SR400 'Shinjuku'

We KEDOs are pleased to present you our latest creation - a Yamaha SR400FI built in 2014, lovingly refined and christened 'Shinjuku'.

This project was more than just a rebuild for us; it was a look at Japan, the motherland of the Yamaha SR. A look at Tokyo and Japanese culture.

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KEDO has been developing and distributing spare parts and accessories for selected classic Yamaha four-stroke motorcycles since 1992.

We have many regular customers who have been with us for many years. We are very grateful for this! Thanks to their loyalty and motivation, we have become the leading supplier of spare and special parts for Yamaha XT and SR models.

Our catalog with its striking format is a collector's item, reference book and source of inspiration. 

In our Webshop we offer even more: In addition to parts for SR500 and XT/TT500/600, you will also find accessories and spare parts for other YAMAHA motorcycles such as XT250, XTZ660/750, TDM, TRX, MT and XSR as well as the new longing enduro XTZ690, better known as Ténéré 700.

With many XTs and SRs being passed on to the new generation of mechanics who didn't necessarily grow up with the KEDO catalog, it's time to redefine our place in the mechanic world.


KEDO was founded in 1992 by Erik Kerger and Daniel Doritz in Hamburg. In the beginning, shipments were sent from their private home.
The forerunner of today's catalog were stapled lists in A4 format with the spare parts that were urgently needed at the time.

Things progressed quickly and the first move provided more space. Today, our team comprises 27 employees, all highly motivated.
Four employees work in the advice and sales department alone, providing fresh ideas and professional processing to ensure that orders run smoothly.

At KEDO, we are there to help and advise you and solve any problem. Friendliness and fairness in our dealings are paramount.

We were at the Scrambler Fever in Poland last weekend and it was really good again! 2 days of rattling through the woods with about 70 other enduro enthusiasts. Due to the extreme drought, many forest roads were a sandy hell. Everyone cursed about it, many crashed but everyone had a big grin on their face afterwards. More about this event soon....

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