Blaze Reviews: My 125 Motocross Machines

I get a lot of questions about what bikes I’ve liked what machines are worth buying and I thought it might be fun to do a little mini-review of all the machines I have owned. I have owned over 50 machines so I am going to divide these into three videos based on displacement size….

1986 Suzuki RM80, RM125, and RM250 Brochures

These are Suzuki’s brochures for their 1986 Motocross lineup. I have included both the US and Japanese versions for your reading pleasure.   1986 Suzuki RM80, RM125, and RM250 Japanese Brochure   1986 Suzuki RM80, RM125, and RM250 US Brochure

Classic Bike Review: 1981 Suzuki RM125-X

This is a look back at Suzuki’s groundbreaking 1981 RM125X. This was the first RM 125 to feature a monoshock and the first one to employ liquid cooling. One of the most significant machines of the eighties, the ’81 RM125 set the standard for 125 performance at the time and stands even today as one of…

1992 Motocross Action 125 Motocross shootout

  Time for another selection from my personal collection of classic magazines. This one covers the 125 class of 1992 and appeared in the most influential publication of the time – Motocross Action. In it, the Honda CR125R, Kawasaki KX125, Suzuki RM125, Yamaha YZ125 and KTM 125MX fight it out for tiddler supremacy. #Braaappp 1992…

1989 Suzuki RM80, RM125 and RM250 Brochure

Time for another classic brochure from my personal motocross collection. This one covers the all-new Suzuki RMs for 1989. For my money, these are some of the prettiest Suzuki’s ever built and still look better than 90% of the bikes on the track. #YellowMagic 1989 Suzuki RM80, RM125 and RM250 Brochure