1986 Suzuki RG50 Gamma

In Japan, Small Displacement, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

In 1977, Suzuki introduced the RG50, a small two-stroke standard. Five years later, the model evolved into the RG50 Gamma, a baby sportbike and the smallest of the Gamma lineup.

The 49cc liquid-cooled 2-stroke single pushed 7 horsepower through a six-speed transmission, and the whole package weighed just 160 pounds.

This example is VIN: NA11A-17305, Engine, #:A105-172988, and it’s offered on a Bill of Sale. It was restored in South Africa before being imported here, though the decals on the tail do not appear to be correct. The odometer shows 17,099 kilometers (10,624 miles) but the tach squeals when the bike is running. It has a new battery and a recently-cleaned carb. It also amusingly has a luggage rack – maybe someone should try the 50CC challenge on a 50cc bike!

Find this baby Gamma for sale in Santa Monica, California with bidding up to $2,300 and the reserve not yet met here on Iconic Motorbike Auctions.

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