Suzuki is another member of the Big Four from Japan. It began manufacturing motorcycles in 1952 and has become well known around the world. Its off-road bikes and roadracers have won world titles, and its street machines range from the cruiser Boulevard series to the legendary GSX-R series of sportbikes. It, along with Honda, is unique in that the company also builds automobiles.
Dissecting Suzuki’s loveable V-Twin funster.
The magic is back!
Suzuki’s GSX-R1000 may be long in the tooth, but it’s still a solid performer.
The Honda NSR250R and Suzuki RGV250 changed the sportbike landscape all over the world – except in the USA where they sadly weren’t available
We hereby present what I’m pretty sure is the rarest of them all: the race-homologation 1989 GSX-R750RR.
To celebrate the imminent return of Suzuki’s beloved SV650 we bring you this 2006 shootout pitting the SV650 against its Kawasaki Ninja 650R nemesis
The Adventure-Touring segment faces new challengers from Ducati, Honda and Triumph
As the GSX-R750 marks its 30th anniversary, we compare the original model to its modern descendant.
When E-i-C Kevin Duke sent out an email asking the MO staff for a list of good bikes that had been long-neglected by both its manufacturer
There’s no replacement for displacement. Or is there?
The kawasaki Z800 and Suzuki GSX-S750 were created with the commuter/weekend warrior in mind.
The most powerful, hardest-accelerating, cleanest-running GSX-R ever built
The 645cc liquid-cooled V-Twin has been updated with more than 60 new parts, boasting more low-to-mid range horsepower and torque
The Kawasaki Z1000 faces a new competitor in the naked standard 1000cc Inline-Four segment with the Suzuki GSX-S1000.