Friday, July 13, 2012

1973 Suzuki TM Series. Everything you need to win, you can ride right out of the crate.

Competition has had a lot of time to study the back of Joel Robert and his conquering Suzuki. You see, we've won the 250cc class World Motocross Championship for the last three years in a row. And they've lost. For the last two years Roger DeCoster has also helped us win the 500cc class World Motocross Championship. Those were our first with our 400. Not bad. Except for the competition. What we learned in winning five World Motocross Championships you can find in our Suzuki TM production racers. The TM400 Cyclone twists out 36hp at 6000 rpm and 32 ft-lbs of torque at 5500 rpm. all this is stretched out over a quick handling 55.7" wheelbase, and weighs only 235 pounds. It's a lot of racer. You'd better be a lot of rider. The TM250 Champion earned its name. (What else would you call a three time winner?)...Our smallest racer is the TM125 Challenger. But it's no baby. 18 hp and 10 ft-lbs of torque make this 189 pound Suzuki the contender for the 125 crown...The Suzuki TM Series. Everything you need to win, you can ride right out of the crate. 1973 Suzuki TM Series. Everything you need to win, you can ride right out of the crate. 2-Page Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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