Three more of Barry Sheene’s race bikes have arrived at Suzuki GB from the family home in Australia, and two of them will be restored at this year’s Motorcycle Live, which takes place at Birmingham’s NEC from 16-24 November.
The annual Classic Suzuki Sunday is set for this weekend [15 September] and will again take place at the Super Sausage Café on the A5 near Potterspury.
The Suzuki GSX-R1000 has won the 2019 National Superstock 1000 Championship at the hands of Richard Cooper and the Buildbase Suzuki team.
Buildbase Suzuki’s Richard Cooper has claimed the 2019 National Superstock 1000 Championship crown, with a brace of victories aboard his GSX-R1000R this weekend at Oulton Park.
After passing his CBT in January, Stacie Lewis chose the GSX-R125 to be his first bike. Since then he’s managed to put over 10,000 miles on the clock and the little 125 has even attended several biking events.
Suzuki has shown its new colour options for the 2020 SV650 and Address scooter, which are available from UK dealerships this month.
Away from the racing at Silverstone for last weekend’s British Grand Prix – which saw Team Suzuki Ecstar’s Alex Rins claim victory – Suzuki was lending a helping hand to new riders and those looking to get onto two wheels for the first time with a star-studded lineup of instructors passing on some of their own hints and tips.
Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing put both bikes on the podium at Pittsburgh Motorsports Race Complex as Toni Elias claimed victory on Sunday and teammate Josh Herrin finished third.
SR75 Suzuki's Luke Oldfield was on fine form at the weekend, taking three wins from four motos aboard his RM-Z450 at Cusses Gorse for round five of the UK MX Nationals.
Following Team Suzuki Ecstar and Alex Rins’ British Grand Prix victory at Silverstone, Suzuki GB has launched a celebratory offer that sees its entire GSX-R range available on 0% APR finance until the end of September.
Alex Rins took a stunning victory - his second of the season - at Silverstone to win the British Grand Prix by one hundredth of a second.
Over 40 years ago Suzuki changed the face of 500cc GP racing with the release of the two-stroke square four XR14. One of the men responsible for this machine was Makoto ‘Big Mac’ Suzuki who, alongside Makoto Hase, developed and built the RG500 that in 1976, with Barry Sheene onboard, delivered Suzuki its first 500GP world title.