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Suzuki TR250 magazine articles

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Suzuki 1968More Suzuki models from 1968

Suzuki TR 250 / 500 Sport

Suzuki TR250 presentation (Tekniikan Maailma 7/1968, Finland). Click to enlarge. This picture was taken at the '68 R.A.I. Motorcycle Show in Amsterdam. The other Suzuki mentioned in the article was the T500.
”According to the Motor Cycle test Suzuki TR 250 is the fastest racing machine available in shops. The top speed is 122 mph, that is only 3 mph slower that Derek Woodman's MZ factory racer. Unfortunately none of these machines found thei way to Finland, the motocross models probably needs their share when manufacturing these special models. The handling of the TR250 is excellent and to garantee the braking effiency, the front components are from the '65 twin cylinder 125cc GP racer. The price in England was 495 pounds in December.”




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Sources: Tekniikan Maailma (Finland)

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