|Sale by dealer or Private party?||Private Party|
|Motor||50 cc single-cylinder two-stroke|
|Exterior Color||White and Blue|
|Seller reported accidents||No|
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Ended on: Sep 15 at 01:15pm MDT
This is a 1989 Yamaha YSR50 finished in white and blue with a black seat. It is powered by a 50 cc air-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke engine with a 5-speed transmission. Sold by the Japanese automaker from 1986 to 1992, the Yamaha YSR50 sport minibike is reminiscent of the Yamaha YZR 500, though re-shaped and pared down in size. The YSR50 has a strong aftermarket following and is often still used in spec racing. This example shows just 282 kms and is registered in Ontario with an active and (Normal) status.
For US bidders, this Yamaha YSR50 is directly importable without modification as it is EPA & DOT exempt being greater than 25 years old. For more information on transport/import please visit our Transport/Import page here.
This street legal mini bike has a white and blue paint colour scheme with a red stripe and blue wheels. Stopping power is managed by a single hydraulic disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the rear.
It features turn signal lights that extrude from the perimeter frame, with side reflectors and Yamaha and YSR decals on the fuel tank, frame cover, and windscreen.
The bike has a shipping weight of 174 lbs and a 42 inch wheelbase. Stock 12” wheels are wrapped in Dunlop tires, 3.5” at the front and 4” at the rear.
This Yamaha YSR50 is equipped with a black instrument panel bearing a single analog gauge; a 100 km/hr speedometer with a five-digital odometer along with oil level, neutral drive, high beams, and turn signal indicators lights.
The grips and seat pad are black to match the instrument housing.
High beam and turn signal switches are mounted on the left handlebar, and an ignition switch is mounted on the right.
This Yamaha YSR50 is powered by its original 50 cc air-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke engine with a 5-speed transmission. This is a 4-up, 1-down gearbox connected to a chain drive. The bike has a claimed top speed of 61 km/hr. The YSR50 came factory rated with 7.1 horsepower at 8,800 rpm when new. It has a Mikuni carburetor and a suspension system consisting of a conventional fork and a double swingarm with a monoshock.