Yamaha RD200 Gallery

Year
Bike
Picture
Description
1973
1973 yamaha rd200
yamaha rd200 1973
1974
1974 yamaha rd200
yamaha rd200 1974
1974
Yamaha RD200
Yamaha RD200
The RD200 was originally known as the CS3, a 180cc parallel two stroke twin with modern accoutrements such as Autolube & electric starter. In 1972 the engine grew to 195cc the model name changed to the CS5E, it was sold with garish purple and white paintwork covering a new stylish bodywork. By 1974 the bike had another paint job (gold), various minor modifications but most importantly the addition of reed valves to the engine, one for each cylinder. The bike was now known as the RD200, the RD (short for race developed) tag was introduced for Yamaha's entire range of sportier two stroke models. The reed valves improved the low-end engine response, Yamaha called this technical advance Torque Induction.
1975
Yamaha RD200B
RD200B
1979
1979 yamaha rd200dx
yamaha rd200dx 1979
1979
Yamaha RD200
1979 Yamaha RD200
1979
Yamaha RD200
RD200
1981
1981 yamaha rd200
yamaha rd200 1981
1982
Yamaha RD200DX
1982 Yamaha RD200DX
1983
Yamaha RD200 DX
Yamaha RD200 DX