First Impression: 2014 Suzuki RM-Z250 — Transworld Motocross

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First Impression: 2014 RM-Z250

In 2013, the Suzuki received quite a few changes, the most significant improvements at the chassis and suspension, as the bike was with Showa’s Separate Fork and the frame received enhancements. Throughout the course of our the 2013 model, every test rider raved not only the handling, but the power of the as well. And when the dust on the annual TransWorld Motocross Four-Stroke Shootout, the RM-Z sat on top of the

Aside from yellow panels, bold new graphics, and a new ECM program, the 2014 Suzuki is the same at the 2013. But we aren’t

Fast-forward to 2014, and rather changing the bike just to it, Suzuki has introduced a 2014 that is largely unchanged from bold new graphics, side panels, and new ECM mapping for starting and a reduction in kickstart back. By and large, this RM-Z250 is the same bike as year, but considering how much we spinning laps aboard the model, the lack of changes really a bad thing.


There’s a reason this bike won our 2013 a very solid package. The on the RM-Z250 is easily one of the strongest in the It has excellent low-end grunt, midrange, and it revs further almost any 250cc four-… in the

One of the major updates to the bike year was a new gearbox, which was to smooth out shifting. And as you would this year’s bike has the same great attribute, as it well under power and when you need to grab gear without hitting a neutral.

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The RM-Z250 is easily the turning bike in the class. Pat demonstrates on a Perris Raceway

Complimenting the strong power of the is excellent handling. This is very light and flickable in the air and is one of the best turning 250f we’ve ridden. No matter if a deep tight rut or a sweeping berm, the bike doesn’t or push and remains planted, through the corner without any As to be expected with a bike turns exceptionally well, is the front end can tend to be a little over high-speed chop.

Be that as it may, it is nothing can’t be fixed with focused clicker adjustments to the and shock, which is easier ever thanks to the copious of adjustability on the Showa Separate Fork. But while we’re on the of the SFF forks, we need to mention even though our heavier and riders love them for the feel and ease of adjustability; or slower riders might them too harsh in stock


Suzuki AN 250 S
Suzuki AN 250 S
Suzuki AN 250 S
Suzuki AN 250 S

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