2000 | GrassTracker

Fashionable new 250 cm³ street bike evoking the image of a 1970s dirt track racer


The GrassTracker was developed as a fashionable model that combines the simple and aggressive image of a 1970s dirt track racing bike popular in countries like the U.S. with the prevalent trend among young people for equipping their rides with small streetbike-style components. The uncluttered and simple design includes a plainly styled fuel tank, slim seat, compact 250 cm³ 1-cylinder engine, and dual rear suspension. Other features of the GrassTracker include wild-styled wide handlebars, fork boots, and spoked wheels. Later, a BIGBOY model was launched featuring a longer swingarm and front forks, as well as larger-diameter front and rear tires.

Dimensions and weight Dimensions Overall length 1,995 mm
Overall width 900 mm
Overall height 1,130 mm
Wheelbase 1,325 mm
Weight 124 kg (Dry)
Engine Engine type 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC
Engine displacement 249 cm³
Bore x stroke 72.0 mm × 61.2 mm
Maximum power 15kW(20PS) / 7,500rpm
Maximum torque 21N-m / 6,000rpm
Transmission 5-speed constant mesh
Front tire size 3.00-18 47S
Rear tire size 120/80-17 61S