Young Machine magazine released September 2015 issue with two concept (or is it scoop?) of interesting Suzuki GSX-R250 and GSX-R1000R. The design can be a full turnaround of the usual Suzuki single headlight design. One bikes that comes to my mind is the Honda RCV-213S that have almost the same headlight. Yet, it is fresh to see a design like this from Suzuki. Continue reading “2015 Suzuki GSX-R250 and GSX-R1000R Concept by Young Machine”
Suzuki pulled the wraps off its new GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F models at the opening of this year’s International Motorcycle Show in Cologne, Germany, as the Japanese manufacturer unveiled several new models and updates that will form part of its 2015 model range.
The product concept behind Suzuki’s new super-naked was to provide the spirit of GSX-R in a naked streetbike chassis. Designed for nimble and agile handling, the GSX-S1000 features an all-new frame and utilises engine design and characteristics from the iconic GSX-R1000 K5, famed for its low-down torque and mid-range power.
If you were thinking why there is so much update about WSBK in the blog, it is because we want to prepare you for the WSBK that is coming on 8th June 2014 in Sepang, Malaysia. This time it is Voltcom Crescent Suzuki Team unveiling their new livery of the GSX-R1000 piloted by Eugene Laverty bearing the racing number 58 and Alex Lowes with the number 22. WSBK could be the one race that we can see Suzuki in racing that we have missed so much after their withdrawal in 2011 in MotoGP. What is great about WSBK is that, the bikes they used in the race series is the production bike that is heavily modified to fit the FIM regulation. This can raise the brand awareness and the bikes’ aura since the bike is readily available on the market.