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2003 Suzuki Burgman 400 Scooter on 2040-motos

US $4,299.00
YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:6 ColorColor: Blue

Oakdale, New York, US

Oakdale, NY, US
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TypeType:Scooter Stock NumberStock Number:101721 VINVIN:101721 PhonePhone:8775905952

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2003 Suzuki Burgman 400, Great Scooter! - Stylish new 400cc scooter that combines the best style and utility features in its class. Engine Features

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2012 Suzuki GW250 – Baby B-King the Flagship Model for Chinese Market

Fri, 14 Oct 2011

Suzuki officially launched its new GW250 B-King inspired motorcycle as its flagship model for China. Presented at the China International Motorcycle Trade Exhibition (CIMAMotor 2011), Suzuki GW250 will be produced in China first for the domestic market but will later be exported to Europe, Indonesia and Central and South America. The GW250 will be sold in China by Haojue, a joint venture between Suzuki and Jiangmen Dachangjiang Group and one of China’s largest motorcycle The liquid-cooled and fuel-injected 248cc parallel Twin motorcycle inherits many of the design cues from the Suzuki B-King, the Hayabusa-engined naked.

John Hopkins Loses Fingertip [Warning: Graphic Image May be a Shocker]

Sat, 14 Jan 2012

Following numerous procedures and some complications, American racer John Hopkins has undergone surgery to remove the tip of his right ring finger. The Crescent Suzuki racer initially injured the finger in a crash while competing as a MotoGP wild card entry for Rizla Suzuki in the Czech Republic Grand Prix at Brno in August. Since then, Hopkins underwent six procedures to repair his finger to no avail.

Air Research Suzuki GTP 550 Turbine Cafe Racer

Tue, 25 Sep 2012

Emile van Essen is from North Holland and, in a stroke of brilliance/lunacy, has replaced the original two-stroke three-cylinder of a 1976 Suzuki GT550 with a turbine. Sadly it does take a bit of time to get going, although any displeasure you might feel as a result would no doubt be offset by the joy of riding down the street emitting an ear-splitting howl, shattering glass and generally disturbing the peace.