Derived straight from Suzuki’s half-liter RG Gamma XR45 factory Grand Prix racer, the RG500 was a road-legal replica racer produced between 1985 and 1987.
Santa Monica, California – The FIRST of the legendary Walter Wolf models.
Santa Monica, California – recently looked over by our White Glove service, this RG500 is ready to ride.
With over $10,000 in upgrades and a recent $3,600 service, this beautiful Gamma is one of the coolest motorcycles to come out of the 1980s.
Campbell, California – with over $10,000 in upgrades and a recent $3,600 service, this beautiful Gamma is one of the coolest motorcycles to come out of the 1980s.
A beautiful tribute to the rare Walter Wolf Gammas, this example has Wolf’s signature on the tank.
Santa Monica, California – An 80s Suzuki repli-racer that comes to Iconic out of a collection in Georgia.
Santa Monica, California – adorned in a Barry Sheene tribute livery, this beautiful RG is ready for display or to restore for classic track day use.
Barnard Castle, England – this RG500 Gamma was painted by Dream Machine as a tribute to the Skoal Bandit race bikes.
Santa Monica, California – a seat, rear sets, tail section, seat cowl, and sidecovers for your next RG500 project.
Santa Monica, California – a slight resto-mod with an engine built by Rick Lance.
Issaquah, Washington – “the RG was definitely nearer the mark, and actually far closer to the race machine than you might ever imagine. The Suzuki is almost an exact replica of the race machine.” Rebuilt approximately 700 miles ago, this RG features several Lance Gamma parts and is ready to ride.