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MXA RETRO TEST: WE RIDE RYAN HUFFMAN’S 1998 PRIMAL IMPULSE SUZUKI RM125


Team Primal Impulse’s RM125 runs a factory cylinder, head, pipe, 2mm-longer rod, ignition and carburetor

2004 125 two-stroke shootout

MXA’S 2004 125 TWO-STROKE SHOOTOUT


The MXA wrecking crew rounded up the five prime contenders and put them through their paces. Here is what we learned about the 2004 tiddlers

SWORDS OF THE SENIOR CITIZENS: WEAPONS OF BRADSHAW, VILLOPOTO, TEDESCO & PASTRANA


The personal two-stroke race bikes of the stars of the past — they could race anything they wanted, but they prefer two-strokes

1980 to 2000 bikes of the year

BEST TWO-STROKE DIRT BIKES FROM 1980-2000


Did you own any of these 125cc or 250cc winners throughout the two decades?

2001 SUZUKI RM125

WE TEST THE 2001 SUZUKI RM125


To make the most of the Suzuki RM125 powerband you have to be comfortable living at 12,000 rpm

2006 Suzuki RM125

WE TEST THE 2006 SUZUKI RM125 TWO-STROKE


Back in 2006, Suzuki was the only Japanese manufacture that was still making upgrades to their two-strokes

2007 Suzuki RM125

WE TEST THE 2007 SUZUKI RM125 TWO-STROKE


It is easy to look at the 2007 Suzuki RM125 and see a throwback to an ancient era. You don’t have to be an archeologist to catalog the relics: steel frame, revvy powerband and unchanged exterior

PRO CIRCUIT’S GIANT KILLER SUZUKI RM125


James Stewart made easy work of the 125 class in the 2004 Nationals on his tried-and-true KX125. If he could, why couldn’t we on a Pro Circuit RM125?

MXA’S 2006 SUZUKI RM125 TWO-STROKE PROJECT BIKE


Finding used one was easy; a good one was hard

MXA SMOKE FILES: 10 STEPS TO A RACE-READY 2007 SUZUKI RM125


Don’t try this with a ten-year-old four-stroke