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Suzuki Naked Bike Line Up

Naked motorcycles are one of the most popular types of bikes and Suzuki have several across their line-up to cater for all bikers regardless of experience. Let’s have a look…

Suzuki Naked Bikes

Bimota SB8R

Bimota SB8R – Ultra Rare Rimini Super Bike

New owner Francesco Tognon had pinned his hopes on the Bimota SB8R saving the Rimini company. It used the Suzuki TL1000R V-twin engine and it was hoped it would challenge…

Bimota SB8R

Suzuki RG250 Gamma Review and Spec’s

When it comes to top tier two-stroke motorcycles of days gone by in the 250 class there are several contenders for the top spot and here we take a look…

1970 Suzuki T250

Suzuki T250 Hustler – 1969 to 1972

In this article we look back at the short lived but memorable Suzuki T250 Hustler which dominated the quarter litre scene in the early 70’s. In the early 70’s Japanese…

1970 Suzuki T250

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Suzuki X7 – Worlds First 100mph Production 250

The 1978 Suzuki X7 was an all new ground-up design, however the origins of the bike go way back to 1966 with the original T250.  Following the T250 came the…

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Suzuki RGV250 for sale

Suzuki RGV250 – Iconic 1980s Two Stroke Race Replica

In 2021 the Suzuki RGV250 still has an enthusiastic following as do many of the 250cc race replicas from the 1980’s and early 90’s.  Sure if you ride one today,…

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Suzuki Boulevard S40 – Ideal Starter Bike For Cruiser Fans

A few years ago Suzuki quietly dropped the Suzuki Boulevard S40 from its lineup but that is not to say there are no 2019 models left in dealers or indeed…

The Suzuki SV650: The Beginner Bike For Pros

It’s simple, it’s fun, it’s reliable, and it’s shockingly affordable. Ask any seasoned veteran to recommend a first bike and chances are they’ll point to the Suzuki SV650.  Perfect starter…

red and black first edition Suzuki Hayabusa

1999 Suzuki Hayabusa – Fastest Production Motorcycle of the 20th Century

Anyone as excited as I am about Suzuki reviving the Hayabusa? C’mon I know I’m not alone!  I remember seeing the first generation 1999 Suzuki Hayabusa up close and personal….

90’s Suzuki Motorcycles – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The 1990’s was a decade of ups and downs for Suzuki motorcycles in terms of new models they brought to market. From maintaining the Gixxer line and introducing GSX-R600, to…

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1985 Suzuki GSX R750 – Worlds 1st Production Track Bred Bike

2020 marked the 35th anniversary of the launch of the Suzuki GSXR 750 Slabside, and within that celebration there was more than just one bike to commemorate, there is the…

suzuki GSXR 1100

Suzuki GSXR 1100 – History and Buying Guide

In 1986, a year after a thankful few got their hands on the fantastic GSX-R750, it was topped by the bigger and faster Suzuki GSXR 1100. More power from the…

Suzuki RG500 Gamma

The Suzuki RG500 Gamma, along with the Yamaha RD500LC mark the ultimate evolution of the two-stroke motorcycle. These mid 80s motorcycles are the pinnacle of what superbly performing two-stroke powered…

Suzuki Katana GSX1100S

Original Suzuki Katana GSX1100S

Like many of us I was excited by the release of the new Suzuki Katana in 2019 and when I later saw that glistening Samurai Sword displayed above the bike…

Motorcycles of the 80s – 25 Iconic Bikes of the Decade

For me, the standout memories of the motorcycles of the 80s was the fascination with turbo bikes, improved (faster) two stroke machines and the Japanese manufacturers stepping on Harley Davidsons…

Suzuki GT750 – A Buy to Ride Classic

The Suzuki GT750 was an oddball machine when it first made an entrance way back in 1971. Known as the Kettle, Water bottle or Water Buffalo, the GT750 rolled off…

1980's muscle bike

1980’s Motorcycles – My Personal Picks

I was born in 1971, brought up in a motorcycling household, and as we grew older, bikes were just part of our life; Dad owned a very cool Bonnie, my…

1980's muscle bike