Suzuki motorcycles

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Which better way to compare a Suzuki Hayabusa with a Kawasaki ZX14 then on a straight line? And which better place to do that then at the O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis?

The Hayabusa was going for a good run, but it seems that previous burnouts for worming out that rear tire worn it too much, ending up blowing. It is amazing that the rider was still conscious after such a crash and I can understand why it didn’t got up its feet.

Source: liveleak
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Suzuki presents today a dream come true: the Limited Edition MotoGP inspired Suzuki GSX-R1000.

Riders longing to look like Capirossi and Vermeulen must know that Suzuki has made this new limited edition GSX-R1000 available in special blue color, exactly like the one of the Suzuki GSV-R. Their strategy is to allow Loris Capirossi and Chris Vermeulen, as well as the team’s fans, to take to the road a GP-inspired colored version of one of the best track racing bikes ever made.

A number of exactly 800 lucky future owners from Australia, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, South Africa, UK, Spain and other countries will be riding this racing bike with headlight. On top of the 2008 Grand Prix base colour, a set of both Capirossi and Vermeulen graphics is also available in some markets.

For more information click here and go to your local site.

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Computer games have their small monsters in the closet, but Hollywood beats them all. There can be no bigger proof than the scene in Mission Impossible 2 in which Ethan Hunt races around on a Triumph and competition soon arrives on a Suzuki.

Bullets, burnouts, jumps, everything was there for a box-office success. You don’t see this being done any more, but you can’t really say you loved it, don’t you?

Source: Youtube
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Competition riders, especially the ones who dedicate their lives to motocross, ride either for the joy of winning and if that never happens, at least they had a great time doing what they know best. What I know is that the adrenaline rush pushes them to the highest culms of success and the ones that reach that point often say that they ride to be remembered. Such a motocross rider is Brad Lackey, one of the first racers in the United States. His career unreeled in the 1970s and 1980s with (...)
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In this article we’re going to have a closer look at what the motorcycle manufacturers are planning for us next year. Since model years are different in parts of the world,we’re not going to call them 2009 or 2010 model, but just “next year”. You’ll understand. In four months, world’s biggest motorcycle exhibition (Intermot in Germany) opens its doors, and we’ll be seeing many new models. Here’s our stab at what we think (hope) to see. Aprilia The prototype RSV 1000 V4 was already presented (...)
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Just like Yamaha and Kawasaki, Suzuki also introduces the 2009 dirt bike range, but the models who have actually been revised are the RM-Z450, RM-Z250 and RM85. The Japanese maker focused on increasing the levels of fun, excitement and competitive so that they would like up to the start line with a clear purpose in mind: winning!

With sharpened looks and even sharper performance, this trio announces yet another successful year at Suzukis and this can’t be passed unnoticed. So you will see an increasing number of previews posted on the site, mostly concerning models of the makers I’ve just mentioned in this short news.

Honda hasn’t yet come up with any news relating its 2009 dirt bikes, but it is supposed to do so very soon. Stay tuned and give us your feedback.

Source: Suzuki
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Suzuki Thailand was keen on developing a scooter that would implement the most advanced technology features and the first result of their perseverance (actually two results) come up in the form of the SD 01 and the SD 02.

Recently presented at the Annual Bangkok International Auto Show, these two machineries have left everyone gauging and the truth is that they had big reasons. In my opinion they are the first ever Japanese scooters that managed to dethrone – in the public’s vision, of course – the Italian style and pure magic is the fact it beaten it with its own weapons.

Being very agile (probably electrically powered), comfortable (adjustable honeycomb styled seat) and aerodynamic, the two SD models also come up with advanced technologies, something that will be later unveiled to us.

LED lighting isn’t something to be often seen on scooters, but who says these two have anything in common with the usual?

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So you’ve watched a little bit of racing, “cried to mommy” and she made the mistake of buying you a super sport Suzuki? By now you probably believe that you are as appropriate as you can be to a Rizla Suzuki racing rider, but take a listen to Chris Vermeulen here and also do a quick search for riding gear if not willing to increase the numbers of deaths occurred while riding on the streets as if you are on a race track.

If any of you guys who just ask “how do you pop up wheelies?” before first riding a motorcycle would take the time and watch such videos, the streets would be a safer place for you and us.

Source: Youtube
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Here’s a lesson that all of us could take: it’s the rider not the bike that makes the difference and you can have a blast on a mid-size motorcycle too. To convince you, here’s a video where a Kawasaki ZX-R ...400 competes against three other bikes but the weird thing is that the 400cc is far from its place in this pile of cubic centimeters and watts.

Before you watch this video I must remind you that the 400cc has a maximum power output around 57HP while the other three at least three times more.

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