Yamaha YSR50

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Yamaha YSR50
Manufacturer Yamaha Motor Company
Engine 49.3 cc two-stroke
Transmission 5-speed
Wheelbase 41.4 inches
Weight 165 lbs (dry)
180 (wet)
Fuel capacity 2.1 gallons

The Yamaha YSR50 was a miniature motorcycle that was produced and sold by Yamaha during the late eighties and early nineties. The bike featured an air-cooled 50cc two-stroke engine. The engine was sometimes swapped out for a larger variety.[1]

Its first production year was 1987, and it was last made in 1992. American Motorcyclist magazine stated its top speed was 38 mph.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Julie Bort (July 2002). "Other techie daredevils". Network World. p. 73. 
  2. ^ Greg Harrison (February 1987), Of Mice And Men: Sreamin' meemies in the North Georgia mountains, American Motorcyclist, p. 16