The day finally came. Weston Peick threw a leg over the JGRMX 2007 Suzuki RM125 two-stroke abck in 2017. It was a sight to behold, not just because 125cc two-strokes sound amazing in the hands of a Pro rider, but also because Weston Peick is built like an inside linebacker. Weston was initially hesitant to drop the hammer and send it for the boys. However, his reservations quickly washed away. The trusty RM125 held up to Peick’s abuse. Weston launched several big jumps down at the ClubMX main track, much to the delight of those lucky enough to be in attendance.
BAM BAM’S TURN
Pro riders have a tendency of wanting what other Pro’s have. Originally JGRMX built the Suzuki RM125 for Weston Peick to ride when he flew out from California during two weeks of testing in North Carolina. Lo and behold, Justin Barcia rolled into town on Tuesday and spotted the RM125 looking shiny and new in the JGRMX entryway. Immediately “Bam Bam” wanted his turn on the bike. So yesterday, after finishing up suspension testing at the JGRMX test track, he hopped on the two-smoker. What happened next was mind-blowing. Barcia uncorked a display of aggression and insanity normally reserved for inside an octagon. Justin somehow, rather impossibly, cleared every jump on the JGRMX motocross track. Things got so outlandish that JGRMX team manager Jeremy Albrecht told Justin to dial it back a notch. Needless to say, Barcia had a blast on the Suzuki RM125.
UP CLOSE & PERSONAL WITH THE JGRMX RM125