Additional photos of this Suter MMX2 Prototype are available here for your perusal.

Whilst competing in the 250cc World Championships, Eskil Suter founded Suter Racing Technology. Over the years, his company has developed a reputation for excellence in motorcycle chassis design with work in MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, WSBK, MXGP, and S1GP.

Built specifically by Suter to compete in Moto2 from 2010-2018, the MMX2 won three straight Constructors World Championships (2010-2012). Marc Marquez won the Moto2 rider’s championship aboard a Suter in 2012, as well.

Before Suter committed to building Moto2 racers with the Honda 600cc powerplant, they produced two prototypes around with a Yamaha R6 motor. This is #2 of 2.

This prototype combines Yamaha OEM parts with impressive aftermarket components and Suter’s know-how. The chassis and swingarm are fully-adjustable Suter units, while the suspension is comprised of Yamaha R6 forks in Suter triple clamps up front and an Ohlins shock in the rear.

The front wheel and brakes are from a Yamaha R6, while the rear wheel is from Marchesini and the rear brakes are from Brembo.

The wiring harness and ECU are from the YEC SSP Race Kit, while the dash is a standard R6 unit.

Thanks to a titanium exhaust system with carbon fiber muffler, Suter claims that this motor produces 130 horsepower on 110 octane (fuel tank is 3.7 gallons), enough to propel the bike to a top speed of 165 miles per hour.

The sale includes a front and rear stand.

This is Suter #046 with a chassis number of 046-002.

It has never been raced, and it’s equipped with updated bodywork. The original bodywork is included in the sale.

Offered at a tremendous discount compared to the non-prototype Suter MMX2s, this bike presents an interesting opportunity that blends a reliable drivetrain with top-notch components and a dash of exclusivity.

Photos by Nathan May.