My sixth-place ranking was the Suzuki RM-Z250. The cockpit of the bike is very comfortable. The bar bend, grips, and levers are to my liking, and I felt good on it. The bike feels thin and light while riding. After a few corners, I was impressed with how well it cornered, especially on small, tight corners that were either rutted or flat. However, stability wasn't the strong point of the Suzuki, especially the front end of the bike, but I was able to work with it. The fork felt harsh in my hands on the faster, bumpier sections of the track and also on hard, flat landings. The shock, on the other hand, felt a lot plusher and more comfortable, but overall the suspension is not the strong point of the yellow bike. The engine is lacking power. The power delivery is very smooth but not strong enough for me. The midrange is where the engine feels the best, but it suffers in comparison with the best of the class. Also, the clutch lever is hard to pull, especially for a 250F. Another thing I noticed was that for a modern four-stroke, it was hard to start!