(415) 639-9435 ext. 2513
275 8th St.,
San Francisco, CA 94103
If you're looking at the FJ-09, you've probably figured out you don't need to spend 20K+ to have a sport touring adventure. Nothing wrong with those big expensive European bikes, but truth is most folks who buy them probably spend most of their time riding between 50 to 150 miles from where they live. Nothing wrong with that either, but Yamaha knew they could produce a competent and exciting sport/adventure bike that would exceed the needs of most riders, and bring it to them for a lot less. And that's exactly what they've done with the FJ-09. Built around Yamaha's awesome 847cc triple taken straight out of the FZ-09, you could say this is a middle weight adventure tourer with an FZ-09 sport bike heart and you'd be right. Compact, beautifully styled and with room for two, I can't think of a better way to explore some of the best roads and most scenic rides the state of California has to offer. And no one's telling you to stop there. I hear they make a pretty good cheese steak sandwich in Philly, but don't take my word for it. With the FJ, you can go find out for yourself. - Dealer inspection, This Yamaha is in Excellent overall exterior condition - Clock, Tachometer, Fuel Injected, Disc Brakes, ABS - Contact SF Moto at 415-255-3132 or email@example.com for more information. - A little bit about us, SF Moto is a locally owned shop catering to first time scooter & motorcycle buyers. We have a huge selection of Helmets & Apparel, PLUS a great selection of used motorcycles & scooters. If you are in San Francisco please come by and visit. To see more bikes & scooters for sale check out our web site at www.sfmoto.com Call 415-255-3132 We are, Monday through Saturday, 10am-6pm and 12:00p-5:00pm on Sundays. Our location is 275 8th. Street San Francisco CA. 94103. This is in the south of market area of San Francisco just off the Bay Bridge. -
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