Suzuki saw the market for mini bikes after Honda introduced their “monkey bikes". They introduced the Trail Hopper. It was a three-speed with an automatic clutch. It put out a good three horsepower with its disc valve induction system. It could achieve 35 MPH! More than a kiddie bike! But to the ergometric it was limited to a small sized market. Though they undercut Honda in their pricing, the reality was that only small of stature were able to comfortably ride it. Suzuki often marketed them with a father on a larger bike to approach the father-son approach. This mini bike is still outstanding in its original livery. All of the stickers are intact. Shows 1,245 miles.