Thursday, 16 December 2010

RMZ 450

Further down the same vft.org listing as below, is this 1/2 pint Suzuki. Modern MX doesn't really do it for the Sideburn camp, but I'd say this thing is the badger's nadgers. BP

6 comments:

Griff said...

Sure its probably quick,but it doesn't do anything for me and why has it got a front mudguard ?

KrookStreetRacing said...

Cool wheels...

Anyone know the origin?

/D

#15 said...

reminds me of Halbe's belgian eccentric tracker. btw he was in Californai again for a week practicing with Jimmy Wood!

Anonymous said...

Modern MX bikes dont do anything for you?? Check out this beaut: http://motocross.transworld.net/wp-content/blogs.dir/441/files/inside-red-bull-ktm-350sx-fs-2011/258X8692.JPG

How can you be into bikes and not like that? it's the ultimate in form follows function, its mega trick, it's light and most importantly it must handle like a dream.

fredbob said...

I like the old school bikes too, but I have a 450 Yamaha that my detached collarbone tells me to make a dirt tracker out of. Thanks for posting this, I need pics for reference other than the more customary DT bikes. Like this site a great deal btw.

Judson said...

The wheels are from a Ducati and the bike works amazing on a clay 1/4 mile. I'll try and get the owner to post here.