The Amazing Yamaha VMax.



Hey, gotta make room for my next bike project so my beloved Custom VMAX has to go.

First custom bike aficionado to send me $6,199 U.S. via PayPal gets to own this cool VMax Bobber Lo. There’s only 12,234 miles on her. She’s a beauty I tell yas. Here’s the eBay link for ya...Motorcycle Marc’s VMAX on eBay.


Before the Ape Hanger Bars…My VMaxBobberLo Project…lowered 2″ with Progressive springs and shocks. New Delkevic Mufflers and Pipes…great sound! Added 14 inch 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 you can keep it turned off…Added custom LED taillight. New Dunlop fatties front and rear.


Added 12 inch Ape Hangers for additional bobber-style coolness. (El Diablo Brand Bars) Click image to view additional details on eBay…


Here’s what I’ve done to this cool ride…

Superb condition, runs smooth, looks great, handles great, full of power with the classic and famous 1200cc VMAX motor. Maintained perfectly, upgraded where needed and comes with top-grade accessories. Shines like new…Only 12,236 miles.

Custom Notes:
12 inch Ape Hangers (El Diablo Brand)
Delkevic Mufflers & Pipes for awesome sound
Billet Aluminum Forward Controls – 14 inches forward (FC9 Refined Cycle Brand)
Lowered 2 inches front & back with Progressive Springs & Shocks
K&N Air Filter
T-Boost Instal with Switch – kicks in at 3,000 rpm, 6,000 rpm or keep it off. Your choice.
Custom LED Rear Taillight
Maintenance Notes:
Hydraulic clutch system flushed
Rebuilt clutch master cylinder
New braided steel clutch hose
New steering head bearings
New Fork Seals
New Temperature Sensor
Cooling system flushed
New Dunlop Tires front & rear
Condition Overall:
Excellent showroom custom style. Cool flames on faux-tank, comfortable forward foot controls, 12 inch Ape Hangers improve handling compared to short OEM bars in my opinion. Bike serviced regularly per OEM shop manual. Garage kept. Never dropped or in any accidents.

Super cool red flames design on the faux gas tank. Added modern K&N Air Filter.


Even the dashboard looks cool on my VMAX.


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


A real creative muscle bike original…my buddy’s OEM 1985 Yamaha VMax. Click image to review one of the first media articles on this amazing bike. #TopSpeedReview


The Second Generation VMax…introduced in 2010.

The 2016 Yamaha VMax included major upgrades and improvements…making it even more kick-ass powerful. FYI – the VMAX bikes are not for amateur riders. These bikes are serious muscle bikes. Read up on this ride from #TopSpeedReview. PhotoSource: YamahaMotorcycles


The Bottom Line.

My 2007 Yamaha VMAX bike was a labor of love…a dream bike for me for years. The first generation VMAX 1985 to 2009 was a true rider’s ride. A motorcyclist’s dream of a powerhouse with a 1200cc motor kicking out some 130+ horsepower. I hope you too can enjoy this motorcycle as much as I have had...#RideSafeOutThere. 


Motorcycle Marc’s 2007 Custom Yamaha VMAX…a 1200cc powerhouse of a cool bobber-style ride. Click image to see more info on eBay…it’s for sale for only $6,500 U.S.


Ride Safe Out There











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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  1. Tommy G. says:

    Interesting look for a VMAX. I love it but don’t have the money for toys anymore. The wife says we got to save for retirement. Sure do love what you’ve done with your VMAX though

  2. Jerry P. says:

    Love the Vmax. Owned a 97 for 10 years then got too sick to ride so had to sell it. Fantastic motorbike I must say.

  3. John R. says:

    Nice ride Motorcycle Marc…would you take $5,500 for it?
    Hello John…$6,000 is my bottom line…Thank you for reading my blog. – MJB

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