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YZ65 Cup Announced For New ZealandYamaha Motor New Zealand is pleased to announce the YZ65 Cup is going trans-Tasman and will be coming to Harrisville, Pukekohe for the third round of the MX nationals on the 24th February 2019.
Auckland S-XJoin Yamaha at Auckland S-X Mt Smart 24th November 2018
Auckland Motorcycle ShowCheck out the Yamaha setup at the Auckland Motorcycle Show 24-25 November 2018.
Ténéré 700 revealedCovers come off much anticipated adventure model at EICMA. Yamaha's in-depth off road expertise is beyond doubt. Now the time has come to re-establish Yamaha as a leading force in the adventure...
EICMAJoin Yamaha Motor Europe as well as international press and media at EICMA 2018 via this live stream to witness the unveiling of some key new models from Yamaha Motor.
Whibley Back On The Pace After Injury Lay-OffManawatu's Paul Whibley is back in action and quickly on the pace after a 10-month stint on the sidelines
Altherm JCR Yamaha Dominates Taupo MX FestHamilton-based former Mangakino man Kayne Lamont (Altherm JCR Yamaha YZ450F), the top rider at Taupo’s MX Fest event.
Shaw And New 65cc Yamaha Make Immediate ImpactThe brand new Yamaha YZ65 has not been on the market for very long, but the impact felt at the weekend's New Zealand Mini Motocross Championships near Porirua was massive.
All New WR450F Breaks CoverYamaha’s WR450F celebrates its 20th year in production with a complete revision aimed at bringing the competition enduro weapon much closer to its YZ and FX brothers.
Carter Eager To Make His Yamaha DebutMount Maunganui's Rhys Carter is counting down the days before he makes his race debut on his new Yamaha YZ450F.
Archer Signs On To Race For YamahaTe Awamutu’s Rachael Archer (Yamaha YZ250FX), preparing to take on the best in the United States.
Rountree Stamps Authority At North Island ChampsWhanganui's James Rountree, in fine form this season on his two Yamaha motocross bikes.
Kiwi Hero Duncan Ruled Out Of World ChampsPerhaps the unluckiest of all Kiwi sporting heroes, Otago's Courtney Duncan has just been ruled out for the rest of the 2018 motocross world championship season.
MT Ride EventSorry we have now reached full capacity for the MT road ride. Please follow the Yamaha Motor New Zealand Facebook page for our next event.
May Wins One Contest And Builds Lead In AnotherAucklander Callan May has another piece of silverware for his bulging trophy cabinet.
Carter Makes The Switch To YamahaYamaha has added another string to its bow with news this week that Bay of Plenty motocross international Rhys Carter will be joining the boys in blue
Purvis Stamps His Authority At Final RoundMangakino's Maximus Purvis (Altherm JCR Yamaha YZ250F), untouchable at Coolum, in Queensland, on Sunday.
Yamaha's May Keeps The Win Streak GoingTitirangi's Callan May (Yamaha YZ250FX), on his way to another comprehensive win at the weekend.
Yamaha's May Continues His Winning WayTitirangi's Callan May (Yamaha YZ250FX), enjoying a golden run on the Kiwi cross-country scene this season.
Kiwi Hero Duncan Ready For The Final PushNew Zealand's Courtney Duncan is perhaps just four races away from winning the Women’s Motocross World Championships (WMX) title this season.