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Exterior Features


Mechanical Features

Date Registered     August 1976

Registration           NTB 350R

Chassis                    00680

Engine                     680

MoT                        June 2013

Exterior Colour     Black & Polished Aluminium

Bespoke one-off stainless steel exhaust system

Aluminium belly pan

Twin Shock inverted forks

Disc brakes

SuperMoto Black wheels

Vapor Speedometer computer

Oil temperature gauge

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Yamaha XT500C 1976


Model History

Yamaha were credited by many with the re-invention of the big single when they introduced the TT500 in 1975, following it with the release of the road equipped XT500. Both models came about as a result of a request made by Yamaha US who believed that there was a market for a machine capable of covering the great open spaces of the States in a manner not addressed by the then available two-strokes. Built to be rugged, reliable and handsome the TT and XT500's proved an instant success in both the States and Europe. Although not intended for competition use both variants of Yamaha's new four stroke trail bike quickly found themselves being used on the track and in enduros. In recent years the XT has been in the vanguard of the rise in interest in classic trail bikes with a number of specialists catering for them.

Bike History

This bike has been developed by the Uk’s leading Yamaha XT Engine Builders.  The company owner has his work and bikes documented and featured in most motorcycle magazines.  “Dave's hand built XT500 Supermoto's were hugley popular & highly desirable machine's”

This bike was restored and converted in 2007 and featured as a phase 2 supermoto build, featuring as one of the companies flagship conversions, only the best will do!

Modifications from the standard specification include the replacement of the standard wheels with smaller rims allowing the use of modern, sticky, road tyres, upside down forks and disc brakes front and rear.

It is presented to an exceptional standard throughout having seen little use since entering the private collection from which it is now being offered.

Polised aluminium tank

Bespoke one-of exhaust system

Aluminium bespoke belly pan

Twin Shock inverted front forks

Disk brakes

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