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ON THE RECORD: MXA’S 2004 250 TWO-STROKE MOTOCROSS SHOOTOUT


We flashback to when all the Japanese manufactures made two-stroke dirt bikes. This is the complete 2004 RM250 vs. YZ250 vs. CR250 vs. KX250 vs. KTM brawl

THE TRUE STORY OF RICKY CARMICHAEL’S 2005 SUZUKI RM250 TWO-STROKE


RC, DeCoster & Goose tell all about the bike that everyone who was anyone in 2005 remembers

2006 Suzuki RM250

ON THE RECORD: COMPLETE TEST OF THE 2006 SUZUKI RM250 TWO-STROKE


For the MXA wrecking crew only two bikes were worthy of consideration for the 2006 250cc Bike of The Year crown—the YZ250 and the RM250—we chose the yellow one

FIRST LOOK! 2021 SUZUKI RM-Z450, RM-Z250 & RM85—THE WAIT IS OVER!


For 2021 Suzuki offers all the things it has been famous for over the years

2005 Suzuki RM250 two-stroke-8-5

ON THE RECORD: COMPLETE TEST OF THE 2005 SUZUKI RM250


The RM250 had every two-stroke trait–good, bad and ugly

MXA RETRO TEST: WE RIDE TRAVIS PASTRANA’S 2003 FACTORY SUZUKI RM250


This is a fact! Team Suzuki’s 2003 RM250 is the best race bike we’ve ever ridden‚ without a doubt. How can we make such a bold statement? It was true!

1999 Suzuki RM250--2

ON THE RECORD: COMPLETE TEST OF THE 1999 SUZUKI RM250


Suzuki resurrected itself from the ashes of the rather mediocre 1998 engine in 1999. The ‘99 powerband was, in fact, a KX250 clone

TWO-STROKE TUESDAY | 1999 SUZUKI RM250 RACE TEST


Suzuki resurrected itself from the ashes of the rather mediocre 1998 engine in 1999. The ‘99 powerband was a KX250 clone

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

1998 Suzuki RM250

ON THE RECORD: COMPLETE TEST OF THE 1998 SUZUKI RM250


The bike built for Jeremy McGrath, not the end user