently has a 450 cc (27 cu in) liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine.

Yamaha WR450F

The Yamaha WR450F is an off-road motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. It currently has a 450 cc (27 cu in) liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine.

Yamaha TY80

The Yamaha TY80 is a trials styled motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Company from 1974-1984. When new it was capable of around 260 mph.

Yamaha TY350

The Yamaha TZ 350 is a 2 stroke 350 cc Production Racer sports motorcycle. Production of the bike started in 1973 with Model A (60 bhp @9,500rpm) and ended 1981 with Model H (72 bhp @ 11,000rpm) when the GP series came to an end.

Yamaha YZ50

The Yamaha YZ450F is a four-stroke racing motocross bike built by Yamaha Motor Corporation. It was the successor to the previous YZ426F which was discontinued in 2003. It is credited by Cycle World and Dirt Rider magazines as the bike that started the four-stroke dirt bike revolution.

Yamaha YZ85

The Yamaha YZ85 is a motorcycle designed specifically for off-road and Motorcross racing.

Yamaha MX100

Yamaha DX100 is a 100cc, air-cooled, 2-stroke commuter motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company from 1975 to 1981.

Yamaha RT100

The Yamaha KT100 is a 100 cc two-stroke cycle kart engine made by Yamaha that has also been adapted for ultralight aircraft use.

Yamaha YZ125

The Yamaha YZ125 is a motorcycle with a 124 cc two-stroke engine designed for motocross riding and produced by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha YZ175

The Yamaha YZ125 is a motorcycle with a 124 cc two-stroke engine designed for motocross riding and produced by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha RT180

The Yamaha RT180 is a two-stroke off-road bike made by Yamaha. It was launched in 1990, and was re-launched regularly up until 2004.

Yamaha YZ250

The Yamaha YZ250 is a two-stroke motocross race bike made by Yamaha. It was launched in 1974 and has been regularly updated since.

Yamaha YZ360

The Yamaha YZF600R (known as the Thundercat in European markets) is a 599 cc sports bike made by Yamaha from 1996 to 2007. While similar in style to its sibling, the YZF-R6, the 600R maintains some significant differences, including a less aggressive posture, lower revving and higher torque producing motor, and a large 1 piece seat.

Yamaha YZ400

The Yamaha YZ450F is a four-stroke racing motocross bike built by Yamaha Motor Corporation. It was the successor to the previous YZ426F which was discontinued in 2003. It is credited by Cycle World and Dirt Rider magazines as the bike that started the four-stroke dirt bike revolution.

Yamaha YZ465

The Yamaha YZ450F is a four-stroke racing motocross bike built by Yamaha Motor Corporation. It was the successor to the previous YZ426F which was discontinued in 2003. It is credited by Cycle World and Dirt Rider magazines as the bike that started the four-stroke dirt bike revolution.

Yamaha YZ490

The Yamaha YZ450F is a four-stroke racing motocross bike built by Yamaha Motor Corporation. It was the successor to the previous YZ426F which was discontinued in 2003. It is credited by Cycle World and Dirt Rider magazines as the bike that started the four-stroke dirt bike revolution.

Yamaha SC500

The Yamaha SR400 (1978-) and SR500 (1978-1999) are single-cylinder, air-cooled, two-passenger motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Yamaha Motor Company as a street version of the Yamaha XT500 — with a standard riding posture and styling resembling the Universal Japanese Motorcycles of the 1970s.

Yamaha YZ250F

The Yamaha YZ250F is a motocross motorcycle first released in 2001 by Yamaha. It has a five-valve, DOHC, four-stroke engine and initially had a steel frame and an aluminum subframe, which was replaced in the 2006 model with an all-aluminum frame.

Yamaha YZ400F

The Yamaha YZ450F is a four-stroke racing motocross bike built by Yamaha Motor Corporation. It was the successor to the previous YZ426F which was discontinued in 2003. It is credited by Cycle World and Dirt Rider magazines as the bike that started the four-stroke dirt bike revolution.

Yamaha YZ450F

The Yamaha YZ450F is a four-stroke racing motocross bike built by Yamaha Motor Corporation. It was the successor to the previous YZ426F which was discontinued in 2003. It is credited by Cycle World and Dirt Rider magazines as the bike that started the four-stroke dirt bike revolution.

Yamaha YZF-R25

Yamaha YZF-R25 is a Yamaha 250 class Sport bike motorcycle, first introduced in 2014 as the spiritual successor of the FZR250.

Yamaha VOX

The Yamaha XF50 (marketed as the C3 in North America, Vox in Japan, and Giggle in Europe) is a liquid cooled 49cc four-stroke motor scooter made by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha XT250X

The Yamaha XT250 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company.

Yamaha Tesseract

The Yamaha Tesseract was a hybrid electric concept vehicle introduced by Yamaha at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.