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1974 Yamaha Moto-Bike A-Model.

#1 2018-05-01 10:46pm

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1974 Yamaha Moto-Bike A-Model.

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1974 Yamaha Moto-Bike A-Model.

Early first year production A-model.

Compleately stock survivor Yamaha Moto-Bike. Only wear items were replaced. (Tires tubes grips.) I used to go to my local Yamaha dealer and drool over these bikes as a kid. When I found this one in 1993 it brought me back to BMX. I had no idea at the time what I started in my life when I brought this bike home.


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When I find a part i need for something I am putting together and I have no trust as to weather the part is 30 years old or 30 days old and I'm being charged a price on par with the real genuine and true item. I not only have to question the logic of people with your mind set but the state of the whole hobby in general. That is more to the point why so many people that knew better just walked away. Because they stopped being "OLD" kids bikes and are just kids bikes. Where in all that does the bullshit really lay?

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#2 2018-05-02 4:29am

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Re: 1974 Yamaha Moto-Bike A-Model.

The nicest Motobike I've ever seen.  Post a pic of your Yamaha display used at shows. It's a very satisfying, tucked up (very Sodbusteresque?) setup.

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#3 2018-08-23 7:27pm

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Re: 1974 Yamaha Moto-Bike A-Model.

Are you interested in selling this bike?

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#4 2018-11-18 3:04pm

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Re: 1974 Yamaha Moto-Bike A-Model.

Monster-Robot wrote:

The nicest Motobike I've ever seen.  Post a pic of your Yamaha display used at shows. It's a very satisfying, tucked up (very Sodbusteresque?) setup.

Thanks Michael! here you go.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/35489/dsc041535bf1efd874.jpg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/35489/dsc041545bf1efd8d0.jpg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/35489/dsc041555bf1efd8ab.jpg


When I find a part i need for something I am putting together and I have no trust as to weather the part is 30 years old or 30 days old and I'm being charged a price on par with the real genuine and true item. I not only have to question the logic of people with your mind set but the state of the whole hobby in general. That is more to the point why so many people that knew better just walked away. Because they stopped being "OLD" kids bikes and are just kids bikes. Where in all that does the bullshit really lay?

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