Only available in a Champion Yellow finish, the 2004 Suzuki RM uses a steel frame for a solid, sturdy build. Side covers, front and rear fenders, and fork guards adorn the bike, and it sports a decal kit replete with brand names: from the bike manufacturer to the company behind the suspension (e.g., Showa at the front). Seating, provided by a one-piece vinyl unit, is big enough for just one person: the driver. A pair of multi-spoke aluminum wheels is on each 2004 Suzuki RM, which varies in size depending on the model. The RM 65 has the smallest wheels (and tires), with 14-inch wheels at the front and 12-inch wheels at the back. The RM 250 has the largest wheels and tires: 21 inches at the front and 19 inches at the back. Hydraulic disc brakes on the wheels provide great stopping power, certainly over ones with all-wheel drum brakes or front-disc-brake/rear-drum-brake layouts.