adobe photoshop cs6 trial download Like what you see? We do, too. While we wait for Suzuki to announce a suggested retail price for its new-for-2014 V-Strom 1000 ABS, here are 10 reasons to be the first person on your block to put down a deposit on one. 1. Larger, more powerful engine: Redesigned, liquid-cooled, [...]Read Full Post | Comments(41)
Ten Reasons To Buy A 2014 Suzuki V-Strom 1000 ABS Milan motorcycle show is an experience like none other.
Sudco Press Release: Sudco is America’s leading distributor of OEM style new replacement parts for everything you might need on older model Japanese motorcycles from engine replacement parts, to body parts & emblems, fuel tanks & petcocks, to original style mufflers, wiring harnesses, bolts & fasteners. Those impossible to find parts? Sudco’s probably got them [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
2013 Naked Middleweights Comparison Test Review Featuring these naked standards: Brutale 675, Street Triple R, V7 Stone, CB500F and SFV650.
Photographer : Jeff Allen
Looking to get naked? You’ve come to the right place. These five bikes represent the great diversity and big fun to be had in the ever-expanding naked-bike class. As the new Yamaha FZ-09 demonstrates with its 847cc Triple, the term “middleweight” is broader than ever. But don’t forget about bikes like the Honda CB500F, a [...]Read Full Post | Comments(13)
2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Special Edition – First Look (Video) Suzuki will build only 100 of these factory-customized Open-class GSX-Rs, and 50 of them are coming to the U.S.
Suzuki chose the Indianapolis Grand Prix as the place to celebrate its first 50 years in the U.S. market and to reveal there a special-edition GSX-R1000. One hundred GSX-R1000SEs will be produced worldwide, each of which will be distinguished by a brilliantly polished and chromed chassis, unique “candy apple” blue wheel spokes (rims are machined [...]Read Full Post | Comments(6)
Suzuki Motors Press Release: The Suzuki GSX-R1000 has always been an accessible sportbike; whether your desire is to win superbike races or to carve up your favorite road, the GSX-R1000 SE has been ready for all enthusiasts who desire its class-leading performance. In honor of its 50th Anniversary in America, Suzuki introduces the exclusive, limited-production [...]Read Full Post | Comments(1)
New motorcycle categories emerge with surprising regularity. Here’s one I dreamed up: Mini-Moto SUV. Who is the target buyer? Owners of luxury-tourers, experienced riders who are tired of the size and weight of those massive, over-the-road machines. Restyled this year, the Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS could be categorized as a Mini-Moto SUV, but don’t for [...]Read Full Post | Comments(4)
Suzuki Cycles Press Release: Suzuki officially entered the American motorcycle market. Fifty years later, at the Red Bull Indianapolis MotoGP August 16-18, the company will commemorate this notable anniversary and celebrate the customers, dealers and vehicles that make Suzuki a major influence on the powersports market. Suzuki’s 50th Anniversary event will take place in the [...]Read Full Post | Comments(2)
Photographer : Jeff Allen
Right, we actually rode these six great motorcycles all over the Sierra Nevada Mountains, but there’s no Humphrey Bogart film named that. And we didn’t really want to go to Mexico, where the real Sierra Madres are: Who needs to deal with banditos when we knew we’d have our hands full avoiding our home-grown federales? [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
Given that the truth almost always lies somewhere in the middle, you’d think the winner of our recent “Magnum Foursome” shootout would be a real contender for the win here. Suzuki’s had plenty of time to polish this one to a point where you almost wouldn’t recognize that this latest version comes from the same [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
2015 Suzuki GSX-R1000? Suzuki’s upcoming MotoGP bike, powered by an inline-Four, may play a big role in a future GSX-R1000.
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Is this photo-illustration what a street version of Suzuki’s new MotoGP bike would look like? When we first saw images of Suzuki’s inline-Four MotoGP mule being tested in preparation for a return to the series in 2015, we wondered if the Hamamatsu-based company was also planning to make a limited-production repli-racer. Here, Technical Editor Kevin [...]Read Full Post | Comments(1)