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Factory official release picture of yellow version of classic Yamaha FS1e mopedHistory of Yamaha FS1e and other Yamaha Fizzy models

The legendary Yamaha FS1 moped of the 1970’s is making its comeback, whether you love a restoration challenge, found your dad’s little gem hidden at the back of the shed or want to dust off your early motorcycling memories, this little two-stroke classic motorcycle has lots to offer.

Designed as a first bike for the 16 year olds, Yamaha FS1 (or version Yamaha FS1E sold on the UK market) had a 49cc single cylinder, two-stroke, air-cooled, rotary disc-valved engine with a four-speed gearbox. The maximum speed was capped at 50 km/hour. Only later models (FS1E DX) were equipped with front hydraulic disc brake and autolube system.

This classic British FS1e model also had a pedal drive, similar to classic bike, which was a legal requirement back in the days. However, the cam and shaft arrangement to engage the pedals frequently seized and since it was less strenuous to push the bike, the pedals were fairly useless.

Fizzy or Fizzie as the moped model was nicknamed, came in several colours from Candy Gold on SS model to Popsicle Purple on Yamaha FS1E to Baja Brown, Competition Yellow, Space Blue and Chappy Red.

Yamaha FS1 parts and Yamaha FS1e spares

As Yamaha bikes evolved so did parts, some are still being used nowadays and are available from Yamaha dealers directly, some were made obsolete. We offer quality reproductions of some of the most desired Yamaha FS1 & FS1e parts on the market.

 This section contains aftermarket reproduction Yamaha Fizzy parts for models:

1970-1973 Yamaha FS1SS

1974-1976 Yamaha  FS1 E

1975-1976 Yamaha FS1E-DX

1977-1989 Yamaha  FS1

1977-1981 Yamaha  FS1DX

1981-1982 Yamaha FS1-SE Chopper

Yamaha FS1 & FS1E Technical Specification

Model: Yamaha FS1 & Yamaha FS1E

Model year: 1970-1982

Motorcycle Type: Moped

Dry weight: 70 kgs

Fuel tank size: 6 litres

Engine, Intake & Transmission

Displacement: 49cc

Engine: two-Stroke Single disc valve induction

Top speed: 45 mph

Fuel system: Carburettor 16mm Mikuni VM16SC

Ignition: Mitsubishi contact breaker

Cooling system: Air cooled

Gearbox: four speed transmission

Transmission: Chain

Start up: Kickstarter

Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels

Front suspension: 26mm Telescopic fork

Rear suspension: twin shock

Front brakes: Drum brake

Rear brakes: Drum brake