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2012 Suzuki V-strom 650 Abs on 2040-motos

YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: ORANGE

Chandler, Arizona

Chandler, AZ
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Suzuki Concludes MotoGP Test At Phillip Island

Thu, 05 Jun 2014

The Suzuki MotoGP team concluded its three-day test at Phillip Island in Australia today after rain and less-than-perfect track conditions hampered much of the progress the riders and technicians hoped to make. Test rider Randy De Puniet was joined by Voltcom Crescent Suzuki World Superbike rider Eugene Laverty for the first two days; unfortunately suffering a crash early on the first day due to the slippery and damp conditions. However the Irishman was able to complete 37 laps yesterday despite inclement weather that halted much of the testing on every day; and which included a large amount of geese on the circuit obstructing every session.

Suzuki Signs on to AIMExpo

Mon, 01 Jul 2013

Hot on the heels of the announcement that U.S. motorcycle and ATV parts, accessories and apparel distributor Tucker Rocky/Biker’s Choice agreed to display its wares at the AIMExpo in October comes another key figure in the success of the inaugural trade show, Suzuki Motor of America. “We are very excited to be a founding participant at the first ever AIMExpo event”, said Suzuki Motor of America, Inc.

Are Motorcycles Safer With Antilock Brakes?

Tue, 30 Dec 2008

A new report says riders with ABS-equipped bikes can dramatically reduce the chance of a fatal accident. The study compared fatality rates among riders on bikes that have antilock brakes, and it found that death rates were 38% lower on motorcycles equipped with the optional ABS systems compared to non-ABS bikes. In 2005-2006, the fatal crashes per 10,000 registered motorcycles without antilock brakes was 6.6.