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2008 Suzuki RM85 & RM85L Now here

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Suzuki Australia has announced the arrival of its latest junior motocrossers, the ever-popular RM85 and RM85L.
The Suzuki RM85L.
Equipped with technology from Suzuki's championship-winning two-stroke motocross weapons, the junior-size RM85 is the perfect tool for young riders learning to race and win. Suitable for bigger riders, the RM85L features larger wheels, plus a longer swingarm. Powering the next generation of champions, the high-revving, lightweight, 84.7cc, two-stroke, liquid-cooled engine delivers incredible performance with strong peak power and torque. Designed with young riders in mind, the 2008 RM85 features a smooth-shifting, six-speed transmission, optimised for positive shift feel. In addition, Suzuki's junior motocrosser is equipped with a long clutch lever for precise clutch feel and easier operation during starts and cornering. Giving young riders maximum confidence, the Showa 37mm inverted front forks are completely adjustable for rider weight, style and ability, and include fork guards to protect the inner fork tubes. On the rear, a large diameter rear shock is designed to produce a plush feel with strong bottoming resistance. The RM85 includes a twin-piston front brake caliper with a large 220mm disc and a 200mm disc brake on the rear, delivering consistently strong braking performance and feel. Highlighting its edgy, aggressive styling, the 2008-model RM85 features bold new graphics inspired by the full-size RM125 and RM250 Suzukis. Now available sporting Suzuki's distinctive Champion Yellow livery, the RM85 carries an SRP of $5,550 or an SRP of $5,890 for the Big Wheel RM85L. Suggested retail prices include GST. https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/

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