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Up for grabs...Here's a very rare 1972 Suzuki ts 185 J Sierra Suitcase Cycle. These bikes were "built" in Santa Monica, CA for light aircraft pilots to stow away on their planes. Suitcase Cycle would buy in motorcycles (lightweight bikes from Honda, Suzuki, and Kawasaki) and do the conversions in their warehouse to make them easy to breakdown. Quick-disconnects were added to the wiring harnesses, frames were modified to be quickly taken apart. A very cool concept and one that adds another range of freedom for motorcyclists and airplane enthusiasts. This bike is in nice restorable condition. The tach is a replacement, the front tire is brand new as are the clutch cable, battery and throttle cable. The tank has no dents, the motor turns over and has strong compression. Please feel free to ask any questions. The bike is being sold "as is" with a bill of sale (no pink).
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Moto blogThu, 01 Aug 2013
Suzuki reported an 18.5% increase in net sales from its motorcycle business in its first quarter ended June 30, 2013. Suzuki reports sales of 70.5 billion yen (US$710.1 million) from its motorcycle business, an increase from 59.5 billion yen reported in the same quarter last year. Unfortunately, despite increasing revenue, Suzuki’s motorcycle operations still remains in the red, operating at a loss of 2.7 billion yen (US$27.2 million) compared to a loss of 3.5 billion yen in the first quarter last year.Mon, 17 Feb 2014
Eugene Laverty, aboard his Voltcom Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000, led the field today as the first day of World Superbike testing got underway at the Phillip Island circuit in Australia, site of the first race of the 2014 season. Under sunny skies and perfect weather conditions, Laverty adapted quickly to his new ride after spending last season aboard the Aprilia RSV4 Factory. The Suzuki offered incredible feedback and allowed him to push right out of the gates, ultimately setting a fastest lap time of 1:30.513.Wed, 26 Feb 2014
With the absence of Marc Marquez from the second Sepang MotoGP test, due to a broken leg suffered in a training accident, another Honda rider took his place at the top of the time sheets, though it’s not who you might think. Alvaro Bautista on the Gresini Honda set the fastest time at the end of the first day with a 2:00.848. The time is 1.3 second slower than the fastest time Marquez set at the last Sepang test.
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