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2013 Yamaha Xt250 on ns1.2040-motos

$4,999
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Cambridge, Minnesota

Cambridge, MN
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Yamaha XT photos

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Yamaha XT tech info

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Yamaha XT description

2013 Yamaha XT250, GO WHERE YOU WANTThe electric start, fuel injected XT250 is the bike for the person who wants the versatility to go where the road or trail might take them. Light and nimble with a low seat height and legendary Yamaha durability, the XT is the perfect traveling companion.

Moto blog

Just for a moment; leading the British GP

Tue, 12 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Cal Crutchlow’s early exit at his home Moto GP last year meant we didn’t get to see his awesome potential at Silverstone. His two WSB race wins there in 2010 were pretty special as he dominated on the factory Yamaha R1, not least as he used some alternative lines and every inch of the track along the way. With his form matching the world's best in every event this year, on paper, this weekend should be his best chance so far to secure a podium or maybe even (making the dream come true!) take the first major class win in three decades.

Yamaha Gets Monster Energy MotoGP Team Sponsorship, Annuls Lorenzo’s RockStar Sponsorship Deal

Fri, 21 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Yamaha has reportedly signed energy drink maker Monster Energy to sponsor its factory MotoGP team, according to Spanish site MotoCuatro.com. The new sponsorship deal created a bit of a problem however, as Yamaha‘s star rider Jorge Lorenzo recently signed a two-year contact extension to his personal sponsorship deal with RockStar, a rival energy drink maker. To get around this sticky situation, MotoCuatro reports Yamaha will invoke a clause in Lorenzo’s contract allowing the manufacturer to veto and buy out his RockStar contract.

Reunions Are Best Done On Motorcycles

Tue, 09 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

When we were kids, life was much simpler. We could play outside all day without a care in the world. If we were lucky, our parents bought us dirtbikes to use in the field, or in Australian Mark Toia‘s case, his favorite hill.