Iconic Motorcycle Yamaha TDM Triple Concept 2014

Iconic Motorcycle Yamaha TDM Triple Concept

Italian designer Oberdan Bezzi continues to experiment on three-cylinder Yamaha. This time, he decided to imagine how it will look iconic motorcycle Yamaha TDM, if the Japanese manufacturer decides to equip its new power-train.

Many fans of Yamaha TDM (a849 cc two-cylinder motorcycle) can be skeptical and do not believe that Yamaha will breathe new life into the good old TDM. Unfortunately, the way it is, although there is still a glimmer of hope. On the other hand, the three-cylinder motorcycle Yamaha TDM could be a competitor MT-09. The fact that the latest generation of Yamaha TDM really been focused on the use of the road, although the earlier models had a great base motorcycle was practical and multi-tasking.

In any case, modern Yamaha TDM with spoke wheels and good suspension would extend the range of Yamaha MT, although in this regard the Japanese manufacturer seems to have already decided, with its development strategy of MT-series.

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Museum Classic Motorcycle Show at Muskegon Bike Time

We had some awesome machines on display last year. Expect the unexpected this year…








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2nd Annual Muskegon Heritage Museum Classic Motorcycle Show at Muskegon Bike Time

During Muskegon Bike Time, July 17 to 20, the Muskegon Heritage Museum will display antique bikes inside and outside its building on W. Western Avenue for the second straight year.

“We’re looking for 1970s or older. We’d really like to see ’20s and ’30s, and we had them here last year,” said Adam Winters, the museum’s chief engineer and board vice president. “Last year was a huge success and we raised some pretty good money to support the museum, so this year, we’re looking to top it.”

He said he will arrange bikes – up to 20 – in three spots outside the museum. Some of the bikes can be stored overnight inside the museum.
Anyone bringing a bike to display will also get free photos taken by the museum’s photographer, and there’s a plan for a small party to recognize the efforts of the bike owners to bring their classic machines.

If you’d like to display your classic bike during the show, you can contact Winters via email at steamedup2@gmail.com or by phone at 231-769-5243 for more information.

The museum is a nice backdrop, and there might be opportunities to get photos with the 1880′s steam engine inside, Winters said.

He said that a few bikes have already registered with the museum and more are welcome. During the festival there will be scouts in the crowd looking for antique bikes to invite to be displayed.

“We just want to give them something different to look at,” Winters said. “And of course the museum will be open for donations and tours throughout the show. We might also try to offer some t-shirts for sale, with all the proceeds going to support the museum as well.”



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