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GSX-R1000R Launch Gallery

February 16, 2017

The new GSX-R1000R was launched at the world-famous Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit earlier this month, with the assembled members of the motorcycling press effusive in their praise. Take a… Read more.


GSX-S750 launch gallery

January 24, 2017

The new GSX-S750 was launched to Europe’s motorcycling press in Spain earlier this month, and despite some rain and damp days, the praise for the GSX-R750-powered supersport roadster came flooding… Read more.


Building A 1000BHP Hayabusa

October 12, 2016

It’s the most powerful petrol-powered bike in the world and it’s a Suzuki. And it’s been built in Britain. So we checked out Big CC Racing’s ultimate turbocharged Hayabusa If… Read more.


Going The Distance

September 19, 2016

This is Jean-Paul Boisgontier, affectionately known in the SERT garage as ‘Big John’, and he is the main man responsible for preparing the team’s engines, and ensuring that the GSX-R1000… Read more.


The Story Of The SV650

September 9, 2016

The SV650 was first introduced in 1999 as an affordable-but-fun middleweight, available either naked or half-faired. No one, not even Suzuki, could have imagined the cult appeal the bike would… Read more.


Learning The TT

April 15, 2016

Richard ‘Milky’ Quayle has unrivalled circuit knowledge when it comes to the TT course. A Manxman through and through, he grew up riding bikes on the Isle of Man, racing… Read more.


Go Far. Go High. Go Home

December 17, 2015

Andy Torbet is no stranger to adventure, making a living from climbing high mountains and diving into the deepest oceans. The BBC also often call on Andy’s services to present… Read more.


Good To Be Back

November 23, 2015

2015 was Suzuki’s first season back in MotoGP, and it went well, with several strong performances and excellent races, including a 1-2 in qualifying for the Catalan Grand Prix. Both… Read more.



October 21, 2015

This RM370 was a cutting edge motocrosser in its day, a purpose built racing machine. However, its day was nearly 40 years ago, and after that heyday it became forgotten about, and… Read more.


Riding the Gap of Dunloe

September 8, 2015

The motorcycle adventures that take weeks, months even, across Europe or even further afield, such as Africa or Asia, are great. They can be great fun and result in great… Read more.


Building The ‘Fat Mile’

August 18, 2015

The Bandit 1250-based ‘FatMile’ was designed using what the Japanese call Senpai-Kohei, where a young designer with new and fresh ideas is brought together to work with an experienced designer… Read more.


Making The Switch

August 17, 2015

Graeme Irwin is in his third season with the Heads & All Threads Suzuki team, and is currently sitting second in the MX Nationals championship after winning both races and… Read more.


The East India Express

July 21, 2015

Big adventures require big adventure bikes. It’s just a prerequisite for a cross continent trip. Right? Well not for Sushanth Shetty, who wanted to ride from his London home to… Read more.


25 Years In Testing

April 10, 2015

Jean-Claude Richet has been a Suzuki test rider since 1989, and has tested everything from GSX-Rs to RGVs, V-Stroms, and now the new GSX-S1000. On the launch we spoke to… Read more.


Iddon Eyeing Superbike Success

February 18, 2015

Christian Iddon’s racing career is probably far more decorated than you initially realise, and in 2015 he will ride for the new Halsall Suzuki team aboard a GSX-R1000 prepared with… Read more.


Riding To The Top Of The World

December 15, 2014

Riding to Nordkapp in Norway isn’t the most fashionable destination for adventure riders at the moment, with countless more heading off into Africa or Asia. But Gordon Stuart’s ride to… Read more.


Learning On The Job

December 4, 2014

2014 was a challenging year for Alex Lowes. Fresh from his British Superbike success, the 24-year-old’s rookie season in the world championship came with its own challenges, learning curves, and its fair… Read more.


Banks-Browne Talks Suzuki Return

November 27, 2014

After a difficult first year in the British MX1 Championship, twice MX2 champion Elliot Banks-Browne has made the switch to yellow machinery for 2015, signing with Rob Hooper’s Geartec Suzuki… Read more.


RdP Talks Testing And 2015

November 26, 2014

World Superbike new-boy Randy de Puniet stopped by the Suzuki stand at Motorcycle Live to see the MotoGP bike he has been developing, as well as meet and greet fans… Read more.


How To Ride To Intermot

October 9, 2014

Intermot is arguably the biggest Motorcycle Show in the world. In 2014 it was where Suzuki announced its return to MotoGP, and pulled the wraps off seven new models and updates… Read more.


2015 RM-Z450 First Ride

September 15, 2014

Following the bike’s launch at the Valkenswaard Grand Prix circuit, Heads & All Threads Suzuki’s Graeme Irwin couldn’t wait to jump on the new RM-Z450 machine and put it through… Read more.


A Stroke Of Genius

September 15, 2014

Forty years ago, Suzuki changed the face of 500cc GP racing with the release of the two-stroke square four XR14. This, and subsequently the legendary customer RG500 went on to… Read more.


Project GSX-R1100 Strips Down

July 30, 2014

After getting hold of Project GSX-R1100, a bike that had stood outside in a garden for 10 years, it was quickly photographed in its wild state before being ferried to Doncaster… Read more.


Racing The TT With TTC

June 4, 2014

Racing for Keith Flint’s Team Traction Control in the British Supersport Evo championship, Steve Mercer is also tackling the Isle of Man TT for the sixth time. We caught up with… Read more.


SR75-Molson Suzuki Go Stateside

April 29, 2014

After a strong showing at this year’s Garmin Arenacross, where team rider Cyrille Coulon battled for the championship on his RM-Z450, the SR75-Molson team is headed stateside, for a crack… Read more.