Motocross is a relentless game, and the technology and training needed for bike and rider to excel are too. Suzuki poured more than 40 years of open-class racebike engineering into the latest generation RM-Z450 to make it the hardest-hitting, sharpest-handling, best-balanced and most rider-friendly production motocrosser in company history. 2019 RM-Z450, the choice of Australian champions Chad Reed #22 & Dean Ferris #111.
RM-Z250 ALL NEW 2019
The 250 class in motocross doesnât forgive the slightest weakness. Thatâs why weâve completely redesigned the all-new 2019 RM-Z250 to achieve a higher level of performance in âAcceleration, Turning, and Brakingâ necessary to win in this ultra-competitive arena. Intensive work by our engineers has once again made the RM-Z250 the leader out of the gate, with a new engine featuring increased power across the board and class-leading electronics, a lighter frame and swingarm plus updated suspension for even better handling, a completely new styling design, and a laundry list of other updates to make it the most potent motocrosser in its class.
Motocross is a relentless game, and the technology and training needed for bike and rider to excel are too. Suzuki poured more than 40 years of open-class racebike engineering into the 2018 RM-Z450 to make it the hardest-hitting, sharpest-handling, best-balanced and most rider-friendly production motocrosser in company history. Now get out there and own it.
The RM-Z250 continues to deliver a high level of performance for 2018 by incorporating a variety of features originally created for Suzukiâs factory race machines. The 2018 model receives the same Champion Yellow colour scheme with blue accent styling inspired by the factory MXGP machine. The RM-Z250âs engine has been refined over the years to offer stellar mid-range power and torque is enhanced while maximum power is maintained. Power delivery is smoother and linear for easier control. Taking features and performance upgrades directly from the Suzuki MX2 and MXGP World Championship factory machines, the 2018 RM-Z250 is ready to excite.
The RM85L is the bike that meets every first-time motocross racers demand, with even bigger wheels for better handling and comfort. The high revving 85cc reed valve engine features alloy exhaust valves for more stable combustion, in combination with the Keihin PE28 carburettor.
At ground level, inverted Showa cartridge forks use a progressive valve system with damping tuned to match the strong rear shock. The braking system boasts large discs and a twin-piston caliper up front.
To top it off, you also get the RM85L big wheel, with 19 inch front and 16 inch rear tyres, offering a 1,280mm wheelbase and 875mm seat height.