At just 16 years old, South Australia’s Alex Larwood has amassed a pile of state and national motocross championships to his name and is about to embark on his professional career as he enters the 2020 MX Nationals season.
While it’s the riders and team managers who often take the glory for the results, often the hard working mechanic is the man behind the success on race day. They work long hours and devote their lives to building a masterpiece of a race bike that gets destroyed before their eyes each and every race day.
The Yamaha Australian Off Road Championships progressed three rounds into their series before grinding to a halt as the world deals with the Coronavirus. Yamaha Active8 Yamalube Racing’s Luke Styke leads the E1 division while Josh Green sits second in the E2 class and their bikes are patiently waiting for things to get fired up again for the back half of the year.
Sometimes, post championship celebrations aren’t all they are cracked up to be. After a four round, every race battle of death with Cody Cooper, Yamaha’s Kirk Gibbs emerged as the 2020 MX1 New Zealand Motocross Champion, making him a two time winner. And it was time to party it up… or was it?
The team at Yamaha strive to put our customers at the centre of everything we do. The health of our customers, dealers, employees and the community we all share is our top priority.
2020 will see the Yamalube Yamaha Racing Team expand to three riders as a Japanese rider, Kota Toriyabe, joins Jay Wilson and Levi Rogers on the team and in contesting the MX Nationals.
Yamaha is pleased to announce the release of the 2020 Tracer 900 GT sport touring machine, available in two colours for the first time, with a choice of Icon Black or the striking new Tech Black.
Yamaha Motor Australia is pleased to announce the arrival of its 2020 MT-07LA middleweight LAMs naked bike
The Yamaha MXstore Ballard’s Off-road Team (YMBOT) was in true form at Dungog NSW over the weekend for Round 3/4 of the Australian Off-road Championships (AORC). The team were well prepared for the true Enduro time card formatted event, which seen the senior riders cover approx. 7 hours of ride time!
The Dungog round of the Australian Off Road Championships (AORC) allowed many of the Yamaha supported riders and teams to consolidate their positions in their class championships.
Due to new Australian government legislation that requires the mandatory fitment of so-called Operator Protective Devices (OPDs) YMA will not sell utility ATVs after the government compliance deadline of 11 October 2021.
The weekend tossed up all kinds of challenges for the Yamaha Active8 Yamalube Racing team as they faced stiff opposition, a world heath issue and a good old fashioned down pour that had cancelled racing on Sunday at rounds three and four of the Australian Off Road Championship (AORC).
The annual gathering of Ténéré Tragics celebrated its tenth anniversary with a fun-packed five day adventure ride in the picturesque Victorian countryside. The 2020 Gold Rush Run welcomed the appearance of the all new Ténéré 700 adventure twin and invited a host of celebrity riders to join an 88 strong crew for the auspicious event.
The 2019 Yamaha WaveRunner line-up introduces exciting new models and innovative upgrades across the entire WaveRunner range.
A busy weekend of PWC racing saw plenty of Yamaha racers vying for podium places. Check out the result from the latest rounds in the NSW and QLD series.
Meet the 2019 FX Series, jam packed with updates to the legendary FX Series, 2019 adds more to an already incredible range of watercrafts.
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Yamaha Motor Australia is excited to announce the release of an industry-first range of stylish Yamaha-branded streetwear clothing.
All new site offers state-of-the art customer communication
Race Report - Yamaha FZR wins at NSW Aqua X
The 2016 Yamaha Variety Jet Trek has been completed and has once again been a great success with 58 personal water craft taking on the scenic and sometimes challenging 600km ride along the Southern-Coastline of Victoria.
Following his unfortunate accident at the 2nd Round of the Aqua X in January, Mitch Wayt was eager to make ammends with his Stock-Class FZR, and test the waters with his newly-completed Open-Class FZS SVHO tuned by Worx Racing.
Following his blazen performance at Round 3 of the NSW PWC Aqua X, Mitch Wayt was eager to start the 2016 QPWC (Queensland Personal Watercraft Club) Series on a high-note with his Stock-Class FZR, and his "developmental-stage" Open-Class FZS SVHO tuned by Worx Racing.
Yamaha Motor Australia is thrilled to announce the WaveRuner line up for 2017.