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Suzuki RL250 brochures & adverts

I have put some Suzuki RL 250 sales brochure and magazine ad scans on this page. I would be grateful of any contributions — sales brochures, magazine ads, magazine articles, pictures, specs, facts, corrections etc. Please scan the material in JPEG format (large enough that all the details are visible) and send them to me. Please tell me the source and the publication date if possible. If you send me pictures of your own bike, please follow these instructions.

Suzuki 1974More Suzuki models from 1974
1974 Suzuki year code: L
1974 RL250 Exacta magazine adRL250  Exacta brochure

1974 RL-250 L Exacta magazine ad and sales brochure. Click to enlarge.

RL250 L Exacta brochure

1974 RL-250 L Exacta sales brochure. Click to enlarge.

More Suzuki models from 1972
1975 Suzuki year code: M
Suzuki RL250 M pamphlet

1975 RL-250 M Exacta sales brochure. Click to enlarge.

'75 RL-250 M magazine ad, USA'75 RL-250 M magazine ad, USA

1975 RL250M magazine ad from USA (two pages). Click to enlarge. The advert was scanned and sent to me by Scott Andersen, USA.

Suzuki first Trial model, the RL250, was developed and built by Graham Beamish, UK, for Suzuki. The RL250 first appeared in 1974 and was also available with a sidecar. A larger version, RL325, appeared in 1979. (I know very little of the Beamish-Suzuki Trial bikes, please send me more info.)

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