2012 Suzuki Burgman 400 Abs Scooter on 2040-motos
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2012 SUZUKI Burgman 400 ABS, Take the Burgman 400 ABS out for a ride around town and you'll find that every one of your senses is in for a delight. Visually the clean, aerodynamic lines of its bodywork are stunning, and for 2012 it features new pinstripe decals on the front and rear wheels. For your comfort around town or on the highway, it has plush suspension and a sleek fairing that provides excellent protection from the wind. A stepped seat and an easily adjustable backrest for the rider, along with a passenger backrest offer comfortable seating mile after mile. For exciting performance the Burgman 400 ABS's liquid-cooled engine offers strong acceleration utilizing an advanced fuel injection system ensuring crisp throttle response working together with an automatic clutch and V-belt drive for smooth power delivery. If you're looking for the ultimate in style and performance, check out the Burgman 400 ABS.
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Over the weekend, an aged Japanese racer reacquainted himself with one of his early loves. Celebrating 50 years of Suzuki racing, Mitsuo Ito took his former flame, the RM63, for a trip down memory lane and a lap around the Motegi circuit. The miniscule 50cc race bike was born from the legend of MZ employee Ernst Degner's defection from East Germany to Japan during the early days of the Cold War.Mon, 14 Apr 2014
Ryan Villopoto won his fifth race of the season while James Stewart took second place to just barely remain in contention for the 2014 AMA Supercross title. Meanwhile it was a bitter-sweet podium for third-place finisher KTM‘s Ryan Dungey who was officially mathematically eliminated from title contention. Racing in his home town of Seattle, Wash., Villopoto led every lap en route to an easy win, his fifth of the season.Fri, 03 Feb 2012
The first MotoGP pre-season test at Mayalsia’s Sepang circuit is complete, with Ducati, Honda and Yamaha‘s factory and satellite teams, as well as a handful of CRT entries, collecting data for the next stage of their race prototypes’ development. Absent from testing was Suzuki which announced last November it was leaving MotoGP racing. Suzuki cited the recession, the rising value of the Japanese yen and the natural disasters afflicting Japan in 2011 as reasons for leaving MotoGP, but the manufacturer did say it intended to return in 2014.
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