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The Japanese company Yamaha Motor is the world's most famous motorcycle manufacturer with headquarters in Iwata. Its lineup includes sports motorcycles, cruisers, cross-country bikes, street fighters, sport-tourist motorcycles.
Yamaha is the second largest Japanese motorcycle manufacturer after Honda Motor Company. Its bikes are valued all over the world for its excellent handling, reliability and original design.
In addition to motorcycles, the company produces scooters, motorized bicycles, boats, jet skis, boat motors, all-terrain vehicles, engines, electric generators, water pumps, snowmobiles, unmanned helicopters, electric power units for wheelchairs and equipment.
It was originally part of Yamaha Corporation, the largest producer of musical instruments.
In 1897, he founded the Nippon Gakki company, whose logo selected three tuning forks and the figure of the Chinese phoenix. Already in 1890, it became the largest producer of musical instruments in the world.
In 1916, Taraguchi Yamaha dies, but the business he founded continues to live under the direction of the company's elected presidents.
Launched in 1992, the GTS 1000 touring motorcycle was a technological breakthrough for the brand. It received a frame in the form of the letter "omega", a lever front fork with separate control and suspension mechanisms, a four-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1002 cc. cm and a power of 100 hp
Released in 1997, the YZ 400F, for the first time after a long break, returned the laurels of the winner of the world championship in motocross to a four-stroke engine.
In 1998, the YZF-R1 sport bike was introduced, which became the benchmark for its class. It was equipped with a compact chassis, which provided the motorcycle with a mass of only 177 kg, and a four-cylinder engine with a capacity of 998 cubic meters. cm and a power of 150 hp.
In 2011, the competitor of the German BMW GS1200R, the first motorcycle of the brand of travel-enduro class - Super Tenere. Two years later, the new MT-09 and Star Bolt.
Now Yamaha Motor in terms of production is second only to its constant rival - Honda. Its enterprises are represented in more than 45 countries. They employ more than 100,000 people.