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The city of Hamamatsu Japan, it was here in 1900 that Torakusu Yamaha created the first piano in Japan.
Mr. Torakusu Yamaha initially repaired pianos imported from Europe in the late 19th century.
Then he learned how to make the piano and went into the music business.
Japan soon stopped importing pianos; instead, the newly formed Yamaha began exporting pianos all over the world.
In August 1954, Yamaha introduced its first motorcycle, the YA-1, a 125 cc single-cylinder model, copied from one German model, but the shape and color of the motorcycle was unique, it was immediately nicknamed Akatombo, which means "Red Dragonfly" in Japanese.
To catch up with other motorcycle companies, Yamaha wasted no time in putting its bike up for races.
In 1955, just weeks after the release of the first YA-1, Yamaha entered the Red Dragonfly for the two most important races in Japan: Mount Fuji and Mount Asama.
Winning the Mount Fuji race was a great success. Racing proved to be a good way to show quality and performance.
Success in racing led to an increase in demand, by the end of 1955 Yamaha's 274 people were assembling 200 motorcycles a month.
In 1958, the YD-1 became the first Yamaha motorcycle sold in the United States.
Today Yamaha still defines the philosophy of beauty and style.
Yamaha knows how to combine ergonomics with a motorcycle that behaves perfectly on the race track and can be ridden through the streets, you can go out into the countryside, to work, and you can even ride it off-road if necessary.
In 1985, the first sports bike appeared, from which the current R1 series went.
Inside the factory, every new motorcycle is tested by a tester.
Each motorcycle has an electro-remote control system, instead of traditional cables, the valve and the engine are connected by a computer, which makes 1000 calculations per second.