Skip to content
and found 27 items
The Suzuki SV650 is a straightforward middleweight V-twin all-rounder which proves you don%X92t have to be boring to be practical. The SV650 is versatile, affordable, a doddle to ride (making it popular with inexperienced riders) and yet is a hoot to muck about on - or even to race. - SV650 Ultimate buyer's guide - everything you need to know when...
Yep...got another dance job abroad, this time I'm on land not on a ship. Going away for 9 months possibly a year to Portugal. Can't take the bike with me unfortunately so it's up for sale. SV650s, Y reg, 36k, open to offers now as I need to get it sold before I go at the begining of Jan! It's in perfect condition and of course it's had alot of love and care from me. Please email me if you're serious about buying this bike from me. Thanks.
I'm planning on doing my test soon and have been looking around to see which bike would be best as my first. I like the look of the SV and i've heard good reports on it. I haven't had a chance to get to a suzuki showroom yet to try one out so i wondered if anyone could advise whether it'd be practical for me? having problems cos i'm only 5 ft 3 ins (can't even touch the ground on some bikes!) and, how can i put this... lets say i'm "generously proportioned up top", so have issues with leaning ...
i passed my test a few months ago but im restricted to 33 bhp , i currently ride a cbr 125 but want to upgrade to a bigger bike , i have been looking at the sv650s because i want a sports bike. Is this the bike to go for or is there any better options??
wots the diferance
I've recently bought the K5 sv650s, (unregistered bargain,couldnt help myself!) i've done about 1700 miles on it since i bought it first week of july, had oil and filter done 3 weeks later at first service of 600 miles, my question is, 1000ish miles later the oil is just on or slightly below the lower mark on the window,is it normal to use that much oil in only 1000 miles?? not ridden like an idiot, mostly commuting and one trip of about 450-500 miles over 4 days but mostly motorways and a road stuff, any advice appreceated cheers DF
Im either getting an SV650s or an SV1000s and ill deffo want to change the end cans possibly the whole system, but looking through the on-line catalogues at M&P and Busters/J&S there doesnt seem to be any available but i know ive seen SV's with after market cans, can anyone point me in the right direction as to where i can source them and which is best value as regards to how much you pay and the BHP gains and KGS reduction, Ta very much guys.
There are few things more satisfying than improving your ability at doing something you love. This is the story of one such instance and the star of the show is an SV650S. I'm just back from a touring holiday in Scotland on my SV with my two mates who were both on R1's. I was intimidated before we left as both of them were on such ballistic machinery, and both of them are fast riders, but I'd never been put under any pressure to step it up beyond my limits before so was quite happy to play tail end Charlie ...
Hi all. I hope to God someone can help me. I'm experiencing problems with my sv. Been knockin on deaths door for a while but thankfully no one is home when I call. My bike has a 700cc racing tuned engine in and as I am clueless, I don't know if this is reletive to the problems or not. I started having problems which suggested the head gasket had gone. I had this replaced and it cant have been that, My bike is backfiring a lot on low revs, using loads of petrol, I can also smell fuel when I ...
I've bought a full micron system for my 05 SV, does anyone have any tips im dreading having a go myself but the local dealers are booked up for the next 4-5 weeks and i cant wait that long. help!!
Save money by comparing quotes. It's quick and easy
With over 18,000 products, MCN shop is the best place to buy your biking kit
Motorcycle Cover | Cheap Motorcycle Insurance | Moped Insurance | Scooter Insurance | 125 Insurance | Work Experience
Car Magazine | Empire | FHM | Parkers | LRO | Today's Golfer | Zoo
Bauer Consumer Media Ltd (company number 01176085, 1 Lincoln Court, Lincoln Road, Peterborough, England PE1 2RF)