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2024 Suzukis revealed

Suzuki has revealed its 2024 RM-Z motocross models in the USA. There has been no official UK news yet. And sadly, as we expected, it’ still the kickstart version. The USA also gets a special “RM Army” version that doesn’t come to the UK. The press information says: Coming off a

Suzuki parts discount for racers

Suzuki has announced the relaunch of its popular Race Parts Programme, providing discounts and support to ACU licence holders racing Suzuki machinery on or off-road. As part of the programme, discount is available on any Suzuki used in competition, including GSX-R1000s, 750s, 600s, and even the GSX-R125, as well as SV650s,

Suzuki lives! But no changes for 2023

Suzuki in the USA has unveiled its 2023 MX range but as expected, there are no changes. The only real news is that US buyers get a a race-spec Yoshimura full exhaust system and an exclusive RM Army graphics kit from Throttle Syndicate free. No UK news has been revealed... RM-Z450The

Save £600 in Suzuki sale!

Suzuki has scrubbed £600 off the RRP of its RM-Z range, with the Arenacross championship-winning RM-Z450 available for £6,399, and the RM-Z250 now costing £6,299. The offer runs from December 2021 until the end of March 2022. The RM-Z450 boasts five Arenacross titles to its name, including winning the last running

2021 Suzukis hit the shops in January

Suzuki’s RM-Z450 is available in its new 2021 livery from January, along with the MX2 RM-Z250 machine. On both machines the standout and yellow, synonymous with Suzuki’s off-road activity, is complemented by black radiator shrouds, white number boards, blue-topped seat, and retro-inspired, chunky RM-Z decals. In 2020 the RM-Z450 picked up its

Wi-Fi tuning comes to 2021 Suzukis

Looks like bold new graphics and the new Wi-Fi tuning system is all that's new on the 2021 Suzuki RM-Z range. The tuner is also backwards-compatible to the 2020 450 and 250 models and 2019 RM-Z250 too. Included with the 2021 RM-Z250 and RM-Z450 is Suzuki’s MX-Tuner 2.0 that provides the

New look 2021 Suzuki RM-Z250 and RM-Z450?

Although there have been no official announcements from Suzuki about 2021 model bikes, we've discovered these photos which are being claimed as the new model RMZs. If so, it looks like all that's obviously new on the RM-Z250 and 450 are bold new graphics and a different rear shock. We'll

£1000 off 2020 Suzuki RMZs

Suzuki has launched a new ‘holeshot campaign’ this summer that will see a £1000 saving available off the RRP of both its 2020 championship-winning RM-Z450 and the RM-Z250 motocross machines. The RM-Z450 – which has won five out of the last six Arenacross Pro 450 class championships, the most recent coming

The way we were: Suzuki

Check out these Suzuki adverts through the decades! Way back before the internet, the only way motocross fans got to learn details about new bikes was from magazines. And often just the adverts in them. Over the years, there have been some gloriously memorable adverts, and some shockers, too! In the

£1200 off 2018 Suzukis

After the new RM-Z450 claimed this year’s British MX1 championship at the hands of Evgeny Bobryshev, Suzuki is celebrating by making it easier for customers to join its championship-winning family by knocking £1200 off the RRP of its 2018 RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 machines, while stocks last.  Suzuki’s RM-Z450 is no stranger to success; Russian