? Buy it for its looks and the beautiful V4 engine.” www.pdq1.co.ukOWNING THE MAXIan Wyman is the Chairman of V-Max Club UK“Currently we have about 250 members, but this goes up and down. It’s a funny bike, some people buy it, love it, and keep
Yamaha have relased images of the 2010 V-Max and the only difference is that it's available in red. Oh, that and we expect there's going to be a hike in price - although we've had no official word from Yamaha UK - the V-Max has been selling well
The new V-max will retail for just under £10,000YOU'RE LOOKING at the first official image of Yamaha's all-new 2009 V-Max.The machine, which is due to go on sale later this year, is believed to be powered by an all-new fuel-injected 1800cc V4
to 1,500rpm but will pull cleanly and smoothly right up to the (restricted) top speed of just over 130mph. It's an almighty two-wheeled nuclear powerhouse that makes the old Max look downright lame. V-Boost? What's that?But this ain't no top speed gun
The new V-Max ... click the pic to see the galleryYAMAHA unveiled their all-new V-Max today in Madrid, at Santo Tome, an old airfield converted into a drag strip. The launch was witnessed by Europe's top motorcycle journalists. And I was there too
Click the pic to see the galleryMORE pictures of the new V-Max from Yamaha – showing the 70 degree V-twin motor that will power the muscle cruiser. The 1800cc motor is expected to produce around 210bhp (compared with the original bike’s 145
FOOTAGE FROM the 2009 Yamaha V-Max launch shows the new 200bhp V-four musclebike anhialating a 2500bhp drag racer.We reckon the car driver's not quite trying as hard as he could...
Yamaha V-Max ... new versus oldACCORDING to Visordown.com’s Japanese factory insiders, the all-new Yamaha V-Max will be launched to a waiting world in just over 12 days time. The countdown has begun for a worldwide launch of the new musclebike
AMERICAN COMPANY Tilting Motor Works has just come up with this amazing-looking three-wheeled concept for the iconic Yamaha V-Max. Inventor Bob Mighell says that the double front end on the bruiser cruiser allows for more grip when cornering
Watch it go!SIT BACK and enjoy two minutes of tyre-smoking, V-4 screaming footage of Yamaha's eagerly-awaited 2009 V-Max.The new machine, which has been the source of endless rumours over the last decade, seems to have been well worth the wait!
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