Racetrack magic hits the street.
Winston Churchill may not have known much about motorcycles, but he was a master at motivating people. Once for example, to rally his fellow Englishmen during the early bleak days of World War II, he told them that they could "win the world through sacrifice."
It's fast, it's nimble and, best of all, it's thrilling to ride.
Specification sheets display lots of useful numbers, but those numbers don't always tell the whole story. Sometimes, a spec sheet needs yet another number, one that indicates how much fun a bike is to ride. And on a fun scale of one to 10, Yamaha's RZ350 rates a perfect 10.
THE NEW YAMAHA RD 350 MIGHT WELL BE TERMED THE BROTHER OF THE GIANT KILLER IF IT WERE COMPARED TO ITS STABLEMATE, THE TR3.
Racing versions of the RD 350 have successfully trounced machines over twice their size in AMA Class C competition for the past several years with such regularity that you know it couldn’t be a mistake.