Suzuki successfully raised over £4,000 for charity at Motorcycle Live, which took place from 17-25 November at Birmingham’s NEC.
Get prepared for the cold months ahead thanks to winter-warmers from Suzuki’s new clothing range, with a selection of lines designed to keep the cold away whether you’re out and about or tinkering with your pride and joy.
Suzuki is currently offering savings of up to 45% on its genuine accessory heated grips, helping riders that are braving the cold stay warmer this winter.
Evgeny Bobryshev took the new RM-Z450 to the British MX1 title in its debut year of competition. Yet, riding for the Lombard Express Suzuki team, it was still a season that presented a number of challenges alongside the success. He stopped by Motorcycle Live last month and we asked him about the year.
Suzuki GB hosted the annual graduation ceremony for its Advanced Apprenticeship Programme at Rockingham Motor Speedway earlier this month.
Team Classic Suzuki has handed over its freshly-prepared Bandit race bike, with James McHardy receiving the GSF600 with a presentation at Motorcycle Live.
Suzuki is showcasing a number of striking new colour options for its 2019 model range at Motorcycle Live.
Following the unveiling of Suzuki’s new Katana at Intermot in Cologne, Germany, the Japanese brand is again bringing one of the biggest attractions to this year’s Motorcycle Live, which takes place from 17-25 November at Birmingham’s NEC.
Suzuki’s ever-popular SV650 will come with improved stopping power in 2019, thanks to an upgrade to new four-piston front brake calipers.
Team GB freestyle BMX athlete and Suzuki rider Declan Brooks marked a stunning return from injury last weekend, taking third place in the FISE Chengdu BMX World Cup event in China.
Suzuki is pleased to announce ‘For One Week Only’ – exclusive and attractive offers for customers, motorcycle enthusiasts, and those looking to get into motorcycling across the country, which will run for just seven days during the upcoming Motorcycle Live show week.
The new Katana stole headlines last month when it was unveiled at the Intermot motorcycle show in Cologne, Germany, and now Suzuki has revealed a black version of the modern retro, which draws inspiration from the original icon launched nearly four decades ago.