The “Pure Enduro” series of off-road racing motorcycles were produced from 1977 through to 1984 in engine displacements from 175cc through 400cc. All engines were case-reed valve, air-cooled, two-stroke and single-cylinder with plain steel bores.
This model was sold purely as a competition enduro model, which happened to be road legal. The 24hp reed valve two-stroke engine gave a creditable 24hp @ 9500 rpm, and the chassis was almost identical to the RM moto-cross models. To make the most of its fairly tight power band, a six speed box was employed, allowing this light 98kg machine to perform better than any of the competition at that time, Suzuki really led the field with models as brilliant as these!
This is a rare 82 model (1st year of full floater rear end). It was registered in France and comes with french Carte Gris.
It only had 2 owners from new and was regularly maintained up till now.
The Endura is unrestored and shows a nice patina.