Wednesday May 20th 2020

» Yamaha Motor adds five days to temporary closure due to COVID-19

Yamaha Motor adds five days to temporary closure due to COVID-19

Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. announced that it has determined that all business locations, factories, and offices in Japan will have an additional temporary closure at the same time for the five days between June 8 and 12.

The only exceptions to the suspension are the Hamamatsu Robotics Building and the Miyakoda Building (both of these robotics-related facilities are in Kita Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture).

The company has also determined additional suspensions to operations for 10 working days from May 25 to June 5 at some motorcycle-related production sites.

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This is a pretty cool pic  -
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Not a lot happening today - I have to go for some minor skin surgery this afternoon ( nothing to worry about)

Weather looks great out there so we will likely be spending more time on the back deck  -

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We have heard that a few people have been getting out for a ride - we had a couple of KTM riders stop by yesterday - they had been out to Bear Creek then came around Westside Road, before heading back to Kelowna - I was able to help the one guy, with some Trials stuff as he has  just picked up an old Gasser ( Not a Pro thank god)

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Emily sent me some pics and video from our ride last week - the video is taken by her Go Pro camera , and shows her following me  along a bunch of old dirt trails to eventually end up on the ridge which they call “Two Chairs”  - I was on the Beta Evo 200 and Emily was on the TRS X track - really neat to see and hear the sounds of the bikes.

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I just saw this link to the story on that Mount St Helen’s Eruption pic I posted - Interesting Story and the guy is certainly lucky to be alive. read on>>

The story behind that photo of the Pinto in front of the Mt. St….

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