Whether you 're set (or some serious 'rail riding - or looking
for a dependable workhorse to check out the fence 'ines - you've got your
answer in Suzuki's newly styled road family for 1985.
The all-new DR2Q0 leads off the ine- a dependable,
easy-to-maintain mchine with great new engine
features. Souish Dome Combustion Chamber (SDCCf gives more
complete fuel combustion and better performance. Responsiveness has also been
improved with the DR200's new flat-side carburetor, a new valve lift system
and new side branch exhaust system that improves mid-range power.
Disc braking is featured on the DR200. for solid,
weli-controlted stopping. And an improved Full Floater
rear suspension comes through with superior cushioning and
better handling on every kind of terrain.
The solid DR125 brings good news too. It's the first in its
class with a front disc brake for sure braking and control. Plus simplified
Full Floater suspension. A full 8.1 inches of front-wheel travel. Six-speed
transmission. And best of all. anew4-stroke. TDCC engine with a larger air
cleaner and Suzuki's new side branch exhaust pipe for added mid-range power.
The Suzuki OR 100 power plant -4-stroke, air-cooled, single
cylinder -features TDCC and a lightweight valve system that increases power
and improves fuel economy. It combines telescopic, oil-and-air damped front
suspension with Full Floater in the rear - tough off-road knobby tires -even
self-cleaning anodized wheels' Finally, the DS80, a great little machine to
get a youngster started into
dirt-biking with all the confidence in the world. It boasts a
single-cylinder, two-stroke, piston-and-reed engine, along with Full Floater
suspension just like its big brothers.
All four models feature 1985's new color scheme: bright yellow