The Amazing Yamaha VMax.



Hey, I’m working on a cool blog post on the Yamaha VMax…I’m almost done with this custom build then I’m gonna sell her. Next step…need to get some extended cables and add 12 inch Ape Hangers. 

First custom bike aficionado to send me $8,990 via PayPal gets to own this cool VMax Bobber Lo. There’s only 12,000 miles on her. She’s a beauty I tell yas. Send your payment to PayPal.Me/MarcJBeaulieu…Thank  you!

My VMaxBobberLo Project…lowered 2″ with Progressive springs and shocks. New Delkevic Mufflers and Pipes…great sound! Added forward brake and gear change controls. Cut off front fender for a clean bobber look. Added engine T-Boost with switch…opens at 3,000 rpm, 6,000 rpm or off…Added custom LED taillight. New Dunlop fatties. Next: adding 12 inch Ape Hangers.


Introduced in 1985, I’ve wanted to own this muscle-bobber for years. The VMax became a “cult bike” right from the start.


A real creative original…my friend’s 1985 Yamaha VMax.


The Second Generation VMax…introduced in 2010.


The 2016 Yamaha VMax included major upgrades and improvements.


The Bottom Line.


Photo Credit: Unfinished Man…Hyper-Modified VMax Project Bike. See the website –



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About Motorcycle Marc – I’m a motoblogger, some say a motorcycle industry influencer, ambassador and sponsor. I prefer to ride motorcycles but when I can’t ride I blog about it. Since 2009, I’ve developed a strong, dedicated following of thousands of gearheads, motorheads, biker-wannabes and 2-wheeled adventurers who love motorcycles and everything motorcycle-related. Welcome to my world – Marc J. Beaulieu (MJB)

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