Suzuki is offering a free City Pack accessory kit with all new V-Strom 1050s purchased in August and September.
Team Suzuki Ecstar's Joan Mir put the disappointment of last weekend's opening Grand Prix of 2020 behind him to finish in a strong fifth place this time out at Jerez, while teammate Alex Rins bravely raced to 10th place despite his shoulder injury.
The new V-Strom 1050XT has picked up Moto Journal's award for motorcycle of the year, with a rating of 91 out 100.
He’s been working for Suzuki Motor Corporation for nearly four decades and is the man that penned the design of the original DR750S, a design that went on to become the template for all modern adventure bikes. With more DRs, DR-Zs, and RM-Z machines styled by his hand over the years, Ichiro Miyata sought inspiration from that original DR750S as he sculpted the new V-Strom 1050XT.
Ten years ago Cameron Donald did something pretty special - he took a legitimate four-stroke MotoGP machine around the Isle of Man TT course as part of Suzuki's celebrations marking 50 years of Grand Prix racing.
It was a disappointing start to the 2020 MotoGP season for Team Suzuki Ecstar, as a crash in qualifying ended Alex Rins' weekend early before teammate Joan Mir crashed out of the race in the opening stages.
2020 has been a turbulent year for all manner of sports - just look at the delays to MotoGP and British Superbikes - but for the young athletes hoping to compete in this year's Olympics they're having to wait a whole year to get another crack at it.
After one British BMX star began his motorcycling career with the GSX-S125, Ryan Martin follows in the wheel tracks of fellow Olympic hopeful Declan Brooks (https://bikes.suzuki.co.uk/news/declan-brooks-blog-bikes-and-bmxing/), and swaps pedals power for horsepower.
A V-Strom 1050XT-inspired version of Arai’s Tour-X4 adventure helmet is now available to buy, with an RRP of £649, from all authorised Suzuki dealerships, or online.
Chris Moss talks to four guests on the latest episode of the Inside Line, looking at the longevity and versatility of one of motorcycling's most popular and most successful machines, the perennial overachiever that is the SV650.
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.