GP Bits: 2020 Best of Bike Bits - Two-Strokes 2

With EMX125 and EMX2T, professional two-stroke motocross racing is alive and well at the MXGPs. Looking back over the 2020 race season, here are some of the two-stroke highlights.

GP Bits: 2020 Best of Bike Bits - Two-Strokes

MXGP of Great Britain: Yep, another red KTM but man it looks good.

MXGP of Great Britain: This bike is so early in the GASGAS transition it doesn't have it's own plastics yet.

MXGP of Great Britain: That tank is a work of art.

MXGP of Italy: MJC Yamaha is the official EMX125 factory effort.

MXGP of Italy: GYTR on a YZ125 is sweet.

MXGP of taly: Liam Everts' (Stefan Everts' son) has a sweet KTM 125 SX

MXGP of taly: Some polished hangers.

MXGP of Great Britain: Liam Everts KTM 125 SX

MXGP of Citta di Faenza: Ohlins and carbon sub frame/airbox set up? Oh yeah.

MXGP of Citta di Faenza: Fantic XX125

MXGP of Citta di Faenza: Fantic XX125

MXGP of Emilia Romagna: Hakon Osterhagen's KTM 125 SX

MXGP of Emilia Romagna: Hakon Osterhagen's KTM 125 SX

MXGP of Emilia Romagna: Hakon Osterhagen's KTM 125 SX

MXGP of Europe: Bud Racing is a Kawi team and here is there "KX125"

MXGP of Europe: As anyone can tell, it KTM 125 SX.

MXGP of Europe: Pretty sweet machine, though.

MXGP of Europe: Whether they are there for more airflow or weight savings, the holes are very aesthetically pleasing.

MXGP of Europe: This is one of the most elaborately cnc'd front brake perches we've ever seen.

MXGP of Europe: Carbon protection
MXGP of Europe: Carbon protection

MXGP of Pietramurata: We saw the fantic XX125 earlier, here is XX250.

MXGP of Pietramurata: Even in its less-than-factory condition, this is the highest placed Suzuki in all of the MXGP classes.

MXGP of Pietramurata: Got to love the Monster Energy clutch cover and the zip tie holed on the bottom of the shroud.


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