Ever since it's introduction as the first fuel-injected motocross bike in 2007, the RM-Z450 has helped racers collect wins and trophies around the globe.
Powerful, torquey fuel-injected 449cm3 engine. Slim, aggressively styled chassis and bodywork. Electric starter. Full-function, two-mode instrument cluster. Sharing core technologies with Suzuki's Championship-winning open-class motocrosser, the RMX450Z rewrites the rules for serious trail riders.
Filling a gap in the market for those who want a tough no nonsense bike, capable of spending all day riding trails, with the broad, tractable power and torque of a large displacement 4-stroke engine.
The 2012 RM-Z250 applies lessons learned on the track to deliver the speed, handling and confidence levels needed at the front of the MX2 pack.
The RM250 is the bike most famously known for carrying AMA Motocross and AMA Supercross Champion Ricky Carmichael to win both titles in 2004 and 2005.
The DR-Z125 is designed for teenagers and adults who are developing their off-road skills. The DR-Z125 has power and performance, with plenty of low-end and mid-range torque, matched by lightweight agility.
The DR-Z125L is designed for teenagers and adults who are developing their off-road skills. The DR-Z125L has power and performance, with plenty of low-end and mid-range torque, matched by lightweight agility.
Yet again the RM125 has been boosted ahead to the envy of its rivals with a whole host of changes making the machine even more user friendly and competition ready.
Suzuki's latest schoolboy RM85L, available in small and big-wheel versions as raced by Maximum Solutions Stephen Clarke to win the FIM Junior World Motocross Championship.
RM85 available in small and big-wheel versions with a number of performane enhancing revisions.
With the all-new Suzuki DR-Z70 , learning the fundamentals of dirt bike riding while having fun is what this new motorcycle is all about.
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