c.1987 Yamaha YSR50
Frame no. 2AL-041985
'The YSR50's resemblance to a fun motorcycle is simply by design. Modelled after our largest competition motorcycles, the YSR50 will delight you with its gutsy zip, even though it weighs a mere 165 lbs. The YSR50 is a small-displacement bike with some pretty big ideas about itself - in its rakish looks, its attention to outfitting and detail, and thoughtful conveniences. Check out the YSR50's rectangular steel diamond frame, full fairing, rising-rate Monocross suspension, front disc brake and close-ratio, five-speed transmission. And what's more, unlike other sporty bikes of its size, the YSR50 is completely street-legal.' - Yamaha Motor Corporation. Built between 1987 and 1992, the YSR50 mini sports-bike was capable of 45mph, with 60mph-plus attainable by tuned examples. There are no documents with this example, which displays a total of only 215 kilometres (133.5 miles) on the odometer. This vehicle, having completed less than 6,000kms, may be deemed to fall in the NMT category under NOVA if the vehicle is registered in the UK. Please visit www.hmrc.gov.uk/nova/ for further information.