Tag Archives: Suzuki Classic Bikes

Suzuki TS250 Road Test

The Suzuki TS250 missed the start of the trail bike revolution, but only by a hairsbreadth, the Yamaha DT1 pipped all to the post when it emerged in 1968. The Suzuki wasn’t far behind however and, on paper at least,…

 

Suzuki RG500 – V Special

What happens when the imagination is left to run wild? The result is a machine like this RGV500, a 1994 RGV250 alloy chassis, wrapped quite tightly around a four cylinder V4, it fits, it works and above all it goes like stink.

 

Suzuki AP50 Restoration

Sixteener special Like the Fizzie the Suzuki AP50 is fondly remeberd by those who owned one or lusted after one in vain. The trouble is, unlike its Yamaha mate, finding the parts to restore an AP is getting harder. Owner…

 

Suzuki GSX-R750J Road Test

Most people think of the first GSX-R models as the real ground breakers, which may be correct historically, but to some they were nothing more than a wake up call for the rest of the biking industry. It took a…

 

Suzuki GT250A Road Test

Gone in a cloud of blue smoke The 70s was all about the Japanese outdoing each other at every opportunity. Usually we think of the superbikes as the battleground for this war, but things was just as hot further down…

 

Suzuki GS750-1000 Special

It looks so easy doesn’t it? You get a bike and begin changing every aspect of it, from the forks and swing arm to the engine type and capacity, only to find out you have opened a can of worms…

 

Suzuki AP50 Road Test

Teenage kicks The Suzuki design team took a while to develop the A50P in to the form that we know it best, both the Yamaha FS1 and Honda SS50 series were getting long in the tooth having been in the…