Yamaha Category

Yamaha Motor Australia is proud to announce an extraordinary collaboration with internationally acclaimed artist Jade Akamarre and her Adelaide gallery, Pwerle.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

YMA is pleased to announce the new MY25 off-road range including MX, enduro and cross country. Highlights include the all-new WR250F and YZ250FX off-road models that are based on the latest YZ250F MX weapon.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Yamaha Motor Australia has again jumped in behind one of our racing athletes on the world stage, this time offering support to Queensland based road racer, Cameron Swain, as he contests the FIM Yamaha R3 bLU cRU World Cup in Europe throughout the 2024 season.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

ShopYamaha Off- Road racer, Jack Simpson and WBR Yamaha’s Maximus Purvis charged to a 3-4 finish at the high profile and prestigious Hattah Desert race on the weekend.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

The first day of July each year commemorates the foundation of Yamaha Motor Company, on 1 July 1955. Just a few days after its foundation, Yamaha entered its new YA-1 Red Dragonfly (Aka-Tombo 赤トンボ) in the two major race events in Japan: the Mount Fuji Ascent Race and the Asama Highlands Race. The new motorcycles achieved third and first place, respectively, and also claimed first place in the 125c

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Ténéré 700 Rally participants were faced with dry and dusty conditions on their five-day 2000km inaugural 2023 event recently.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Yamaha has long been at the forefront of motorcycle innovation. Each step in the company’s technological development seeks to offer a more immersive riding experience which is even more gratifying for the rider.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

WBR Yamaha’s Koby Hantis continues to carry the MX3 points leaders red plate on his YZ250F after five rounds of the ProMX after another podium result at round five of the championship in South Australia.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Despite a challenging day at round five of the ProMX Championship at Murray Bridge, Yamalube Yamaha Team racer, Ryder Kingsford, showed real fight as he finished the day in fifth position in the MX2 class, but more importantly moved to second place in the championship.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team rider, Jed Beaton, finished second at round five of the ProMX Championships at Murray Bridge and now sits seven points behind the championship leader with three rounds remaining.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

The Yamaha Motor Australia supported RideADV team has continued its run of brilliant events held exclusively for female riders. Its recent North Coast two-day Adventure pitched camaraderie against Mother nature with the unbreakable spirit of the female riders prevailing.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Yamaha Motor Australia staff put their culinary skills to the test, throwing their support – and appetites - behind cancer research in Australia for the 2024 Biggest Morning Tea event.  The generous staff at Yamaha Motor Australia’s head office in Wetherill Park raised much-needed funds for the cause by offering a gold coin donation to sample the fantastic variety of homemade sweet and savoury tre

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

The most expansive and impressive boat show display by Yamaha Marine took place at this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. The presentation of Yamaha marine technology has been hailed a resounding success, a fitting reward for the hard work and dedication shown by the staff and dealers who took part.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Join us at the 2024 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, 18-20 October, in our new and relocated Yamaha MotoGP Hospitality Experience.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Yamaha Motor Australia has thrown significant support behind Tayla Relph and her 2024 FIM Women’s Circuit Racing World Championships that gets underway in Misano, Italy, on June 14.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

What will human-machine interfaces of the future be like? MOTOROiD is a proof-of-concept experimental electric motorcycle integrating mobility with intelligent technologies. If people and their machines can take on a deeper kind of partnership, one where they can call to and respond to one another. 

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Round four of the 2024 Penrite ProMX Championship proved to be a difficult one for the CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team with Dean Ferris unable to compete after a practice crash and Jed Beaton missing the round victory when he tied on points at the end of the days' racing.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

It was a wild and crazy weekend for the MX3 division at round four of the ProMX, with the three-race format offering plenty of changes on the championship leader board and at the halfway point, WBR Yamaha’s Koby Hantis now carries the leaders red plate.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Yamalube Yamaha Racing’s Ryder Kingsford broke through for his maiden ProMX round victory after taking a convincing win in the MX2 division at round four of the Championship at Maitland over the weekend.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

It was a dry and dusty affair at rounds five and six of the Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) at Edenhope in Victoria, with ShopYamaha Team riders of Kyron Bacon and Will Dennett over-coming the elements to reach the podium on both days.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

With just days to go before the 2024 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show officially opens, Yamaha Marine is working tirelessly to ensure this year’s interactive display of Yamaha Marine products is its most impressive yet. 

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

The 2024 Ténéré 700 Rally was another ripper event for owners of Australia’s most popular ADV bike. The five day ride that started and finished in Coffs Harbour covered every imaginable type of terrain in all weather conditions. At one stage the route went from slick clay to dusty gravel within the hour… on the same road.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

Round three of the ProMX Championship at Gilman, in South Australia, proved to be a frustrating one for the CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team with the duo of Jed Beaton and Dean Ferris finishing second and fourth for the round respectively.

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga

The Yamalube Yamaha Racing Team continued its up and down ride to start the ProMX Championship with all the riders looking for the consistency to cement a spot on the MX2 podium. 

  • By Stuart Simmons Yarrawonga
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