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My best purchase ever.

Advantages: Excellent Build quality, extremely smooth riding, capable performance, supple suspension
Disadvantages: quarter of a ton so quite lardy, not as frugal as I'd like, Paint is a wee bit thin, uncommon

The Yamaha XJ900, in its earliest form, was a hit in the early 80's. It's smooth, no fuss and no nonsense 4 cylinder, 4 stroke engine was a revelation to the era that was obsessed with costly 2 stroke speed. Coupled with a relatively uncommon shaft drive ...

Kpjwateridge 07.02.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Yamaha XJ900S Diversion

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King of the Roadliner

Advantages: Superb handling, beautiful styling, power up the yazoo
Disadvantages: Smallish gas tank; hard to wipe the stupid grin off your face, may need risers for under-6' riders

I upgraded to this 1854 cc (113 cubic inch) cruiser- touring bike from the V-Star 1100 Classic that I owned (and reviewed) previously. This is Yamaha's motorcycle engineering masterpiece. The Roadliner and Stratoliner are the same bike, except the latte ...

CaperJohnny 29.01.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Yamaha Roadliner Stratoliner XV1900A

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A fun and fluid commuter with loads of grip but down on power.

Advantages: Loads of grip, great for the city, goes miles on tiny tank, makes you smile.
Disadvantages: Underpowered even for a 125, not ideal for tall riders.

This was the bike that helped my to pass my motorcycle test first time. Having done the compulsory basic training (CBT) I went straight to Infinity Motorcycles in Clapham and bought one of these. I had been doing a good deal of research on the internet re ...

pclarke0046 20.08.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Yamaha XT125X

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yamaha yzf-r125 at its glory

Advantages: bigger bike looks and comfy riding even at high speeds
Disadvantages: it has a high seating position.

Yamaha have really out done them selves on this on. With its slick curves, high tail end and its mean, aggressive looks which have been passed down from its big brothers the r6 and r1. Dont be fooled by the 125cc 4-stroke engine. It may be small by size b ...

playboy87 06.10.2009 · Read full review
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The Right Choice For A Beginner

Advantages: have a good design, and yamaha always have easy handling
Disadvantages: have a small space for passengers in the rear

When you first try to practice on a motorcycle, is a very incredible experience. Because it is a time that determines whether someone is eligible to be down to the highway. Now to get a driving license, is not the only thing we can only imagine. thanks to ...

gsangvicky 18.04.2009 · Read full review
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