The 2020 Yamaha TW200 is an authentic vintage dual-sport motorcycle that is virtually untouched since its debut. The TW200 appeared on the motorcycle scene...
2020 Yamaha WR250R The 2020 Yamaha WR250R is an interesting member of the WR family. Although one might think the WR250R is a street-legal version...
After a refreshment last year, the 2020 Yamaha YZF-R3 returns unchanged, save for a striking new MotoGP edition that looks like Valentino Rossi's bike.
The 2020 Yamaha VMax is for riders who want to pick up speed in a straight line at an alarming rate, while still having handling for mountain roads.
2020 Yamaha XT250 With roots that date back to the 1980s and the Yamaha Serow, the 2020 Yamaha XT250 remains relevant in the 21st century. Along...
With classic bobber styling, the 2020 Yamaha Bolt and Bolt R-Spec straddle the blurry line between retro and contemporary cruisers. Here's a Buyer's Guide.
2020 Yamaha V Star 250 Riding the 2020 Yamaha V Star 250 is like stepping back in time. The quarter-liter cruiser motorcycle is relatively unchanged...
Think of the 2018 Yamaha XT250 as a casual-but-capable off-roader that is also an excellent local commuter, as well as being beginner-friendly.
The 2018 Yamaha Star Venture is the marque’s flagship tourer, and it comes in a standard version that is ready for touring, plus a Transcontinental Package.
While not marketed as a retro bike, the 2018 Yamaha TW200 fits the bill. However, that’s simply because it hasn’t had any significant changes in decades.
A much-misunderstood dual sport motorcycle with fat ATV-like tires, the 2017 Yamaha TW200 is the ultimate go-anywhere bike.
Based on the track-ready Yamaha YZF-R1 superbike, the FZ-10 gets a massaged Deltabox chassis and Crossplane Crankshaft motor to make it more effective on the street.
Although not as hard-core a dirt bike as the WR designation might indicate, the 2017 Yamaha WR250R remains one of the most off-road capable dual sports.
The 2017 Yamaha XT250 will appeal to riders looking for a dirt-capable dual-sport bike with an approachable seat height and easy operation.
Part of Yamaha’s new Sport Heritage line, the 2017 Yamaha SCR950 is a scrambler derived from a very unlikely machine—the Yamaha Star Bolt cruiser.