Suzuki

Viewed alongside other machines from the period, the Suzuki is highly advanced, using design techniques developed in the ground breaking 250 and 500 twins. Horizontally split crank case…

 

Launched as Suzuki’s flagship superbike on the show circuit in 1971, the GT750 wasn’t a fire-breathing monster like the Kawasaki Mach IV/H2 triple, but instead proved to be…

 

In 1984, a Yamaha advert quite boldly stated “ No one has ever built a road machine so close in technical basis to a current GP winner. Quite…

 

Everything about the RGV is lightweight and seemingly unsubstantial. Lifting it upright off the side stand for the first time has you over balancing as the bike literally…

 

Ton up Teenagers There have been many races throughout the 20th century, but rarely one more hotly contested than the rush to get a quarter-litre road machine past…

 

The Katana range established a tradition of converting concept bikes into reality that continues to this day. By the late seventies Suzuki’s GS1000 was being pushed in the…

 

This factory bike took Suzuki GB rider Rob McElnea to two Isle of Man TT victories, the first in the 1983 Senior Classic and the following year in…

 

In 1909, Michio Suzuki founded the Suzuki Loom Company in the small seacoast village of Hamamatsu, Japan. Business boomed as Suzuki built weaving looms for Japan’s giant silk…

 

A comfortable, dawd­ling commuter or a hair-raising hot-rod, a six-speed gearbox which transports you from a con­formist 30 miles-an-hour to a rebellious ton! These are the delights of…

 

London based musician and record producer, Robbie Moore has a rather unique problem, following a honeymooning bicycle tour of Italy a decision was made that next time the…