My apologies if this has been shared already...
Similar but I like the 95 better myself.i always liked the 94 rainbow warrior...loud colors
After looking closely at the TY250 (a 2 stroke trials bike) it appears that the a TY250 was fitted with a TW swing arm, rear tire, gas tank, seat and rear cowling, and the rest is modded ty250. I'm not sure if we can brag about about driving a bike that's been to both poles when it's so far from being a TW...but still a super cool bike and i WANT ONE!
ice racing?...Similar but I like the 95 better myself.
I would like to see every version on a big poster. I'd buy one for my shop.
Were those round headlights OEM or is Yamaha showing customs?
OMG the 87 area N/A Studio photo I'm guessing a concept version . Too cool! It's even got studded tires skinny front and handles all over it.
Would do well for it but nope...more extreme. Driving to the North Pole. After that he had further mods and drove it to the South Pole. My following posts on the previous page give more detail about that bike.
I was looking for Kazama's exploits and found an old Japanese talk show with some footage of his exploits. Some of the hill climb footage is... outrageous."Apparently, according to tw.sinophilia.org "in 1987, the Japanese Shinji Kazama reached the North Pole on a modified version of it." Also referred to by some as a mini-scrambler"
I was looking for Kazama's exploits and found an old Japanese talk show with some footage of his exploits. Some of the hill climb footage is... outrageous.
EDIT use this link to skip ahead to the actual segment:
EDIT 2 Here's the segment with the bike in question: