RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 remain largely unchanged for year model 2020.
Suzuki has uncovered it’s 2020 range of motocross models, confirming both the RMZ-450 and RM-Z250 will remain largely unchanged after undergoing major overhauls in recent years.
The RM-Z450 motocrosser returns with its winning handling and quality performance, along with new black and blue accentuated graphics for 2020, while the RM-Z250 boasts a long list of improvements from 2019 with updated graphics matching the premier class model.
As one of the winningest brands and most successful 450 motorcycles in AMA motocross history, Suzuki’s championship-winning siblings continue to prove its design philosophy of run, turn, and stop that achieves a winning balance on the racetrack.
Whether at a local amateur race or professional supercross and motocross competition, the RM-Z models are for any rider looking to chase their championship dreams.
The RM-Z450 is ready for 2020 after a recent redesign brought a new fame, new suspension with a coil-spring fork, and boosted engine performance in a package that’s easy to flick around the racetrack. The RM-Z250 got a more thorough makeover last year, mirroring the styling of the RM-Z450.
Like the RM-Z450, the 250 holds on to its claim as the best handling bike in its class with a new aluminuum twin-spar frame, hydro-formed aluminium swingarm, and new KYB shock and coil-spring fork. Both bikes bring more power to the ranks with competitive advantages like Suzuki’s Holeshot Assist Control that gets an RM-Z out of the gate faster and the Traction Management System that helps the rider maintain their lead to the checkered flag.
Pricing and availability in Australia is still to be determined. For more information, visit www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au.