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Limited edition Yoshi GSX-R750 announced

Hannah Rundle, 26 July 2013 15:46

Suzuki has announced an exclusive run of this special black GSX-R750 kitted out with Yoshimura and genuine Suzuki accessories.Limited to 25 machines, the edition features a Yoshimura the R11 performance exhaust, bronze alloy Yoshimura oil filter plug, case saver kit, steering stem nut and timing inspection cap, as well as black Yoshimura bar end weights and rear paddock stand bobbins. ...

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Staff blog: In defence of the Burgman, pt 1

Steve Farrell, 13 June 2013 10:41

I’m experiencing mild frustration at some of the preconceptions I’ve encountered about the Burgman. If you’ve read my replies to reader comments under my previous blog entries, you may have detected a hint of defensiveness.   Although I’m really enjoying using the Burgman, for example, people keep telling me to get rid of it. So far five reader comments have ...

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Staff blog: How much?

Steve Farrell, 04 June 2013 10:14

I got a shock when I saw the price of new standard rear tyre for the Burgman 650 ABS Executive from a Suzuki dealer: £184 plus £30 for fitting.   The first one has just been replaced during the 4000 mile service, which costs £135. So that’s a total of £349.   I do 800 miles a week commuting to ...

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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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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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Suzuki GSR750 gets ABS

Andy Downes, 12 January 2012 17:18

The new Suzuki GSR750 is now available with antilock brakes for the first time since the bike was launched last year. The GSR750 was well received when it was introduced last year and even won a prestigious MCN Award for its class. The bike will make its UK show debut at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show at Excel ...

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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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Staff bikes: Suzuki GSX-R750: The surprise tourer

Michael Neeves, 26 September 2011 12:05

It's fair to say my GSX-R750 has lived most of its short life with the rev needle pinging against the redline on track. It's a sensational-handling bit of kit, devilishly fast and intoxicatingly involving. But most surprisingly it's really good at long journeys, too. So far I've been to Le Mans, travelled over to the TT and been to Le Touquet. ...

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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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