When it comes to bike, Yamaha has the most bike that people wanted.
Or at least, Yamaha is the brand that would play on everyone’s mouth.
So today we have Yamaha TZR 125 paper craft created by GinreiMokei for everyone to make.
The Yamaha TZR125 is a two-stroke 125 cc (7.6 cu in) sports motorcycle made for the European and South East Asian markets which uses the YPVS. The TZR125 was produced from 1987 and spanned two generations until the late 1990s each with a number of variants and sub variants.
It is identified by the single square headlight at the front of the box fairing, clip-ons located on top of the yoke, single seat and conventional forks.
The paper craft requires only 2 sheets of paper to build.