Suzuki’s Arenacross championship-winning RM-Z450 is available in its new 2021 livery from January, along with the MX2 RM-Z250 machine.
Suzuki has launched a new ‘holeshot campaign’ this summer that will see a £1000 saving available off the RRP of both its 2020 championship-winning RM-Z450 and the RM-Z250 motocross machines.
SR75 Suzuki's Charles Le Francois will lead the Arenacross Championship points table into the series' double-header at Wembley and tour finalé, after podiums in Birmingham.
The 2020 Arenacross championship kicked off in fine style at the weekend with a double-header in Belfast, that saw SR75 Suzuki's Charles Le Francois come away with the series lead.
SR75 Suzuki has confirmed its 2020 Arenacross lineup with Charles Le Francois returning for another year, alongside up-and-coming Nico Dercourt.
SR75 Suzuki’s Charles Le Francois was in winning form in Stuttgart at the weekend, racing his RM-Z450 in the opening round of the German Supercross Championship.
Taking a break from race-preparing RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 machines for use in European Supercross Championships - including the UK's Arenacross series - SR75 Suzuki team boss Geoff Walker has breathed life into an RM250, using genuine Suzuki parts and a smattering of performance goodness from team sponsors.
David Knight finished sixth place in the weekend's high profile Weston Beach Race, while also winning the over 40s category on his RM-Z450.
SR75 Suzuki's Charles Le Francois bagged a podium finish at the Supercross de La Tremblade, finishing third on his RM-Z450.
It was a busy weekend for SR75 World Team Suzuki's Charles Lefrancois, with Pro Hexis Supercross action on Saturday immediately followed by the MX JHE Event on Sunday.
The SR75 Suzuki World Team swapped Supercross for Motocross at the weekend, and took victory at Canada Heights in the MX Nationals Championship with Luke Oldfield. The team was also campaigning on two fronts over the weekend, with Charles Le Francois in action in the French Elite MX1 Pro Championship Finale.
It’s hard to pick one word to describe the SR75 World Team Suzuki outfit, but on the shortlist is definitely busy. The multiple Arenacross Championship-winning team was again in action for the UK’s indoor series at the start of the year, and since then hasn’t come close to slowing down.