Brand New In the Netherlands – 1973 Yamaha FS1 Mini Enduro

In Dual-Sport, Japan, Small Displacement by AbhiLeave a Comment

Also known as the Fizzy, the FS1 was very successful in Europe as a small street-legal motorcycle – often a first vehicle for many riders. This example has avoided being the learner bike for anyone as it has just 2 kilometers from being pushed around in display over the last 40+ years.

The F1 got 4.8 horsepower out of the 50cc two-stroke engine, enough to get the bike up to about 45 miles per hour. For more on why it’s a “Memorable Motorcycle”, check out this article from Motorcycle USA.

Yamaha FS1 Enduro - Original Keys

This bike is in rare condition: it’s never been started, it’s never had fuel in the tank, and the mirrors even still have the plastic protection on them. The original keys are still on the original string that they were tied to from the factory and it comes with the owners manual and tool kit. The seller has had this bike for the last 20 years, where he’s had it in display in his shop. Before that it was also on display at a moped shop.

Find this FS1 for sale here on for $3,889 in Broek op Langedij, Netherlands. Note that the listing has been up for 2 months so it may be coming down soon…

This bike-uriousity brought to you by Marc R, who was kind enough to translate the ad so I could actually understand it!