Gearheads of a certain age remember 1968 as the year the Yamaha hit the scene and changed motorcycling forever. Prior to the release of the Yamaha a reliable, reasonably powerful and inexpensive dirt bike simply didn’t exist.
Worry-Free Wheels Just because you like to ride bikes doesn't mean you like wrenching on them, and we can't blame you. Who wants to crawl around on a dirty garage floor, cursing and scraping their knuckles.
We’ve used the term ‘low-key’ to describe Ad Hoc’s David Gonzalez before. His latest release—an audacious Yamaha anything but. This cheeky-looking scrambler was built to appeal to the urban and extreme sports sensibilities of its young owner.
Two-Stroke Scramble: 1968 Yamaha Big Bear - Classic Japanese Motorcycles