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Video: Simon Crafar powerslides the new Suzuki GSX-R1000

MCN, 27 April 2012 09:23

The new Suzuki GSX-R1000 is one of only two current superbikes (the other the Honda Fireblade) that doesn't have traction control. For most of us mere mortals, that means having to be a little more careful on the throttle than on an electronics-laiden Aprilia RSV4, or any of the other 1000cc superbikes. For 500GP winner Simon Crafar it means he ...

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60 years of Suzuki: RGV500 vs GSX-R1000

MCN, 12 April 2012 14:24

These two blue and white machines represent the best of the Suzuki best. Right now, the 166bhp, 203kg 2012 GSX-R1000 is the ultimate incarnation of the Japanese firm’s road-going superbike and this 1998 ex-Nobuatsu Aoki RGV500, making 180bhp and weighing just 130kg was one of the last of the fearsome 500cc GP bikes.  One’s a two-stroke V4, one’s a four ...

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Video: Suzuki GSX-R1000 first ride

MCN, 20 February 2012 12:39

The Suzuki GSX-R1000 now produces the most midrange of any 1000cc superbike. What's more, weight has dropped by 2kg and it's gained Brembo brakes and comes with revised big piston suspension. Suzuki has gone back to what made the GSX-R legendary and simplified the way to a quick lap time. In other words: stop for the corner, get the bike ...

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2012 Suzuki GSX-R1000 first ride: "So easy to ride"

MCN, 08 February 2012 17:11

The launch of the new Suzuki GSX-R1000 is currently underway at the Miami Speedway track in America. Senior road tester Adam Child has just completed his first session on the bike and these are his thoughts: "My first session went on for ages because no-one waved me in so I just kept going for 40 laps. The big differences to ...

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Money off new Suzukis for 2012

MCN, 06 January 2012 13:36

Suzuki has launched a combined cashback, cheap finance and £1 deposit offer. So if you want a new GSX-R1000, you can pop in to your Suzuki dealer, pay £1, get £1000 cash back and then pay £319.52 a month for three years (that’s 3% APR). The scheme applies to nine new Suzuki models, as follows: Model Price Cash back GSX-R1000 ...

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Staff bikes: Suzuki GSX-R750 video review

MCN, 30 December 2011 10:00

Senior MCN Road Tester, Michael Neeves has been living with his Suzuki GSX-R750 L1 for most of 2011. He’s covered over 10,000-miles, riding it everywhere from the TT to Ibiza, on-track and to the shops. In this video he tells us how life’s been with, what he thinks, is one of the best sportsbikes you can buy. brightcove.createExperiences(); BLOG11 GSXR11

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Video: Club MSV first trackday guide

MCN, 07 October 2011 10:43

The idea of riding on track is an appealing one, with the rare chance to explore the potential of your bike on the same stretches of tarmac fought on by racing legends, but tackling your first track day can seem daunting. In our guide to your first ever trackday we head to a Club MSV day at Brands Hatch, where ...

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Video: Suzuki V-Strom takes on rivals

MCN, 23 September 2011 09:30

The new Suzuki V-Strom already impressed MCN when we rode it at the launch. The replacement of the bike's old SV650 motor with a new Gladius-derived unit, a full restyle and lashings of extra refinement moved the V-Strom up to a new level. But our test shows that, despite Suzuki's best efforts, it still falls short of the powerful, more ...

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Video: Suzuki GSR750 vs Suzuki GSX-R750

MCN, 05 May 2011 16:56

The new Suzuki GSR750 is a naked streetbike that costs £7,125, while the GSX-R750 is a focused sports bike that costs £10,026. £3000 more than the GSR750. But do you really need a focused sports bike, or will a cheaper naked bike cope just as well? We tested both bikes on the road and then took them to Brands Hatch ...

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Suzuki GSX-R600 vs Triumph Daytona 675R: Mallory Park stats

MCN, 23 March 2011 16:01

The new Suzuki GSX-R600 is MCN's supersport class leader. It dominated our supersport shootout in France, but now it has a new rival - the Triumph Daytona 675R. We tested the bikes on the road, on track at Mallory Park and we speed tested them at Bruntingthorpe. The stats below from Mallory Park show the Triumph is a shade quicker, ...

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