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Yamaha supports military rider safety

Yamaha Motor Corporation U. S. is pleased to announce that it has begun running a series of advertisements in an effort to promote proper riding training specifically geared to members of the U.S. Military. This effort follows numerous public concerns of a high incidence of accidents within the U.S. Military.

"We are very pleased that the growth and popularity of motorcycling in recent years is particularly evident amongst the men and women of our Military," said Bob Starr, General Manager of Motorsports Communications, "but unfortunately the level of training some members are receiving is not at the same rate at they would receive to operate some military equipment."

The Yamaha motorcycle training campaign geared toward the military will run from March through most of the Spring and early Summer riding season.

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