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25th Anniversary Suzuki GSX-R1000 goes on sale

Suzuki has unwrapped the final 25th Anniversary GSX-R – a limited run of brown and cream GSX-R1000s. Just 25 bikes are available with an £11,000 price tag as, available to order online only through the www.imgsx-r.com website. There’s very little difference in terms of specification – the only hard parts changed are the end cans, which are Yoshimura GP Evo ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 27 May 2010

Ventura luggage rack for Suzuki B-King

Ventura has created this luggage system to give the Suzuki B-King some potential as a touring motorcycle as well as a muscle bike. The kit includes two bespoke rails which mount on the tail piece, and you can then select from a grab rail, a Sport Rack and a full-sized Pack Rack (shown). For the pack rack, you can then ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Parts & accessories
  • 28 February 2008

Tokyo Show: Suzuki Let’s 5 50cc scooter revealed

This is the Suzuki Let’s 5 scooter, revealed today as one of the new motorcycle and scooter models to be exhibited on Suzuki’s stand at the Tokyo Show this weekend. The 49cc four-stroke single Suzuki scooter is fuel injected for fuel efficiency and low emissions, and the twist-and-go machine is equipped with only basic equipment to keep costs down – it even ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 24 October 2007

Tokyo Show: Suzuki unveil gemma concept scooter

Suzuki has just revealed the gemma concept scooter due to be unveiled at this weekend’s Tokyo Show. The 250cc four-stroke scooter has a long, low riding position designed specifically to transport two adults around a city in comfort, according to Suzuki. The large dual seat is almost completely flat to keep rider and passenger weight low, and a large lockable ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 24 October 2007

Hayabusa powered quad

Watch the video to see a  Suzuki 450R LTR Turbo Hayabusa Drag Quad in action.

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 25 July 2007

2008 Suzuki GSX1300-R Hayabusa first official look

This is the new 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa – though you’d be forgiven for thinking otherwise, as Suzuki has kept the design close to the original. Under the skin of the Hayabusa however, no part of the motorcycle has been left untouched. The engine is now 1340cc and although Suzuki hasn’t officially revealed a power figure as yet, sources close to Suzuki ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 28 June 2007

Fully-faired 2008 Suzuki Bandit GSX650F revealed

Suzuki has just released these first pictures of a full-faired Bandit 650. Shown here in American spec, the GSX650F has been confirmed as one of six new UK-spec Suzukis to be launched next week in Rome. Based heavily on the new-for-2007 water-cooled Bandit 650, the GSX650F is intended as a replacement for the GSX750F ‘Teapot’, which was a long-running and ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 28 June 2007

Suzuki 'Address' commuters with 125cc bike

Suzuki announced the UK introduction of the Address 125 commuter bike last week. The step-through style machine has a four-stroke 125cc engine with a semi-automatic four-speed gearbox and disc brakes. It costs £1699 on the road, and comes with a two year warranty, one year’s breakdown cover, and is available on a two-year finance plan with £48.76 monthly payments. See ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 11 June 2007

Suzuki insurance deal extended

Suzuki has extended its £99 insurance deal on the GSX-R600 until June 30. Buyers of new GSX-R600s can get fully comprehensive for just £99, though there is a minimum age limit of 25. See your local Suzuki dealer for more information.

  • Motorcycle News
  • 14 May 2007

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