YFZ50

YFZ50

With its compact body, simple controls and automatic 49cc engine, the YFZ50 is the perfect way to start out. Built for children between six and nine, this mini ATV is ready to provide hours of family fun.

Safety comes first, and the YFZ50 has a range of features that give parents a high degree of control. Speed can be limited by the throttle screw and rev limiter switch – and a lanyard attached to a tether switch can cut the engine instantly.

Easy to use, fun to ride and simple to maintain, the Yamaha YFZ50 is the clear choice for responsible adults – and with its YFZ450R racer-inspired styling, this mini ATV looks set to be at the top of your kid’s wish list.

Rider safety is our priority. This ATV should only be ridden by riders aged 6 years and older.

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ATV Safety Guide
  • Always wear a helmet goggles, long sleeves, long pants, over-the-ankle boots, and gloves
  • Select the right vehicle for your purposes
  • Children under 16 must not ride adult sized ATVs
  • Ride an ATV that’s right for your age e.g. from 6-11 under 70cc; 12-15 90cc and under
  • Do not install ROPS or CPDs on ATVs
  • Undertake accredited training
  • Never carry a passenger on an ATV
  • Read the owner’s manual and watch the safety video provided with the vehicle
  • Abide by the manufacturer’s safety information and warnings
  • Do not overload your ATV and never exceed manufacturer’s guidelines for loading and towing
  • Never ride on paved roads except to cross when done safely and permitted by law
  • Never ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Never engage in stunt riding

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Lithgow Bike Stop

219 Main Street
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

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Telephone: (02) 6352 2688
Facsimile: (02) 6352 2289
Email: bikestop@westnet.com.au

Trading Hours

Monday to Friday : 9.00am - 5.00pm
Saturday : 9.00am - 1.00pm
Sunday : Closed

(02) 6352 2688

About Us

Dave purchased Lithgow Bike Stop in June 1992 and two years later Jamie joined the business and completed his motorcycle mechanical apprenticeship. In 1998 Dave and Jamie formed the partnership that exists to this day.

The brothers have always shared a love of motorcycling and have competed at various levels. Lithgow Bike Stop has also supported numerous local riders, assisting with the building and servicing of many winning teams. The respect for both brothers is widely known within the industry and both have assisted Yamaha Australia and Kawasaki Motors with technical advice.