Suzuki

The Suzuki Katana is back for 2019!

Posted: Tuesday 02 October 2018 at 11:39 AM / Suzuki

The covers were pulled off this morning in Cologne. It’s official, the Suzuki Katana is back. On the face of it, Katana will have everything you need in a motorcycle, a K5 GSX-R 1000 derived motor that produces 150bhp and 108Nm of Torque. Fully adjustable suspension, ABS equipped Brembo brakes and traction control. Yes, pretty […]

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Special Suzuki GSX-R1000R on the way?

Posted: Sunday 09 September 2018 at 10:11 AM / Suzuki

Special versions of our favourite superbikes are all the rage at the moment. BMW’s HP4 RACE, Yamaha’s R1M, Kawasaki’s ZX10RR, Honda’s Fireblade SP2 and Ducati’s various Superleggeras… so it’s only right that Suzuki should make a jizztastic Gixxer Thou as well, right? Well it might just be happening. Suzuki Italy teased a photo of a […]

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New Suzuki Katana on the way?

Posted: Thursday 06 September 2018 at 05:50 AM / Suzuki

Ahead of Intermot (October 3rd-5th), Suzuki just posted a video on their social media channels which may hint at a new GSX-R1000 based Katana appearing soon. No shots of the bike in the video, sadly, but exciting none-the-less. We’ll be following Intermot with interest and bringing you updates ASAFP. Watch the video below…

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Suzuki GSX-R 1000, 2017 model review and prices.

Posted: Saturday 11 February 2017 at 14:15 PM / Suzuki

  A new Suzuki GSX-R1000 with 202hp? 2017 is winning already. 16 years after the first GSX-R1000 rocked our world, Suzuki once again has a GSX-R1000 ready to challenge for top superbike honours. We took to the fast turns of Phillip Island to see if the new bike could live up to the legacy of […]

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GPR Thunder Slash dual silencer fit on 2015 Suzuki GSX-S1000 S

Posted: Friday 04 March 2016 at 23:08 PM / Suzuki

  We’re fans of GPR pipes here at SB – they make a good-looking exhaust at a decent price, with a wide range of styling options and noise levels, plus they generally do okay on power as well. So we gave the firm’s Thunder Slash end can a runout on our long term Suzuki GSX-S1000 S, and […]

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SW Motech Blaze Pannier fit on GSX-S1000 F

Posted: Monday 04 January 2016 at 10:45 AM / Suzuki

Suzuki is very keen to stress that the new GSX-S1000 is very much a sporty naked bike. It’s nothing at all like a certain, SX-y,  Z-list bike from Competitor ‘K’, the nice PR man tells me, on a regular basis. Oh no. Nope. This is all well and good – it’s their bike after all. […]

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Suzuki GSX-S1000 F Dynojet Power Commander fit – results.

Posted: Sunday 29 November 2015 at 16:57 PM / Suzuki

  So I’ve spent the last few weeks riding round on the GSX-S1000 after it had the Dynojet Power Commander fitted. And what a difference… Dynojet UK boss Frank Wrathall got the bike collected, took it up to Cumbria and fitted the PC, before mapping it with the Remus pipe in place. As I said […]

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Suzuki GSX-S1000 Fuelling Graphs

Posted: Tuesday 27 October 2015 at 21:29 PM / Suzuki

Emissions Scandal!   No, we’re not talking about VW cars belching out masses of nitrous oxides. Rather, the effect of Euro emissions regs on our long term GSX-S1000 F. We’ve been speaking to the good guys at Dynojet UK, about getting a Power Commander fitted to our bike. They’ve been working hard at developing a […]

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Icon New Jack – Modern classic sports bike porn.

Posted: Wednesday 25 March 2015 at 11:40 AM / Suzuki

The rise and rise of café racer culture is one that we’re all aware of at the minute. It feels like on every corner in every major city in the world, grown men are pulling a rabbit shaped beard and an SR500 out of a hat and instantly finding themselves way cooler than they were […]

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Wild Horses – Hayabusa v ZX-10R v Hypermotard v Tuono V4R v Rocket III – Part 3/3

Posted: Friday 10 October 2014 at 08:00 AM / Suzuki

Some bikes have an ability to turn the purest soul into a tyre shredding, smoke spewing maniac. Every bike here should have the machine equivalent of an ASBO, that’s why we love ‘em.

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