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SWM RS Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 5
First production year: 2015
 

2016 - Present

This SWM RS 650 R it is a enduro / offroad bike sold from 2016. It’s the first in the line-up of SWM machines coming to Australia, followed now by the SM 650 R supermoto, the RS 300 R and RS 500 R enduros and SM 500 R supermoto in April, the Silver Vase 440 scrambler and Gran Milano 440 roadster in May and the Super Dual 650 in August.




 

2016 - Present

My SWM RS 125 R has a steel tube frame with a single upper backbone and a double lower cradle. The bike rides on knobby tires, size 90/90-21 in front, 140/80-18 in back, and the classic spoke-type wheels have aluminum rims. Disc brakes are by Brembo: a 260mm front rotor has a two-piston floating caliper, a 220mm rear teams with a single-pistonfloating caliper.




 

2015 - Present

The RS is heavily based on the old Husqvarna TE630. We happen to know a bit about that model Husky and we have a very high opinion of the bike. What gets us so excited about the SWM is that, if as it appears on paper this bike is essentially a refined TE630, it’ll mean there’s once again on the Australian market a 650cc single with a strong engine, good suspension, quality brakes, fuel injection...




 

2015 - Present

The 2015 RS 500 R is a superbly well-balanced machine, with a wonderful power delivery, with ample levels of high torque on tap. The handling is taken care of by "KAYABA, a real riders machine that involves it's user whether off or on road. The very highest quality components are utilised in the construction of this motorcycle. Overall a superb package with high levels of specification...




 

2015 - Present

The RS 300R come equipped with top-shelf componentry mated to tough and reliable engines with GET ignitions and Mikuni EFI throttle bodies. The high-performance KYB suspension fitted will satisfy the needs of the most serious trail rider.