Cyclepedia features an online decoder for Yamaha motorcycle VINs. Visitors to Cyclepedia.com can enter a 17-digit VIN in the search field, and click the Decode VIN button. The program works for any motorcycle and returns... More »

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Engine numbers for Yamaha motorcycles, which are stamped into the engine block, are decoded and partially listed on a number of websites. The National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration introduced a standar... More »

Yamaha's website doesn't offer an all-terrain vehicle identification number decoder. However, several other reliable organizations, such as Cyclepedia and National Insurance Crime Bureau, offer free online VIN decoding a... More »

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The Yamaha RT100 is an off-road motorcycle made by Yamaha. The bike is known for being a transitional motor for first time riders looking to breach into the world of off-road riding. More »

The first Yamaha motorcycle was completed in August 1954, so as of 2015, Yamaha has been manufacturing motorcycles for just over 60 years. Mass production of the motorcycle began in January 1955, and Yamaha Motor Co., Lt... More »

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Some benefits of the 2015 Yamaha VMAX motorcycle include its powerful 1,679cc fourstroke V4 engine that delivers high torque, a lightweight chassis designed to handle curves and straightaways, and a Yamaha Chip Controlle... More »

Several shops with websites sell used or salvaged Yamaha motorcycle parts at a fraction of the cost of brand new parts, such as Motorcycle-Used-Parts.com, UNeedAPart.com, MrCycleParts.com and CannibalCycle.com. They clai... More »

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