The Senegal River flows from headwaters in the Guinea Highlands and at each of ten villages scattered around the river’s watershed in northern Senegal, work is underway for installing new Yamaha Clean Water Supply Systems. Permanent access to the clean water the systems will provide means healthier, happier lives for everyone. If the water changes, lives will change. The water station is a gathering place for the villagers and is lively again today with laughter and conversation.
You ride this machine. You drive a car, but you ride a motorcycle, a feeling you might liken to riding a horse. Using all five senses, you become one with the machine in an organic unity.
Since its founding, Yamaha Motor has always held one performance standard above the rest: handling. It’s about creating a machine that responds naturally and in tune with human perceptions. This standard is unchanging, and applied to machines for beginners as well as for the world’s top riders.
The feeling of rider-machine unity is what creates the joy of the ride or the thrill of the challenge... and it's what defines “Yamaha Handling.”