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Yamaha Motor Company has always been known for innovation. Yamaha’s history is deep rooted and goes back over a hundred years to 1887 when Torakusu Yamaha found the company, which at that time was producing reed organs and other instruments. The Japanese manufacturer began producing motorcycles in 1955 and have since always been leading the way with their ability to take risk and produce cutting edge technology. The first Yamaha motorcycle, the Twin Cylinder YDI was produced in 1957. Yamaha is the second largest producer of motorcycles in the world, second only to Honda. Expanding each and every year with their wide range of motorcycles, and various other power sports machinery; Yamaha is a force to be reckoned with.
Yamaha Corporation broke into the field of motorcycles July 1, 1955. With the extensive background in metals (used in their piano manufacturing), Yamaha was able to apply this knowledge into the making of lightweight and reliable metals for construction of their motorcycles. It goes without saying that racing has always been an important part of the Yamaha family. Winning championships on both pavement and dirt Yamaha has proven itself time and time again. Boasting such great racers like Valentino Rossi and Chad Reed, Yamaha has definitely proven itself as one of the greats in the world of motorcycle racing. There are many motorcycle fairings produced now with the racing designs from riders like Rossi and others. Many of these styles of motorcycles can be seen in some of the MotoGP races across the world.
Yamaha leads the way with its ground breaking technology in their impressive lineup of innovative sport bikes. The ever popular YZF-R1 and YZF-R6 sportbikes, both of which offer the ride by wire throttle and electronically controlled intake tracts, lead the way in design with their striking Yamaha Fairings. Taking ideas directly from Valentino Rossi’s world championship-winning M1 motorcycle, the current YZF-R1 will be utilizing the crossplane crankshaft design. Yamaha offers many other popular motorcycle models such as the YZF-R6s, FJR1300 as well as the popular FZ6 and FZ6R models.