Following an impressive outing at Weston beach race, David Knight and SR75 Suzuki continued to improve their form with a hard earned second place at Skegness beach race at the weekend.
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.
Alex Rins took his fourth podium of the season, Suzuki's eighth of the year and third in a row, when he finished in second place at Sepang for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Bradley Ray put in an impressive performance for the Yoshimura Suzuki team at the weekend, despite the difficult conditions, when he qualified in fourth place at the final round of the All Japan Road Race Championship at Suzuka as a wildcard.
Bradley Ray will wildcard with the Yoshimura Suzuki team at the final round of the All Japan Road Race Championship, and will race a GSX-R1000R alongside the team’s regular riders at Suzuka this weekend.
The latest GSX-R1000 now has a year and a half under its belt, and has taken race wins, championships, and even won last year’s Senior TT on the Isle of Man in its debut outing at the world-famous event. But the story that gets us to this point - a race-proven machine that boasts MotoGP-derived technology and a suite of advanced electronics - starts over 30 years ago, in Hamamatsu, Japan. This is part two of the story.
Suzuki will restore arguably the most important racing motorcycle it ever produced at this year’s Motorcycle Live - the G-54, the precursor to the iconic XR14 and RG500 machines that went on to take Suzuki and Barry Sheene to world championship glory.
Suzuki’s Brad Groombridge raced his RM-Z450 to victory the annual Acerbis Four-Hour cross-country dirt bike race near Taupo in New Zealand at the weekend.