Suzuki To Attend Belfast Motorcycle Show

/ February 3, 2014

stillsalmeria034__q9a42D1xVr29FOv-1G.S. Motorcycles will be flying the Suzuki flag at this year’s Adelaide Blackhorse Motorcycle Festival on 7-9 February, at Belfast’s Kings Hall Complex.

The Ballymena and Hillsborough based dealer will be showcasing Suzuki’s extensive 2014 model line-up including the the brand new, previously unseen in Northern Ireland, V-Strom 1000, Suzuki’s most advanced adventure model yet which is set to be available in dealers this month.

Other models on show include the V-Strom 650 ABS and the GSX1250FA, both displaying the luggage packs available, as well as the Intruder C1500T, VanVan and SFV650. Race fans will also be treated with a limited edition Yoshimura GSX-R750 alongside William Dunlop’s Tyco Suzuki GSX-R1000 road-race machine.

John Green from G.S. Motorcycles commented ahead of the event “We are delighted to represent Suzuki at Northern Ireland’s premier bike show once again.

“We have a great selection of bikes on display from the 2014 range as well as a Yoshimura limited edition, a Tyco Suzuki GSX-R1000 and the brand new V-Strom 1000.

“William Dunlop will also be visiting the stand at some point over the weekend to meet fans and talk all things road racing, and we’re looking forward to welcoming Suzuki’s Irish fans to our stand.”

Information will be available on Suzuki’s latest promotion. Valid from 1 January customers can choose from either £500 towards a deposit, £600 to spend on Genuine Suzuki Accessories, or up to £700 towards the cost of insurance when insured through Suzuki Insurance Services. Suzuki and G.S. Motorcycles can be found on stand 10 over the show weekend.

The Adelaide Blackhorse Motorcycle Festival takes place on Friday 7 until Sunday 9 February, with doors opening at 2pm and closing at 10pm on Friday and 10am until 5pm at the weekend. Tickets can be purchased in advance or on the door at £12.00/€12.00 for an adult day ticket, OAPs £6/€6 and children under 14 go free. For more information, click here.