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Win a 2012 Yamaha YZ 250 F Race Bike

Yamaha YZ250F Giveaway

Yamaha Motor Corporation is offering one lucky Supercross fan the chance to win a modified 2012 YZ250 F with accessories from some of the very best in the business like GYTR, FMF, Lightspeed, One Industries and Braking just to name a few.

Major changes were made to the 2012 YZ 250 F to make it better in every way. The engine revs freer thanks to less friction, the motor pulls even further with the larger 39mm carburetor and the new bilateral frame and KYB SSS suspension complete the perfect handling package.

Starting at the very first Supercross in Anaheim, Calif., fans have been greeted in stadium concourses with signs directing them where to register to win this awesome machine.

If you missed the signs, the bike was brought up on the podium during intermission, and the announcers told the sold out crowds everything about the bike and how to win it.

If you haven’t been able to attend one of the rounds of the 2012 AMA Supercross series or even worse don’t have one in your neck of woods, we still want you to have the opportunity to take home this sweet looking 2012 YZ250F.

For a chance to win the bike, please visit before the Supercross season ends and register for your chance to win.

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