facts about yamaha.

The history of Yamaha dirt bikes began way back before your old man was just a twinkle in his ol' man's eye. The Yamaha Corporation was founded in 1887 by Torakusu Yamaha. They originally built pianos, then over the years branched out into a wide range of products including all types of electronics, musical instruments, computer products, home appliances and even robotics. To this day you can still recognize Yamaha's strong musical roots by its logo which consists of 3 interlocking tuning forks. It was Genichi Kawakami, the current CEO of the Yamaha Corporation, who made the decision to utilize the companies engineering skills and expand into motorized devices

By August 1954 the Yamaha YA-1 was complete. It was a two-stroke 125cc road bike. July 1955 Yamaha Motor Co L.t.d was founded. It now had its very own dedicated factory called the Hamakita Factory of Nippon Gakki. But it wasn't until 1968 that the first Yamaha dirt bike was produced. The DT-1 was a two-stroke 250cc Enduro bike and was claimed to be the worlds first true off-road motorcycle

honda 450

Honda’s incredible CRF450R just keeps getting better and better. And if you’re looking to dominate the 450 class, this is the bike you want. A whole selection of updates this year make the bike look and handle even better.

suzuki 450

The 2019 RM-Z450 remains the champion’s choice, as its sleek, race-ready appearance, strong engine, and nimble chassis continue the Suzuki tradition of extraordinarily precise handling.

kawasaki 450

The Kawasaki KX 450F is a liquid-cooled DOHC 449 cc four-valve four-stroke single motocross motorcycle made by Kawasaki