Tag Archive | "Yamaha"

Review – 2008 Yamaha C3

Thursday, August 7, 2008


Here’s the lasted video that goes along with the written review for the 2008 Yamaha C3, being hosted over at Motorcycle.com. Read the review over here. I enjoyed it, but I tell you what… I’ve said it myself and heard from others; we would love to see a that new Zuma 125 engine stuffed into […]

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Review: 2008 Yamaha Majesty

Thursday, July 31, 2008


We’re still servin’ ‘em up! Here’s the latest in our short, little review series. You can click on the title link to read the write up at Motorcycle.com. You may have noticed the brevity of these reviews. They are meant more to convey the essence of the scooter than offer an all out dissection of […]

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Try to maintain a relaxed but aware riding posture

Sunday, June 15, 2008


There’s a “laid back” riding style, then there’s this guy who is pretty much loungin’. Somebody get this guy a pillow. Click the title link to see the source of this image (Tokyo Scooter Stuff) courtesy of the black cat (Kuroneko).

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Yamaha has made official it’s 2009 line-up

Wednesday, June 11, 2008


Two new models for the new year out of the Yamaha camp. First is a new twist on an old friend… The Zuma! She’ll be available in her traditional, feisty 50cc 2-stroke package and now in her new 125cc 4-stroke configuration (it might make your face hurt).There are a few design changes to the Zuma […]

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Tokyo-Parts makes the most evil C3 (Vox) ever

Tuesday, May 27, 2008


The Max★Vox. If Yamaha had a partnership with Warner Bros. to produce a Bat Scooter inspired Vox (C3), this is probably what it would look like. I’d love to have better photos and specs, but I don’t have a copy of the June issue of “MotoChanpu”. You can click the title link to hop over […]

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The LA Times – Scooter sales trump motorcycle sales

Thursday, May 22, 2008


(Nice video with one tiny correction, Kymco People is Taiwan not Korea.) Besides some interesting stats on scooter sales this piece from the LAT compares what is probably the most popular class in the USA right now, the 125-150cc displacement. It’s not so much a shoot-out between the Vespa S, the Kymco People 150 and […]

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