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2010 SR400


Posted on November 18th, by Scott in Uncategorized. 7 comments

We just received some photos of the 2010 SR400 from Japan. That’s right, Yamaha have decided to continue the ever popular SR model. Let’s face it, they would be crazy to stop production of this classic based on the sales in Japan alone. Especially with a revival in retro, classic and cafe racer bikes around the world we think the 2010 SR will do Yamaha proud. The main difference between the previous SR’s that have almost been unchanged for 30 years and the new 2010 SR400 is the addition of fuel injection, which will reduce it’s previous high fuel emissions that stopped it being imported into many countries. This is great news for SR fans like ourselves and we look forward to seeing more of these beautiful bikes on the road (in whatever form). 





  • http://www.motohouston.com loosenoose

    the tu250 looks pretty bad right about now. sweet. i want this bike

  • al

    niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  • Charlie B.

    Yeah, but will they market it in the U.S.? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO………….!

  • Wants a Bike

    Who do I have to sleep with, rob, or kill to actually F&@#ing GET 1 of these bikes??? I want this bike, So….very, VERY badly. Unfortunately it looks like they are unavailable in the USA (Yea I want 1…bad, but not bad enough to pay upwards of $12,000 for a used 2004 SR). I called the local Yamaha dealer. The dude I talked to had never even heard of ANY SR series & claimed he was looking through the new 2011 Yamaha product catalog, & there were NO SR's. Does anybody know if they are EVER going to be sold in the USA? It's the same B.S. with the TU 250. I want either the (preferably) SR or TU for my 1st street bike. They are the ONLY bikes I want & their unavailability is literally preventing me from riding/getting a bike. I just can't believe that in this so called "Global Economy", I can't get my hands on either. :-(

  • Downunder

    Just got back from Japan and these bikes look even better in the flesh. The only way you'll get one though is either petition Yamaha in Japan, or try an import one into the country (probably not very easy)…..

  • Downunder

    Just got back from Japan and these bikes look even better in the flesh. The only way you'll get one though is either petition Yamaha in Japan, or try an import one into the country (probably not very easy)…..

  • Brick Mouse

    This summer brother! It’s on like donkey kong!