Featuring an all-new modern unisex design and driven by an economical and quiet-running 125cc EU5-compliant engine, the all-new D’elight is designed for riders with a busy urban lifestyle who need a stylish, accessible and easy to use scooter that meets their everyday needs.
Yamaha’s new NMAX 155 has always offered sporty performance and outstanding economy. Now the Blue Core powered scooter features a new engine, frame and suspension combined with a premium electronics package for an even more sophisticated ride.
Yamaha Motor Australia is proud to announce our newest Victorian authorised Yamaha Outboard Dealer, R & M Marine Services.
Five years after the launch of the original model, Yamaha has created an all-new version of the ultimate multi-role motorcycle.
18 Ténéré riders gathered outside Adelaide for the inaugural South Australian Destination Yamaha event on Sunday 8 November.
Despite it being late in the year, Yamaha Junior Racing continues to bring the heat and enthusiasm to each event and again achieved significant results as racing winds down for the season. The racing continues around the national with state based events in Western Australia, Tasmania and New South Wales all taking centre stage in recent weeks.
20-year-old university student Annika Mountstephens had never ridden off-road. But being a keen mountain biker and having just secured her L-plates on a road bike, the Sydney local was keen to enjoy the NSW countryside the best way possible – on an adventure ride.
Following on from the reveal of the all-new MT-09 Hyper Naked earlier this month, Yamaha has now released details of the all-new 2021 MT-09SP. Just like the 2021 MT-09 it is based on, the all-new SP model is lighter, more powerful, and more technologically advanced in every area.
A range of upgraded features including an engaging engine with more linear response and more powerful front brakes confirm the MT-07’s class-leading riding experience for 2021.
Despite some of the coldest and wettest October weather on record, there was a healthy turnout for Destination Yamaha’s Windsor-Bulga-Windsor road ride on 1 November.
The Yamalube Yamaha Racing team gave two loyal and passionate Yamaha riders the red carpet treatment and let them be ‘Factory for a Day’ in a once in a life time experience.
Yamaha Motor Australia is excited to announce the release of the Tricity 300, an all-new premium Leaning Multi Wheel (LMW) model that brings a fresh new look to the ever-growing Australian scooter market.
Yamaha has reinforced its dominance in the Hyper Naked category with the launch of the all-new MT-09 for 2021. Lighter, more powerful, and more technologically advanced in every area, this dynamic new motorcycle is the purest expression of the core values that make the MT range such a huge hit. Yamaha has reinforced its dominance in the Hyper Naked category with the launch of the all-new MT-09 for
The past two weeks and have again proven successful for Yamaha Racing in Australia with multi race and championship wins across two states, as the 2020 continues to unfold.
Destination Yamaha hosted its second fun-packed adventure ride – this time taking on the NSW’s stunning South Coast hinterland on 10-11 October.
Yamaha Racing Team’s Aiden Wagner has finished the Queensland Superbike Championships in second place after the final round of the series was conducted at Morgan Park, Warwick, over the weekend.
Side-by-side vehicle customers looking for a fun weekend should look no further – AORVA is organising an SSV muster at one of the best venues for recreational, sport and utility SSVs.
Upon the announcement by Motorcycling Australia that the remaining rounds of the 2020 Australian Off Road Championship (AORC) have been cancelled, Yamaha is proud to announce our five champions from the 2020 season.
GYTR-Yamaha Junior Racing’s, Jackson Camilleri, celebrated his 16th birthday in perfect style by dominating the King of Capricorn event, held in Rockhampton over the weekend.
Yamaha Motor Australia encourages you to get on your motorcycle and ride – whether that be to work or for fun – next week. We support the industry-led Ride to Work initiative that kicks off on Monday 21 September.
The weekend proved one of the busiest of the year for dirt bike enthusiasts with events in nearly every state, from motocross to off-road and Yamaha Junior Racing were again out in force.
It’s been a long break between races for CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team rider Kirk Gibbs, but he is set and ready to compete at The King of Capricorn Cup in Rockhampton at the start of October.
The bLU cRU Ride ADV WR250R Rally took the long way round this year. The annual event sought out the best trails between Cessnock and Bulahdelah in the NSW Central Coast hinterland to put a smile on 45 owners of the small capacity adventure bike.
The Yamaha Racing Team again made the most of a racing weekend and sent Aiden Wagner with the YRT rig out to Morgan Park in Warwick to contest the Southern Downs Road Racing Championships.