He’s racing for multiple Endurance World Champions SERT, is a Superstock Endurance World Champion, and this year won the Bol d’Or. He’s also spent his entire racing career in France - winning the French Superstock 1000 title in 2014 - despite being from Derby. For those unfamiliar, meet Gregg Black.
Charles Le Francois took two third place finishes in Germany at the weekend, riding his SR75 Suzuki RM-Z450. The Frenchman has now racked up a number of impressive finishes throughout the year and now sits in second place in the championship.
Charles Le Francois took a top-six finish in Barcelona at the weekend, riding his SR75 Suzuki RM-Z450. The French ace was aiming to carry on his run of form after a successful trip to Germany.
The chequered flag had hardly fallen on 2019, before MotoGP 2020 got underway with the customary Valencia test, at which a new engine and new electronics were top of the agenda for Team Suzuki Ecstar.
Suzuki has displayed new colours for its 2020 model range at Motorcycle Live, which is currently taking place at Birmingham’s NEC.
Suzuki has announced pricing for its new DR-Z inspired adventure machine, with the V-Strom 1050 available for £9,999, while the flagship V-Strom 1050XT comes with an RRP of £11,299.
German DR-Z, DR Big, and V-Strom specialist Hessler Rallye Team (HRT) has created this V-Strom 1050XT Desert Express.
SR75 Suzuki’s Charles Le Francois was in winning form in Stuttgart at the weekend, racing his RM-Z450 in the opening round of the German Supercross Championship.
Taking a break from race-preparing RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 machines for use in European supercross championships - including the UK's Arenacross series - SR75 Suzuki team boss Geoff Walker has breathed life into an RM250, using genuine Suzuki parts and a smattering of performance goodness from team sponsors.
In one week's time the doors will open to Motorcycle Live 2019. Here's why you should visit the blue stand.
Suzuki has unveiled two new V-Strom models today, with a new V-Strom 1050XT and V-Strom 1050 announced at Eicma in Milan, Italy.
Suzuki’s winter wonder campaign will see £1,000 knocked off the RRP of a number of models in the Japanese manufacturer’s range, while some also benefit from added low-rate finance and other customer saving incentives.