The friends at SuperBike Magazine have made a reflective comparison between the most addictive middleweight superbike motorcycles, the Ducati 848, the Honda CBR600RR, the Suzuki GSX-R 600 and the Triumph Daytona 675. What results is a lot of fun and a competitive track incursion.
Stamford Superbike in the United Kingdom inspired of Chris Vermeulen’s Suzuki which he rode at the 2007 Australian MotoGP as a tribute to Barry Sheene and created a limited edition GSX-R1000 which has all the chances to be named the best looking GSX-R1000 of all times, or AT LEAST the one featuring the most beautiful paintjob.
If we already caught your attention and your eyes are now stuck on the pictures you should know that the company in the UK will sell the one of only six (...) > Full story
To the team of Suzuki engineers responsible for the GSX-R1000, Own The Racetrack is not just a slogan, it is a way of life. A life dedicated to making the most successful open-class motorcycle in the history of production-based racing even better. By applying the latest technology and the most recent hard-fought racing experience. And keeping the GSX-R1000 well ahead of the would-be competition.
A revised, compact combination of chassis and engine, fitted with advanced electronics, effective suspension and radial-mount brakes to not only make more power and accelerate harder but also to handle better, with the goal being a quicker lap time around a racetrack. Ignore the lights and mirrors and the fact that this is also the cleanest running four-cylinder 600cc motorcycle that Suzuki has ever built, and it is easy to imagine the GSX-R600 rolling directly out of a race shop.
The answer to the question can be found by looking at the pictures with this police special Suzuki GSX-R 750, a project that could easily become reality as the crowded streets are in more need of a quick response in a hazard situation.
Having its fairing removed, modified fuel tank, front and rear end together with the small final muffler, this motorcycle was transformed into a street fighter with a unique feature: it really is prepared to fight against everything that contradicts the (...) > Full story
Yoshimura Suzuki team has put an end to their wet test at Dunlop Tires Huntsville, Ala., and finally expressed the formed impressions.
Dunlop’s figure-eight track is equipped with an extensive sprinkler system intended to simulate wet weather conditions and that is exactly what it did yesterday. It provided to the defending AMA Superbike Championship Ben Spies, six-time AMA Superbike Champion Mat Mladin and two-time AMA Supersports Champion Tommy Hayden a full day of test running (...) > Full story