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The Suzuki Owners Club is open to any person who owns any make of powered motorcycle or scooter, preferably a Suzuki but not a necessity. It doesn't matter if it's a grey import or officially imported machine and if you sell your motorcycle, you can still stay a member.
The aim of the Kettle Club is to bring together owners and riders with the same interest in keeping Kettles 'alive' and on the road. Either by: - National rallies, camping weekends various meetings in the UK and Europe or written contributions in our regular news letter the “FLEXI-FLIER.”
2-Stroke Forums, Galleries, Classifieds, Blogs and a place to chat all things RGV250.
As a teenager in England back in the late 1970s and early 1980s the bike to be seen on was the Suzuki GT250 X7. The red ones were the fastest, the blue ones were blue and nobody wanted a white one. Barry Sheene was world champion and our idol and he was the face advertising the X7. This was the first 100MPH production 250. The bike that managed to change motorcycling law here in the U.K.
The VJMC is the UK’s premier club for Japanese bikes fifteen years old and over. The club was founded in 1982 by a small group of like minded enthusiasts, who appreciated early Japanese bikes, their style, reliability, practicality and technological achievements.
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