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2010 Modified Suzuki Grand Vitara – Denver Cars Examiner.com

Rubric: Suzuki | 10 May 2015 | Comments Off on 2010 Modified Suzuki Grand Vitara – Denver Cars Examiner.com
2010 Modified Suzuki Grand Vitara – Denver Cars Examiner.com

Related Photo: Roman Mica and I tore through a Colorado OHV trail in two, slightly different 2010 Suzuki Grand Vitaras. We had a hell of a good time putting together a video which shows how different a slightly modified model can be from the stock one. Suzuki built a stout little 4X4 that scrambled through the OHV trail with the tenacity of an angry terrier. ARB added a beefy bumper that adds several inches to the approach angle (the stock bumper is very low) and a skid-plate a REAL skid-plate that has already taken on tons of damage while protecting the ‘Zuki. BFGoodrich off-road tires and Old Man Emu (OME) suspension added a few inches of height while dramatically adding to the Grand ...

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RideonBoard.net – Onboard videos onlyOnboard the Suzuki GSX1100…

Rubric: Suzuki | 9 May 2015 | Comments Off on RideonBoard.net – Onboard videos onlyOnboard the Suzuki GSX1100…
RideonBoard.net – Onboard videos onlyOnboard the Suzuki GSX1100…

Onboard the Suzuki GSX1100 – Conor Cummins – Isle of Man Classic TT Conor Cummins – Suzuki GSX1100 Conor Cummins – Suzuki GSX1100  About the Suzuki GSX series: The  GSX Series  is Suzuki’s range of sport touring motorcycles  powered by four-valve per cylinder four-stroke engines. The first GSX models were introduced in 1980 and the new GSX machines upgrading much of Suzuki’s four-stroke road bike range: the GS Series. Suzuki road motorcycles with four-valve per cylinder power were given the ‘GSX’ designation to differentiate the new machines from the two-valve Suzuki’s, apart from in North America where Suzuki four-valve and two-valve four-stroke road bikes were ...

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Riders visit Suzuki factory ahead of Sepang test News Motorsport.com

Rubric: Suzuki | 7 May 2015 | Comments Off on Riders visit Suzuki factory ahead of Sepang test News Motorsport.com
Riders visit Suzuki factory ahead of Sepang test News Motorsport.com

Riders visit Suzuki factory ahead of Sepang test Capirossi and Bautista visit Suzuki factory ahead of Sepang test Rizla Suzuki MotoGP riders Loris Capirossi and Alvaro Bautista visited the Suzuki Factory at Hamamatsu in Japan earlier this week, en-route to the second test of the year at. Added: 26/02/2010 05:32 This page has been viewed: 0 times Capirossi and Bautista visit Suzuki factory ahead of Sepang test Rizla Suzuki MotoGP riders Loris Capirossi and Alvaro Bautista visited the Suzuki Factory at Hamamatsu in Japan earlier this week, en-route to the second test of the year at Sepang in Malaysia. Capirossi and Bautista were joined on the trip to Suzuki’s headquarters by Team Manager ...

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The Origin of Suzuki Motorcycles – Ultimate MotorCycling

Rubric: Suzuki | 6 May 2015 | Comments Off on The Origin of Suzuki Motorcycles – Ultimate MotorCycling
The Origin of Suzuki Motorcycles – Ultimate MotorCycling

The Origin of Suzuki Motorcycles Suzuki Motorcycle History Michio Suzuki founded Suzuki Loom Works in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan back in 1909. In 1920 the company was reorganized, incorporated, and was properly capitalized with ¥500,000 as Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Co. Michio Suzuki assumed the role of president. The company expanded and in 1940 the Takatsuka Plant was built in Kami-mura, Hamana-gun, Shizuoka, Japan. In 1945 severe WWII damage forced Suzuki to close plants and move offices to the Takatsuka Plant site. Recovering from the war effort and looking for a prosperous future, Suzuki moved the head office in 1947 to the present address and in 1949 got listed on the Tokyo, ...

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Best Motorcycle: ‘CHAI RACERS’ IN MUMBAI

Rubric: Suzuki | 4 May 2015 | Comments Off on Best Motorcycle: ‘CHAI RACERS’ IN MUMBAI
Best Motorcycle: ‘CHAI RACERS’ IN MUMBAI

‘CHAI RACERS’ IN MUMBAI Photographer Thierry Vincent ( below ) spent the past two years in India, documenting the changing motorcycle culture in Mumbai ; his show ‘Mumbaikers’ is currently on view at Tendance Roadster in Paris, a Royal Enfield dealer (what else!) in the Levallois district. Vincent’s photographs offer a glimpse of an emerging world, one which we take for granted in the ‘developed’ countries – motorcycling as a leisure/lifestyle activity, and not a basic and cheap mode of transportation. As India explodes into a capitalist powerhouse, a vast middle class has emerged, who have money to spare on our favorite pastime. Okay, maybe second ...

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RealClassic.co.uk: Classic Bike Profile – Ariel Arrow

Rubric: Suzuki | 3 May 2015 | Comments Off on RealClassic.co.uk: Classic Bike Profile – Ariel Arrow
RealClassic.co.uk: Classic Bike Profile – Ariel Arrow

Ariel’s Arrow was certainly an oddity, and it is most definitely an old British bike. But is it a genuine classic motorcycle? Paul Friday doesn’t really care, because his Arrow was certainly the worst bike he’s ever owned. It wasn’t all the bike’s fault. I was the previous owner from Hell. I was young and free of common sense and I wanted a bike. A mate at college had a rare example of solid British pluck in his shed, that he could let me have for more than I could afford but less than I feared. It was an Arial Arrow — a full learner-legal 250 twin of throbbing power and glorious speed. I went and saw the huge beast in his dad’s garage, and a deal ...

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Suzuki Motor Company

Rubric: Suzuki | 24 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Suzuki Motor Company
Suzuki Motor Company

Suzuki Motor Company John H Glimmerveen Licensed to About.com From loom manufacturing in the early 1900s, to major auto and motorcycle manufacturing in the 2000s is a big jump, but Suzuki did it. When Michio Suzuki founded the Suzuki Loom Works in 1909, in Hamamatsu, Japan, few people of the time had seen a motorcycle. And it would be another 43 years before the company produced its first motorcycle. For the motorcycle enthusiast, 1952 was the important year for Suzuki, or rather “Colleda” as the early motorcycles were called. The 36-cc 2-stroke was basically a bicycle with an engine—similar in design to the early American and European machines. By 1960 the relatively small Japanese ...

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Review: 2007 Suzuki SX4 The Truth About Cars

Rubric: Suzuki | 21 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Review: 2007 Suzuki SX4 The Truth About Cars
Review: 2007 Suzuki SX4 The Truth About Cars

Review: 2007 Suzuki SX4 What the Hell’s a Suzuki’s SX4? I know it’s my job to know about these things, but I swear the test car greeting me upon my return from Old Blighty was the first one I’ve ever seen. If first impressions last, this tall, decidedly Japanese runabout says Subaru Forrester meets Scion xA on the suburban side of town. (In keeping with the parlance of our times, Suzuki shuns the “w” word and calls the SX4 a crossover.) A quick walk around revealed four big wheels, four big disc brakes, a Prius style double A-pillar and an AWD badge. Hmmm…? Could this sub-radar Suzuki be a sleeper? Every other passenger vehicle in Suzuki’s domestic lineup dorkidly screams nerd; ...

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Matic holic

Rubric: Suzuki | 15 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Matic holic
Matic holic

Jumat, 31 Oktober 2008 Honda Motorcycles – A Five Decade Journey By Staff Writer Honda has grown to become a top manufacturer of motorcycles. Its history can be considered a journey through five decades of forward thinking and technological innovations. Soichiro Honda’s success parallels the classic rags-to-riches fable – the lone individual starting in a humble setting, battling odds and succeeding, through talent, ingenuity, and good fortune. In a nation noted for reserve, Mr. Honda was and is often direct, frequently exuberant, sometimes hilarious, and always confident. He preferred getting his hands greasy in the shop over shuffling papers in the office. He chose learning ...

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A History of Ducati The Bike Insurer

Rubric: Suzuki | 15 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on A History of Ducati The Bike Insurer
A History of Ducati The Bike Insurer

Share this In 1926 the Ducati family founded the Società Radio Brevetti Ducati in Bologna with additional investors. Their aim was to produce industrial components for the emerging radio industry. In 1944 the Ducati factory was destroyed in a World War ll aerial bombing raid, but the Ducati brothers continued to design new products and in 1946 they produced the “Cucciolo” (puppy), a small auxiliary engine for bicycles, which was destined to become famous throughout the world. In 1985 Ducati was purchased by Claudio and Gianfranco Castiglioni, and became part of the Cagiva Group. Ducati was now in the hands of two motorcycle enthusiasts who invested in product development and brought ...

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