Yoshimura Suzuki Reveals Racing Program
0 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on January 26th, 2010 at 1:57 pm under Suzuki Racing
After their announcement last December regarding their plans to take part in several World Superbike races, Yoshimura Suzuki has now revealed their program for 2010. Yoshimura Suzuki has decided to take part in three rounds with two different riders. The first race will be at Assen, with former WSBK rider Yukio Kagayama, the second race will be at Imola (pending contract negotiations with the Italian track) with Daisaku Sakai riding. Sakai is in his third year with the team and the 2009 runner up in the All Japan Superbike Championship. Sakai was chosen for Imola because Yukio Kagayama ...Read more.
Suzuki Gladius wins Japanese Good Design Award
0 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on January 19th, 2010 at 1:15 pm under Suzuki News
Suzuki's latest middleweight has gained one of the most prestigious awards in its home market, taking the honours in the motorcycle category of the famous 'Good Design Awards'. // // Launched in the spring of 2009, the Gladius 650 replaced the hugely popular SV650, going on to score highly with both press and customers. Featuring a trellis-styled steel frame, curved bodywork and ancillaries along with bold colour options, the Gladius brought unique style to the Japanese naked middleweight segment. But it's more than just aesthetics that have made the Gladius an instant hit. With a ...Read more.
Results from the New Zealand Superbike Championships round 1
0 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on January 18th, 2010 at 1:33 pm under Suzuki Racing
This could be Andrew Stroud’s year. The Suzuki rider from Hamilton won the day at the opening round of this year’s Castrol Power 1 New Zealand Superbike Championships at Christchurch’s Ruapuna Park on Sunday, instantly signaling to his rivals that he means to take back the superbike crown he last held in 2006. For the past three seasons it has been Australian interloper Robbie Bugden who has crossed the Tasman to steal away the coveted Kiwi title and he was hoping to make it four in a row this year. It certainly looked a distinct possibility when the Suzuki rider from Brisbane ...Read more.
Rizla Suzuki Backs Both British Grands Prix at Silverstone
0 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on December 16th, 2009 at 5:42 pm under Suzuki Racing
Loris Capirossi’s Rizla Suzuki GSV-R was recently present at the Silverstone circuit in England to celebrate the announcement that the Northamptonshire circuit has secured the long term future of the FIA Formula 1 British Grand Prix to sit alongside the return of MotoGP to the famous British circuit in 2010. Staff based at Silverstone’s Northamptonshire headquarters were celebrating the fact that the circuit will host not one, but two British Grands Prix in 2010. In addition to securing the new 17-year F1 deal with Bernie Ecclestone’s Formula One Management (FOM), the motorcycle ...Read more.
Haslam tops day one times at Valencia
0 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on December 9th, 2009 at 9:31 pm under Suzuki Racing
A test for some of the top teams in WSB racing got underway on Wednesday at Valencia, and was blessed by warm temperatures and dry track surfaces.Top of the list was Leon Haslam, taking his Suzuki Alstare machine to a 1'34.5 second lap. Next fastest proved to be Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing) then double World Superbike Champion of yesteryear, James Toseland (Yamaha Sterilgarda). Toseland, like fourth fastest man Jonathan Rea (Hannspree Ten Kate Honda) fell today, but was unhurt. WSS Champion Cal Crutchlow, sporting a new helmet design with championship cycling multi-coloured stripes, was ...Read more.
2010 Suzuki RM-Z250
0 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on December 7th, 2009 at 5:38 pm under 2010 Models, Suzuki Dirt Bike
Championship winning performance…..ready for you now. Suzuki races to win, period. And, thanks to the hard work of Ryan Dungey in the U.S., the RM-Z250 is the AMA Supercross Lites West Coast and 250 Motocross Champion for 2009. But winning goes beyond the champagne. For the 2010 RM-Z250, Suzuki applied lessons learned on the track to turn up the speed, handling and confidence you’ll get racing every day, anywhere in the world. Suzuki racing technology is everywhere you look: advanced Suzuki fuel injection is fitted for the first time on a four-stroke 250 cm3 Suzuki motocross ...Read more.
2010 Suzuki RM-Z450
1 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on December 7th, 2009 at 3:12 pm under 2010 Models, Featured, Suzuki Dirt Bike
Two years ago, Suzuki stunned the world with the first fuel-injected motocross racebike. It was more than unique... it was a winner. Around the globe, the RM-Z450 helped racers collect wins and trophies, fiercly competing in venues from the World MX1 series to America's AMA Supercross championship. Now the question: Is there any way to improve on this incredible success? Sure there is. But you have to be Suzuki to do it. Take a look at the 2010 RM-Z450, a thoroughly updated, cutting-edge open-class motocrosser that's more potent than ever. Across-the-board engine upgrades boost power ...Read more.
Guintoli and Suzuki fully motivated for 2010
0 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on December 3rd, 2009 at 3:52 pm under Suzuki Racing
One man whose arrival in World Superbike has been greeted with major interest is one half of Suzuki Alstare's all-new Anglo-French pairing for 2010, Sylvian Guintoli, who together with Leon Haslam, has the task of bringing back Francis Batta's team to the top slot once again after a difficult year. Before making his WSB debut at the final Portimao round this year, the 27-year-old from Montélimar (France) had almost ten years' of world championship activity to his name. He spent most of his career in 250 GP before moving into MotoGP for two years of lowly points-scoring activity in 2007 ...Read more.
2010 Suzuki GSX-R750 Limited Edition Pays Tribute to 25 Years of SRADness
2 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on December 2nd, 2009 at 6:32 pm under 2010 Models, Suzuki News
Helping celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the GSX-R750, Suzuki GB has come up with the 2010 Suzuki GSX-R750 Limited Edition, which sports a retro paint scheme circa 1996 and a Yoshimura GP Evo 111 exhaust. The GSX-R750 appears to be the first GSX-R to get the anniversary treatment, as Suzuki GB is teasing image spots for a GSX-R600 & GSX-R1000 Limited Editions as well. Only 25 of these bikes will be made, each one stamped with its batch number. No word on pricing, but hopefully Suzuki has some sense, and doesn’t price it like Yamaha did with the Rossi Limited Edition ...Read more.
2010 Suzuki Burgman 400 ABS
4 CommentsPosted by Suzuki Bikes on December 2nd, 2009 at 12:02 pm under 2010 Models, Suzuki Scooter
The Burgman 400 not only combines exhilarating performance with a comfortable ride - it boasts a stylish design that's guaranteed to capture the spotlight wherever you ride. Around town or on longer rides, the Burgman 400 offers an impressively comfortable ride. It has plush suspension, matched by a sleek, aerodynamic fairing that provides excellent protection from the wind. A stepped seat and an easily adjustable backrest for the rider provides comfortable seating mile after mile. And concave floorboards offer you and your passenger plenty of legroom. For exciting performance, its ...Read more.
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