American Suzuki Motor Corp. continues to celebrate 50 years of motorcycle racing with its fifth commemorative sticker in the series that honors both its past and current championship successes.
This weekend at the final GNCC race of the season, the Ironman in Crawfordsville, Indiana, Suzuki revealed the GNCC special-edition commemorative sticker that is available to motorcycle fans at the event.
The GNCC commemorative sticker features Rodney Smith with his number one plate on the championship-winning Suzuki RM250 from the 1998 GNCC Championship, as well as newly crowned GNCC champion Josh Strang and his Suzuki fuel-injected RM-Z450.
Rodney Smith is a true motorcycle champion who won five GNCC championships, four Enduro championships, and three Hare Scramble titles aboard a Suzuki.
He has put himself in the motorcycle racing record books of every cross-country race discipline in the country and continues to race successfully aboard an RMX450Z.
Josh Strang is the newest Suzuki titleholder, taking his championship-winning RM-Z to his first GNCC title of his career.
Looking back to the past and looking forward to the future, Suzuki is proud to celebrate its motorcycle racing prowess and accomplishments with its series of commemorative stickers.
The GNCC commemorative sticker will be available at the Suzuki truck in the pits at the Ironman event this weekend. If you are at the event, stop by and collect your piece of history.