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We've been in business for 40 years, so Ken's Yamaha knows how to take care of our customers! When you do business with us, we look forward to making it a long-term business relationship by offering the best financing, service, and parts and accessories for your new or used purchase. We sell new and used motorcycles, ATV's, and snowmobiles from Yamaha and KTM. Located in Norway, Maine, we're just a short drive from Lewiston or Portland.

Contact us today at 207-743-8256 or stop in to see how Ken's Yamaha can help you find the right motorcycle, ATV, or snowmobile!



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An Owner's Guide for Veteran, Vintage, and Classic Motorcycle Insurance

Insurance for Classic Motorbike

Owning a motorcycle or scooter can be a hobby. It is also something that you can use for special occasions, more so if what you have is nothing more special than a veteran a vintage, or a classic. A veteran is a vehicle made prior to 1919. A vintage, on the other hand, is made between 1919 and 1930, while a classic has an age of 15 years old or a bit older. Nevertheless, whether you have a veteran, a vintage, or a classic, we, at Ken's Yamaha can help you choose the best offer against theft, fire, flood, and accidental damage.

Insurance for your motorcycle is not very different from the cheapest homeowners insurance, both offer the consumer peace of mind. You can use the details below for more information on motorcycle insurance.

Veteran, Vintage, or Classic Motorcycle Coverage

Riding A Motorcycle with Children Safely

Child on Motorbike

Motorcycle rides are probably one of the most dangerous modes of transportation, but owning a motorcycle has its perks - low maintenance, you do not need a big parking space, smaller fuel usage, and a lot more. Having a motorcycle, though, can also mean you can only tag one person along; they can be any member of your family including children. Yes, motorcycle rides with children can happen. And when the time comes you will be confronted with the number one issue in riding a motorcycle, safety.

As parents, our priority will always be our childrens safety. From the moment they started to walk, we would search for the best baby walker to ensure that are safe. However, motorcycle rides can be fun and memorable if you take the following into account:

Buy a reliable kid's helmet

A helmet is the most important gear for motorcycle rides. It protects the rider from head injuries that can cause brain trauma. It is also vital to use a helmet based on the child's age.

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Win the 2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro Now!

2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro

This July, our team will be offering a 2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro to one lucky winner. This is in celebration of our first year in the industry. Anyone interested is welcome to join.

Prize Indemnity Insurance

This prize is made possible by Prize indemnity insurance. Prize indemnity insurance allows companies and organizations to offer high value promos and prices to their customers so they can create brand awareness and increase brand loyalty. This insurance depends on the prize's value and the odds of someone winning it.

Contingency Insurance protects the winner by ensuring he or she will receive the prize as the company or organization has already paid for it. At the same time, it also protects the company or organization by sponsoring the contest guideline and making sure that both the sponsor and winner abide by them. In any case, it's a win-win case to all parties.

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Ken's Yamaha Now 3D Printing Repair Parts

2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro

What is a 3D printer?

A 3D printer can print anything. It can make ceramic cups to even plastic toys. Ken's Yamaha offers repair services and replacement parts. 3D printing allows us to accurately create repair parts that will surely fit your motorcycle perfectly, click here to see what we mean. 3D printing also allows us to give you a more personalized repair service and parts. You will definitely have a motorcycle that will be unique to you.

Why do you call it printing?

If you look at the page where text was printed through a microscope, you will see that the letters are not just laying flatly on the paper. The letters are actually sitting lightly on top of the paper and not just staining the page. The theory goes that if you print the exact same thing on the page, the ink will build up into layers.

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