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Vintage Yamaha Motrcycle Puzzle Details:

About: The motorcycle division of Yamaha was founded in 1955. Yamaha's initial product was a 125 cc two-cycle, single cylinder motorcycle, the YA-1. Early success in racing set the tone for Yamaha, as competition in many varieties of motorcycle racing has been a key endeavor of the company throughout its history. By 1963 Yamaha's dedication to both the two-stroke engine and racing paid off with their first victory in international competition, at the Belgium GP, where they won the 250cc class. Since then Yamaha has won 39 world championships, including 6 in MotoGP and 9 in the preceding 500 cc two-stroke class, and 1 in World Superbike. So what are you waiting for? Jump aboard the classic motorcycle featured in today's new puzzle and let's go for a ride! Have fun!
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