Suzuki has indeed got rid of its 125cc two-stroke RM, but that was only to make room for the RM-Z250, a bike that has significantly evaluated during these past years and which unveils itself as reaching the highest levels of refinements you can encounter in the given class.
Competition riders, especially the ones who dedicate their lives to motocross, ride either for the joy of winning and if that never happens, at least they had a great time doing what they know best. What I know is that the adrenaline rush pushes them to the highest culms of success and the ones that reach that point often say that they ride to be remembered.
Such a motocross rider is Brad Lackey, one of the first racers in the United States. His career unreeled in the 1970s and 1980s with (...)
Just like Yamaha and Kawasaki, Suzuki also introduces the 2009 dirt bike range, but the models who have actually been revised are the RM-Z450, RM-Z250 and RM85. The Japanese maker focused on increasing the levels of fun, excitement and competitive so that they would like up to the start line with a clear purpose in mind: winning!
With sharpened looks and even sharper performance, this trio announces yet another successful year at Suzukis and this can’t be passed unnoticed. So you will see an increasing number of previews posted on the site, mostly concerning models of the makers I’ve just mentioned in this short news.
Honda hasn’t yet come up with any news relating its 2009 dirt bikes, but it is supposed to do so very soon. Stay tuned and give us your feedback.
One look at the DR-Z70’s 10-inch wheels and 22-inch seat height, and you know this is the bike with ideal dimensions for up-and-coming riders. It also has performance features designed especially for youngsters. It includes both electric and kick starting, and its 67cc engine offers a smooth, controllable powerband and strong low-end torque.
When it comes to good looks and great handling DR-Z125 is what it’s all about. The bike features aggressive new bodywork that makes it stylistic replica of the championship-winning RM-Z machines. Its performance virtues, though, go a lot deeper than that, the bike setting the standard for precise, agile handling.
The RM-Z250 for 2008: it’s taking the four-stroke world by storm! Featuring a compact, lightweight and powerful 250cc 4-stroke engine design, a strong and lightweight aluminum chassis, Showa suspension components and many high-performance features, RM-Z250 is aiming to become the ultimate 250cc 4-stroke racing machine.
Suzuki RM85L is loaded with technology derived from Suzuki’s championship-winning motocross bikes. The bike offers incredible performance and it features larger wheels, longer swingarm and wheelbase to suit larger riders. With smooth power delivery, loads of mid-range and lightweight handling, the machine is perfect for learning to race and to win.