Suzuki RG 500 gamma

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Suzuki RG500 gamma
ManufacturerSuzuki
Production1981-1987
PredecessorSuzuki RG 500
SuccessorSuzuki RGV500
Engine500 cc two-stroke 4 cylinders U engine

Suzuki RG 500 gamma was a racing motorcycle manufactured by Suzuki from 1981 to 1987 for competition in the Grand Prix motorcycle racing series. The motorcycle was powered by a 500 cc two stroke engine.

The bike debuted in 1981 replacing the Suzuki RG 500. The Roberto Gallina-Suzuki team won two consecutive riders world championships in the 500cc class with Marco Lucchinelli in 1981 and Franco Uncini in 1982.