1997 GSX SUZUKI KATANA2022-03-30 18:43:05Brockton, Massachusetts, United States29,00089900
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Suzuki has prepared a touring version of the V-Strom, the 1050XT TourFri, 11 Dec 2020
Suzuki has expanded its lineup by simply adding three black-painted aluminum panniers to the older V-Strom. The resulting "V-Strom" package has acquired its own name: Suzuki V-Strom 1050XT Tour. The total volume of the top and both side cases is 112 liters.
Suzuki GSX-R1000 Sportbike Gets New VVT SystemTue, 29 Jan 2019
Suzuki has adopted the SR-VVT (Suzuki Racing Variable Valve Timing) system on the 2017 GSX-R1000. A centrifugal drive system is integrated into the intake gear and adjacent guide plate. It features 12 steel balls and slant grooves to rotate and synchronize the intake valve at a predetermined RPM for increased power at high RPMs.
Goodbye Hyperbike: Suzuki Ends Hayabusa ProductionThu, 27 Dec 2018
The legendary beast goes down in history after twenty years of dominating the highways, dragstrips and the earth's surface in general. The hyperbike is being discontinued due to non-compliance with the Euro-4 environmental standard, but its story does not end there. The company is clearly preparing its successor, as indicated by the renewal of the Hayabusa trademarks.
Suzuki unveils long-range V-Strom 1000XT AdventureSun, 21 Oct 2018
Adventure is based on the 1000XT, a top-of-the-range 1037cc V-twin with 99 hp. and spoked wheels and differs from it in additional equipment. The set includes 37-litre aluminum saddlebags, a center stand, heated grips, roll bars and a distinctive blue-silver-white paint job.
Turbobike Suzuki: Details!Sun, 03 Jun 2018
A new patent image reveals something new about the serialization of the Recursion concept. As we already know, the Hamamatsu company is preparing a commercial version of the Recursion show bike and its main feature will be a 700cc turbocharged inline two-cylinder engine, which is distinguished by powerful traction in a wide rev range. But on the way to the assembly line, the device will noticeably change, as hinted at by patent images.
Suzuki has updated the GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000FSun, 19 Feb 2017
The GSX-S1000 street fighter, based on the 2005 Suzuki GSX-R1000 K5 sportbike engine, and its faired F-version came out two years ago. This spectacular couple began the new year of 2017 with updates. The rider will certainly notice the presence of a new clutch with reverse slip, providing smoother downshifts!
Suzuki announces new Hayabusa hyperbike generationWed, 09 Nov 2016
The "supersonic" Hayabusa is one of the eternal values of the Suzuki brand. The bike has been produced since 1999 and is clearly not going to rest - the new "Busa" will take into account the disadvantages of modern motorcycles and get smarter. The company President Toshihiro Suzuki stirred up the public, saying that the new motorcycle will appear at the end of next year.
"Gixer’s" New ClothesFri, 26 Aug 2016
Instead of announcing models for 2017, Suzuki has unveiled a special edition of two of its bestselling models, the GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F. The GSX-S1000 Carbon Edition is available in black, blue, and red, with some elements finished in yellow fluorescent paint. The bike is fitted with body-coloured Brembo monoblock calipers, as well as carbon crankcase covers and fender liner.
New cross-country Suzuki 2017 bikesWed, 27 Jul 2016
Suzuki has released detailed information about the 2017 RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 motocross models. The main innovation of the whole series was the coloring. The colors of some plastic elements have changed, the Excel aluminum rims have become black.
In loving memory of the Suzuki KatanaWed, 23 Mar 2016
The Japanese are celebrating the 35th anniversary of the legendary Suzuki Katana motorcycle, whose appearance on the road still stuns the layman. Back in the day, the Japanese manufacturer relied on the European design studio Target Design to get an innovative motorcycle. Hans Muth, the ex-BMW designer at the time, presented two concepts: a 650cc prototype and a 1100cc version that ended up on the assembly line.