SR400

SR400

Yamaha’s classic big single has a genuine heritage and pureness of design that sets it apart from some other ‘retro’ models. There can be no doubt that the SR400 is the real thing, and with an authentic engine and chassis specification and original kick start mechanism, this charismatic twin-shock thumper is aimed at the many riders who are looking to rediscover the soul of motorcycling.

For many riders, the character, soul and image of a machine is far more important than its acceleration figures or potential lean angle. Fundamental qualities such as simplicity, ease of use and timeless design are more important to the SR400 owner. With its relaxed torque, light and agile chassis and sheer mechanical beauty, the SR400 is designed to appeal to riders looking for a motorcycle with a real heritage and character, and one which fully engages its owner.

In addition to its appealing character and easy performance, the SR400 also offers many possibilities for those riders who want to customise their machine, whether that involves adding a few bolt-on parts or going the whole way and creating a café racer, street scrambler or bobber.

*Images are shown for reference only, product specfications and data are subject to change without notice.

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.