Team Classic Suzuki has released a new video, documenting its fleet of race bikes, their racing efforts around the world, and how all that racing is supported by Suzuki's Vintage Parts Programme.
Suzuki is giving you the chance to have your bike, your way by running a number of great money-saving offers across its range this summer, including the return of its popular 2, 3, or 4 year finance options plus a £500 test ride incentive, running from 1 July to 30 September.
Team Suzuki Ecstar is giving one fan the opportunity to join a virtual meet-and-greet with riders Alex Rins and Joan Mir.
Danny Webb is not short of motorcycle racing experience, having been a part of the MotoGP paddock, ridden in EWC, World Supersport, and also competed in and won the International Road Racing Championship. But as he tells Chris Moss on the Inside Line podcast, riding an RG500 around the TT course might just be his career-highlight.
Suzuki has launched a new ‘holeshot campaign’ this summer that will see a £1000 saving available off the RRP of both its 2020 championship-winning RM-Z450 and the RM-Z250 motocross machines.
MotoGP hotshots Alex Rins and Joan Mir both joined Chris Moss on the Inside Line podcast, to talk lockdown, getting back on a bike, the pressure of MotoGP, and the topsy-turvy 2020 season.
Suzuki is supporting the Motorcycle Industry Association’s campaign to encourage commuters to make the switch to a motorcycle or scooter for their journey to work, as the UK’s lockdown continues to ease and employers return to work.
Knowing everyone’s idea of adventure varies, Suzuki offers three different accessory packs for the new V-Strom 1050 and 1050XT, designed to suit the needs of every rider.
Suzuki's dealer network is set to re-open on June 1, and with the new V-Strom 1050XT in showrooms and a host of offers available across the range, it's the perfect time to head in.
The legend of the Suzuki Hayabusa is the latest topic to be discussed on the Inside Line podcast, as host Chris Moss talks to two other journalists that were on the launch of the original, a tuner, a race car builder, and a long distance traveller.
Restrictions are easing and riding bikes is starting to become a thing again. But with the Covid-19 outbreak having started in February and March, many riders may not have ridden since 2019. It’s important, then, that before you dig the bike out and give it large, you ignore the temptation to just get going and carry out a few checks beforehand.
Three-time British Superbike champion, fan-favourite, and all round good guy John Reynolds is the second guest on the new Inside Line podcast, recounting his 2004 season, offering a deeper insight into the mind of a professional racer, and what it was like to see Yukio Kagayama dancing naked.