Perfect For The Job
The AG200 has been Downunder's best-selling AG bike for more years than you can poke a stick at, for one simple reason - It's got the balance that works.
An AG bike has got to be tough, reliable, functional and cheap, and since the AG200 is the only bike in its class built from the ground up for farm use - only the AG200 nails the role perfectly.
Its simple, no-nonsense engineering combines for an inherent toughness and near bullet proof reliability, which has proven capable of years of hard-working service.
There's the time and effort-saving convenience of electric start with kick backup, as well as dual side stands, clutch lock, front and rear carry racks and all the other features you'd expect from a genuine AG bike.
Take a look at the saddle on a Yamaha AG bike
- It's big and comfortable, to handle a hard day's work without beating the stuffing out of its rider - but at the same time low enough that you can get both feet on the ground to manoeuvre. More than that though, it epitomises the difference between a Yamaha AG model, and the opposition. The Yamaha AG bike is the model that first popularised the farm bike concept, and sent the others scurrying back to the drawing boards to rig their existing trailbikes for the farm market. The difference is, Yamaha AG models aren't modified trail bikes, they're built from the ground up for just one purpose - to combine the versatility of wire (or baling twine) and the toughness of leather, to create the ultimate no nonsense farm workhorses.
|Engine Type||Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC|
|Bore x Stroke||67 x 55.7 mm|
|Lubrication System||Wet sump|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||10 L|
|Final Transmission||Chain drive|
|Seat Height||820 mm|
|Ground Clearance||245 mm|
|Dry Weight||120 kg|
|Wet Weight||128 kg with 10 litres of fuel|
|Tyres Front||3.00 x 21in|
|Tyres Rear||4.10 x 18in|