Although Honda, Kawasaki, and Suzuki no longer produce two-stroke motocross bikes, three of the other big six manufacturers—KTM, Husqvarna, and Yamaha—still do. In addition to producing the 250 SX and 125 SX, KTM offers a bike in between the two with its 150 SX. Husqvarna sticks with the traditional 250 and 125 offerings with its TC 250 and TC 125. The same goes for Yamaha—the YZ250 and YZ125 are your two options if you want a MY20 Japanese-made two-stroke MXer. Although TM is the smallest of the manufacturers listed here in terms of size and production, the Pesaro, Italy-based company offers the most displacements in the full-size two-stroke motocross bike segment with its MX 300, MX 250, MX 144, and MX 125.