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RETURN OF THE RMZ

IN A NUTSHELL, THE DESIGN BALANCES PRESSURE ABOVE AND BELOW THE PISTON TO PROVIDE BETTER CONTROL OF THE STROKE OVER CHOPPY SURFACES.

HOW NEW?

It’s slated as an all-new bike and it pretty much is. There's a new look thanks to redesigned plastic and the addition of some blue, which I personally really like, gives this bike a presence in the pits. The frame is all new, designed to increase rigidity while being 700g lighter. The head tube is 10mm back from the previous version, resulting in a shorter wheelbase, and weight has been distributed further forward on the 2018 machine. The swingarm also has an updated design increasing

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