2018 Suzuki RM-Z250

The 2018 Suzuki RM-Z250 is relatively unchanged from the 2017 model other than new graphics and a wide blue stripe in the seat vinyl.

No new frame, new engine or spring-cartridge fork until next year; not even the partially blacked-out radiator shrouds from the 2018 450. But there’s still plenty of good things to say about the 2018 Suzuki RM-Z250.


LOOKS Even though the bike is due for a major overhaul, it still looks very cool. The addition of the extra blue on the bike is a nice touch and a direction that Suzuki will be heading in. The bike also comes standard with black rims, black triple-clamps and Renthal Fatbar.
AGILITY While other parts of the bike are slightly outdated, the RM-Z250 is still one of the most agile on the track. Whether you are trying to stick an inside line, or turn the bike inside out for a photographer mate over your [...]

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