2021 Suzuki Motocross, Off-Road, And Dual Sport Bikes Unveiled

RM-Z models feature a new tuning device while others enjoy appearance updates.

Founded originally as a loom manufacturer in Hamamatsu, Japan, Suzuki celebrates its 100th anniversary as a company in 2020, and has recently provided information about its 2021 motocross, off-road, and dual sport bikes.

Beginning with the full-size motocrossers, we see the flagship RM-Z450 and smaller-bore RM-Z250 return with updated graphics for 2021. In addition to their long-standing optional fuel couplers, the RM-Z250 and RM-Z450 now have the capability for the electronic fuel-injection and ignition systems to be tuned with Suzuki’s mobile-device-based MX-Tuner 2.0, which is now included with each RM-Z model.

Suzuki’s youth motorcycles—the RM85, DR-Z125L, and DR-Z50—all return with updated graphics for 2021, while the DR-Z400S dual sport is offered in a new gray color scheme and has different graphics as well.

The RM-Z450 is Suzuki’s flagship motocross bike.Courtesy of Suzuki
Suzuki’s new MX-Tuner 2.0 is included with each new 2021 RM-Z model.Courtesy of Suzuki
Different radiator shroud graphics are the only visible difference on the RM-Z250 in comparison to the prior year model.Courtesy of Suzuki
The RM-Z250 is the last of the big six 250 four-stroke motocross bikes to come with a kickstarter.Courtesy of Suzuki
Suzuki’s youth motocross bike is the RM85. The 2021 model retails for $4,299.Courtesy of Suzuki
The easiest way to tell a 2021 Suzuki DR-Z400S from the prior year model is by its gray fuel tank, radiator shrouds, headlight, and front fender. It also features different graphics.Courtesy of Suzuki
Updated graphics aren’t just limited to Suzuki’s full-size motorcycles. The DR-Z125L has different radiator shroud stickers for 2021 as well.Courtesy of Suzuki
The DR-Z50 is Suzuki’s smallest-displacement dirt bike in its lineup.Courtesy of Suzuki