Either the owner of this Suzuki DR is willing to take his enduro bike across the continent or only to the cesspit and back as he has fitted the bike with probably the world’s larges panniers, so there’s got to be a great purpose for someone to ruin his bike like that.
Still, we have all the reasons to believe the guy actually uses that stuff to carry his luggage as the panniers can be locked…why would anyone lock the garbage? Also, he has a fuel canister on the side, so this is definitely a homemade long distance motorcycle. Love it or not, it gets the job done.
Suzuki are backing up their “Way of Life” motto with a funny video showing regular people with a passion for Suzuki motorcycles working in an office and acting like they’re actually riding their bikes.
I wonder if companies willing to improve work efficiency would consider hiring bikers to do the job in their unique style.
Leaving the parts of your Suzuki GSX-R spread around the garage turns out being an inspired choice as the magic attraction between these get the bike together in less than five minutes.
Actually, this video was done with the use of stop-action photography in order to show the most important steps of the assembly process without showing the actual people that got the job done. I wonder if that’s also the way things get done back in Japan.
This Suzuki Burgman 125 scooter is clearly having a bad day as the owner left it parked on the sidewalk and then workers came to pour concrete all over the place. It seems that the thing is now an integrated part of the Via del Porto Fluviale in Rome.
Hmm, last time I checked, Japanese scooters weren’t an ingredient of Roman concrete.
Master of backflips Travis Pastrana together with Ken Block and the guys at DC shoes have come up with a unique customization idea for the FMX Suzuki bike ridden by Travis. They thought at getting rid of the tires (they were too comfortable anyway) and slip the bike into something more stylish, like these pares of shoes. Said and done! The bike is featured in a DC ad and on an episode of MTV’s Nitro Circus, where you can see Travis doing a backflip and finally tearing the rear wheel apart in one of the sickest burnouts we’ve seen in a long time. See it all for yourself in the video attached after the jump.
The patient of the motorcycling dentist apparently wanted to combine pain with pleasure (which are close, but not that much) and things didn’t turned out in his favor. His stumble had the nurse and dentist take out the heavy artillery – a Suzuki GSX-R1000 – and the result is as satisfying as it is traumatic.
The question in the title comes a little late as this Suzuki dirt rider is already in the process of separating himself from the bike in order to avoid becoming one with it when this hits the ground. You see, wheel travel means nothing when your mechanic forgets to tighten up the nuts. And so, another rightful question emerges: who’s getting away alive after this, the rider or the mechanic?
I don’t understand a few things about this character and I don’t plan on trying to, but simply enumerate them”
First, I don’t understand why this guy would ride without a shirt, nor a helmet.
Secondly, I don’t understand why he even fights back as he is guilty as charge.
Thirdly, why would you go to court dressed like that and have the attitude that he has?
And finally, if you care that much about your bike, why trash it?
I know I said I won’t look for answers, but they simply pop up. So it’s either idiocy or the quest for audience, but most likely both.
P.S. I still can’t stop laughing.
We’ve recently “admired” every girl’s idea of a BMW R 1200 GS and it included a lot of pink. Well guess what? Things don’t change a bit in the case of this Suzuki GSX-R K4. Even more, we know that this is no photoshop modified picture as it shows the bike in action on the track as ridden probably by a Barbie girl.
No reasons to get upset guys! Everybody does whatever they want with their bikes.
If you were thinking about the bike drinking gas, I say think again! This baby is so drunk that it won’t go anywhere soon. The bottles even got under its skin, respective tires.
So after seeing this picture what should we expect for? A bike going "Hi, my name is Suzy and I didn’t even touch a bottle ever since my last experience in February 2008."
Everything is possible!
Have you ever prepared a kiss for so long? Or have you even tried to kiss so many ladies in one day? The guy in this video clearly did both and although the girls seem to like him and he’s no stranger to the handlebars, things don’t always go perfect. Check it out!