Mixed in among the craigslist killers and brand new two-stroke machines out at Glen Helen getting ready for this weekends MTA Two-Stroke World Championships we caught a glimpse of what appears to be a very stock looking aluminum framed Suzuki RM250 two-stroke. Take a look.

IMG_8632 2We have been hearing tons of rumors about Suzuki having two-stroke plans in the future could this be it? That is a aluminum frame with a premix burning engine placed inside it looking very production.

IMG_8653RJ Wageman does lots of testing with the magazine but was not saying a word about what he was testing and believe us we asked everything you can imagine in five different languages. Got the same answer out of him every-time. Silence and a blank look. He was going fast and as you can see the power plant has no problem moving terra firma.

IMG_8633The engine looks similar in design to what Suzuki had in the 2007 steel frame models with a matching pipe and silencer combo. The rest of the bike seems to mirror recent RMZ450 models.

Screen Shot 2017-04-13 at 9.30.10 PMCould this be a new beginning of two-stroke production machines for Suzuki ? We hope so ! With how hot the two-stroke market is currently Suzuki would for sure sell every unit imported into the US. The bike looks pretty close to a production unit with the use of all stock parts.

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