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80-85cc Minis

2001 Suzuki RM80

How far can you go on a 2001 RM80? Just ask Travis Pastrana - he started out on an RM80 and has ridden Suzuki RMs to the pinnacle of motocross stardom. Of course, what else would you expect? The RM80 - like every RM - is bred for winning.

The RM80 is known for having a great engine, and for good reason. Its power delivery is strong and controllable, so beginning and more advanced riders can ride up to their skill level. The engine has case-reed induction for quick, clean throttle response. And it has Suzuki's exclusive Automatic Exhaust Timing Control (AETC) system and liquid cooling for strong, consistent top-end performance.

One of the best things about the RM80 is that it's at home on a variety of tracks. With its lightweight responsiveness, it encourages you to go out and get experience on all kinds of tracks. The suspension front and rear has nearly 11 inches of travel, and it responds smoothly to small bumps yet offers exceptional resistance to bottoming over jumps. For maximum control, front and rear hydraulic disc brakes provide consistent feel and powerful stopping ability.

So get on an RM80 - you never know how far you'll go.

MSRP: $3,049

2001 Yamaha YZ80

Domination runs in the YZ family.

How else would you explain "Bike of the Year" titles in every single class*?

In the YZ80's case, it's simply a matter of doing what it does best — winning. At every level of racing from local tracks to the World Mini Grand Prix.

And with its hard-hitting, liquid-cooled 83cc two-stroke, smooth 6-speed gearbox, class-leading brakes (with an all-new front master cylinder) and race-bred chassis design, there's no faster way to start your climb up the competitive ladder than aboard this magnificent mini.

The YZ80. This is where the winning begins.

*Motocross Action "80 of the Year" (5/00)

MSRP: $3,199

2001 Handa CR80 & CR80 Expert

Why race anything but the best? The CR®80R features Honda's race-proven reliability and performance in an 80-class package. The Expert gives riders a little bigger bike with bigger rims and swingarm.

CR80 MSRP: $3,099

CR80 Expert MSRP: $3,199

2001 Kawasaki KX85

For years the Kawasaki KX80 has provided a competitive advantage for younger riders on their way up the motocross ladder. In 2001 this venerable mini moto machine becomes the KX85 with increased displacement and other engine changes that increase power more than 10 percent over the previous model. Plus new bodywork and styling bring the KX85 even closer in line with its full-sized KX125 and KX250 siblings.

MSRP: $3,199