Quality Yamaha Motorcycle & Scooter Servicing in London

With years worth of combined experience at London Motorcycles there isn’t anything that our fully trained technitions have not seen before from minor faults to major disasters – we’ve have it all covered.

Yamaha Servicing with London Motorcycles

We offer some great packages for your Yamaha Motorcycle & Scooter services starting at £90 (plus VAT), based on your model and requirements.

These great service packages includes:

  • Oil – Replace (4 stroke only)
  • Oil Filter Replace (4 stroke only)
  • Oil – Top Up (2 stroke only)
  • Spark Plug Replace
  • Brake Pads Check
  • Brake Fluid Check
  • Air Filter Check/Clean
  • Suspension Check
  • Gear Oil Check
  • Throttle Freeplay Check & Adjustment
  • Carb Mixture Check
  • Idle Speed Check & Adjustment
  • Electrics Check (lights, horn etc)
  • Battery Check
  • Tyre Pressure Check
  • Tyre Condition Check
  • Transmission: Rollers Check, V-Belt Check
  • Oil Pump Check/Adjust (2 stroke only)

Making a booking

If you would like to book your Motorcycle or Scooter into the London Motorcycles Workshop, please get in contact with us or alternatively you can make your booking online.

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The History of Yamaha

Yamaha Motor is Born When Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. was established in Japan in July 1955, it was a relative latecomer in a market where as many as 150 motorcycle manufacturers competed for survival. New ones were starting up and others were folding at a tremendous pace, and few survived the challenge. In Yamaha Motor’s story, you will recognize the spirit of challenge in these early years that forged the company into the global corporate group we are today, in pursuit of the perpetual goal of being best in the world market.

It all began when then president of Nippon Gakki, (now Yamaha Corporation,) Genichi Kawakami, put to use some machining equipment used in the production of metal airline propellers to develop the first Yamaha motorcycle. It was the YA-1, nicknamed “Aka-tombo” which means red dragonfly.

With a starting capital of 30 million yen, 274 employees and two single-story wooden factory buildings with a capacity to turn out 200 motorcycles a month, the fledgling company dared to confront competition, a will that came to forge the company spirit of challenge. Yamaha entered the first YA-1 in the Mt. Fuji Ascent Race and won. From there on, our employees moved with determination from one challenge to the next, working as a team, sharing victories and setbacks.

Source: http://www.yamaha-motor.eu/uk/experience/history