Suzuki

Rumours of a Suzuki two stroke triple began to circulate during 1968, with the T500 already taking the world by storm it seemed only natural that and extra…

 

Historically the XR14’s life began way back in the mid sixties when racing machinery was exotic to say the least. Four, five and six cylinder motorcycles, with double…

 

First seen in 1971, the Suzuki GT380 showed much promise, on paper at least. If the other Japanese manufacturers had stood still during the 70s then the GT380…

 

In the mid eighties virtually every aspect of the motorcycling future was accurately predicted. The die for the Superbike category had been well and truly cast when the…

 

Suzuki enjoyed great mileage out of their first GP 500 machine. The XR14, and its production version the RG500, lived on for some time, its square-four engine layout…

 

I had been looking forward to cocking a leg over this particular Katana special for some time. Its mix of classic and modern styling made it look fast…

 

Often thought to be a straight take off from the GT250 X7 the X5 is actually a complete design in its own right. Despite sharing much of their…

 

Gary Haythorn is well known within the classic world having been a regular attendee with his stunning machines at the many classic shows over the last few years.…