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Linex Yamaha Lives Again!

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It’s always sad when a long-standing and trusted dealership closes its doors and the loss of Linex Yamaha in Randburg was a particularly hard pill to swallow.

However, the good news is that they have merely relocated to the flagship World Of Yamaha premises alongside the M1 highway, in Marlboro, which makes a lot of sense as that stunning building is the perfect space for a dealership.

Photo credit: Bjorn Moreira / ZA Bikers

In addition to the full range of Yamaha road and off-road models, motorcycle accessories cover the floors of the showroom with premium brands taken on by AMP such as; Shoei Helmets, RK Chains, Progrip, UFO Plast and VR46 to name a few… In addition, there is also the full range of Yamaha marine products and an incredible selection of boats, not to mention the mouth-watering range of Yamaha musical instruments and hi-fi products. Do not expect to visit and not be seriously tempted.

Photo credit: Bjorn Moreira / ZA Bikers

With their extensive range of apparel and accessories aside, Linex Yamaha is also the home to Indian Motorcycles—a truly one-stop shop for all motorcycling, music and marine needs.

Photo credit: Bjorn Moreira / ZA Bikers

For more information, visit: or call 011 259 7600 or do yourself a favour and pay them a visit. Take either the Woodmead or Marlboro turn-offs on the M1 and use the Eastern Service Road.

Harry Fisher
Harry Fisher
From an early age, Harry was obsessed with anything that moved under its own steam, particularly cars and motorcycles. For reasons of a financial nature, his stable of fine automobiles failed to materialise, at which point he realised that motorcycles were far more affordable and so he started his two wheel career, owning, riding, building and fixing many classic bikes. Then came the day when he converted his love of bikes into a living, writing, filming and talking about them endlessly. The passion for four wheels never left him, however, and he has now converted his writing skills into singing the praises of cars in all their infinite variety. Bikes are still his favourite means of getting around but the car in its modern form is reaching a level of perfection that is hard to resist. And they're warmer in winter....