If you are looking for a bike that is the perfect companion for exploring your local green lanes on, look no further than a Suzuki DRZ S. Why is this important? Riding the trails is only a small part of what a DRZ S can do and with its pillion pegs, mirrors, softer engine tune and full instruments, the S makes for a good commuter as well as a weekend green lane explorer. Despite getting on for 20 years old now, the DRZ S is still a really popular model for those who enjoy a bit of light trail riding remember, green lanes require your bike to be road legal and with an MOT and if you go to forums such as Thumper Talk, which is all about single cylinder bikes, you will find a whole section dedicated to the DRZ And not just populated by UK fans, the DRZ was successful in America and Australia where its rugged nature made it perfect for exploring the wilderness on. In the UK they remain a very popular bike with TRF members, so their forum is also worth putting up a post on if you want to know a bit more about them.
Review: 2018 Suzuki DR-Z400E
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RideApart's Family Dirt Day event featured a ton of brand new bikes to ride, so when I choose the Suzuki DR-ZS as my first ride, I was greeted with some odd looks as well as questions about my sanity. But for me, it was the logical choice to make. My dirt riding has been very limited, and mostly involved racing vintage machines in motocross events. Anything new I got on was going to be awesome, and even a dual sport bike like the Dr. Z was going to be easy for me to handle off road compared to the lack of suspension and brakes on my usual rides. Plus, this was the only bike there I might actually buy some day.
Suzuki DR-Z400S Review
The DR-Z has been around for what seems like forever, to be exact, and is still really popular with some 18, bike sold here in Australia alone. The changes for the model are modest, but include new black alloy anodised rims and graphic styling updates. The old faithful DR-Z is still a great bike and as they say, why change a good thing? The DR-Z does feature a tall seat height at mm.
Why should Egan have all the fun? For me, in fact, it would be the first visit, even though Suzuki's been cranking these out since Wrongish: While the pound does weigh substantially less than the s, its seat, at