It’s that time of year again – MTA Two-Stroke World Championships time, that is. As usual, tons of two-stroke vehicles are getting ready, but there’s one in particular that stands out: a two-stroke Suzuki RM250 complete with an aluminum frame and premix burning engine.
Despite the plethora of questions asked by curious consumers, there were no answers given from anyone that new anything of Suzuki’s new project. Trials were kept quiet, and all information was withheld until the much anticipated release of the dirtbike.
Suzuki clearly drew inspiration from its earlier models for the engine, pipe, and silencer, modeled after its 2007 steel frame bikes, and the body, modeled after the newer RMZ450. The dirt bike’s spring forks and clamps aren’t the usual, however. The forks and top clamps appear to be stock-produced pieces, and the bottom clamps resemble custom aluminum billets.
This new model could introduce a whole line of two-stroke vehicles from Suzuki, which would sell like hotcakes in the market’s current condition. Uncertainty continues to plague dirt bike enthusiasts as they await Suzuki’s future plans.