Suzuki

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.…

 

As bikes go, Andy Jones's GT750 is a bit of a tarts handbag. The paint and chrome work is both gaudy and loud, but there can be no…

 

Keith Dickinson is a 45 year-old Scientist, and part-time petrol head, who has always serviced and repairing his own bikes and cars. “I’ve had a bike of some…

 

A standard Suzuki Katana is an exciting machine, both to ride and to look at. The engine is the raw product of the early 80's and the chassis,…

 

With the late 70s came the resurgence of big capacity four-stroke racing after a mixed few years. F750 began earlier in that decade as road machines grew in…

 

Creating a street special is never easy but to achieve such a radical shift and yet still retain the essential looks of the donor machine takes some doing,…