The Manchester Bike Show is set to make its comeback this month following the Covid-19 pandemic and Suzuki will be in attendance to showcase an impressive selection of its product range, supported by established dealer Bolton Motorcycles.
Suzuki has scrubbed £600 off the RRP of its RM-Z range, with the Arenacross championship-winning RM-Z450 available for £6,399, and the RM-Z250 now costing £6,299.
Take a tour of the Suzuki stand at this year's Motorcycle Live show, and find out just what the Japanese marque has on display.
Suzuki has added a white version of the new Hayabusa to its range for 2022, which joins the existing black and orange and matt silver and red versions launched this year.
Suzuki has pulled the covers off its Euro5 GSX-R and GSX-S125 machines, with the new learner-friendly models available in dealerships next summer.
Suzuki has announced a new offer across its twins range - from its range-topping V-Strom 1050XT Tour to the popular SV650 - with 2.9% APR representative available over a three year agreement, with no deposit required and an additional £500 off test ride incentive.
Powerslide Catfoss Racing - the racing arm of Suzuki dealership Powerslide Motorcycles - has confirmed its return to the Bennetts British Superbike Championship in 2022, and announced an extended relationship with Hawk Racing, which operates the Buildbase Suzuki team.
Suzuki has sharpened its Katana for 2022, with the updated machine getting more power and an improved suite of electronics.
Team Classic Suzuki has pulled the wraps off its latest race bike project: a 1996 GSX-R750 SRAD built for future international classic racing events.
With Motorcycle Live 2020 cancelled due to the global pandemic, Suzuki is celebrating its Grand Prix world titles a year later to make up for it. With Joan Mir winning last year’s MotoGP world championship for Team Suzuki Ecstar, Suzuki is marking his - and its other six - world championships at Motorcycle Live 2021.
Gordon Stuart is no stranger to endurance rides for charity, but forced to look closer to home during a pandemic, he settled on riding his V-Strom 650XT between the four corners of mainland Scotland: 800 miles - with less than 50 miles of motorway - in under 24 hours.
Joan Mir was back on a MotoGP podium this weekend at Portimao, after qualifying his GSX-RR on the front row of the grid.