Yamaha

Yet another stunning machine from the collection of Sutton Coldfield's Alastair McQuaid, the yellow and black Yamaha America painted machine has seen much action on the fierce battlefields…

 

Introduced in 1968, the Yamaha YAS1 defies all motorcycle logic, even by today’s standards of miniaturisation. As a development of the previous Yamaha roadster twin designs, the vertically…

 

37 year old Neil Pullen’s affair with this RD50 began two years ago when he bought a Yamaha DT50M as a little bit of fun and also as…

 

If the Gixer was one of the turning points in the development of modern day sports machines then as little as two years later the lid was firmly…

 

Few machines have made an impact and stuck around for so long as Yamaha FJ series. Although little changed from its original design way back in 1984, the…

 

Dave Newitt is a driven man; his desire to build the perfect thumper has to be admired as he gets it so right, so often. Chris Pearson samples…

 

When the XV750 first arrived on UK shores many must have been left asking why? Never before had the Japanese manufacturers turned out such a focussed custom styled…

 

It is quite something when you can radically improve both the performance and handling of a seventies machine. What is even more special is if, while carrying out…

 

They don’t come much closer to the real racer deal than the Japanese only TZR250R. Ian King has one, and treats it to track session on a regular…

 

A true icon of the 70’s the fizzie became the must have for any 16 year old of the period, and now the root of many a mid…