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2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF - Track Test Review from BIC

The launch of the Gixxer SF 250 gave Suzuki an opportunity to update the Gixxer...
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Suzuki rules out commuter motorcycles for India - Report

After Yamaha, Suzuki now wants to stay away from commuter motorcycles and...
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2019 Suzuki Gixxer SF (155) vs. 2015 Suzuki Gixxer SF - Old vs. New

Suzuki launched the 2019 Gixxer SF (155) in India at INR 1,09,870* this week....
Tags: India, Autos, Suzuki, Suzuki Gixxer

Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 - Track Test Review from BIC

After Inazuma 250, Suzuki has finally returned to the quarter-litre segment,...
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Suzuki introduces six optional accessories for the Gixxer SF 250 and the new Gixxer SF

Yesterday, Suzuki launched the Gixxer SF 250 and the updated Gixxer SF (155) in...
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Is a New Suzuki Burgman Coming This Year for 2020?

A New Maxi Scooter Sounds Like It’s On Its Way for 2020 Suzuki’s Burgman scooter is a ride that’s well-loved by those who like maxi scooters. That is scooters with higher displacement engines that can be used for everything from getting groceries to touring the countryside. The Burgman is one of the big players in this space, and now it sounds like Suzuki will update it for 2020.  According to MoreBikes, rumors of a new Burgman for 2020 have swirled lightly around. Now, it seems these plans are...
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BUCKET LIST. 1966 Ducati Monza by Vantech

Written by Martin Hodgson | Photography by Jimmy Ban In addition to young motorcyclists and custom builders who’ve found a love for bikes of a different era, part of the success of the retro revival is fuelled by those going back to the bikes of their youth. But never before have we featured a builder who’s been building bikes and winning races since the end of the Second World War. Enter Bill VanTichelt, founder and patriarch of the Vantech family; who together combined to build a bike that w...
Tags: Montana, Nasa, Ted, Motorcycles, Ducati, Italy, Rob, Bob, Bill, Honda, Classic, Harley Davidson, Buchanan, Holly, Nth America, Suzuki

Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 teased ahead of India launch [Video]

Suzuki has released another teaser of the upcoming Gixxer SF 250 ahead of its...
Tags: India, Autos, Suzuki, Suzuki Gixxer

TWIN TERRAIN – BMW R65 ‘Invader’ by 72 Cycles

Written by Martin Hodgson Somewhere in those teenage years most of us, wide-eyed and bushy-tailed, are bundled into a careers advisors office and asked what we want to do with the rest of our lives. Given a whole ten minutes, if you’re lucky, you’re soon agreeing to a job you didn’t even know existed. Now leaving dazed and confused many stumble on this path forever; but not Madrid’s Antonio Schefle. At 40 he packed it all in to follow his dream of building custom bikes. Each a unique expressio...
Tags: Spain, Motorcycles, Bmw, Madrid, Scrambler, Antonio, Suzuki, Martin Hodgson, Tokico, Desert Sled, BMW. R65, Antonio Schefle, Madrid Antonio, Diego Bermudez

Grey Goose: A Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport from San Francisco

One of the wonderful things about customization is that it can breathe new life into otherwise unloved motorcycles. Need proof? Just look at the number of amazing Honda CX500s and Yamaha Viragos on the scene. This Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport is another poster child for realized potential. The original wasn’t the ugliest or slowest bike Moto Guzzi ever made, but despite having 90 horsepower on tap, it was porky and not very exciting. MCN was particularly harsh; “Track days often end in tears,” they ...
Tags: San Francisco, Motorcycles, John, Honda, Exif, Adam, MCN, Suzuki, Grey Goose, Monterey CA, Yoshimura, Moto Guzzi, Guzzi, Custom Motorcycles, Café Racer, Motogadget Ifetayo Ali Takes Boston!

Ifetayo Ali (Julie Ingelfinger) The Boston Musical Intelligencer May 8, 2019 Ifetayo Ali Takes Boston! by Julie Ingelfinger The young cellist Ifetayo Ali enchanted a sold-out Calderwood Hall at the Gardner in her Boston debut this past Sunday, along with able and intuitive pianist, Lorena Tecu.  Regal and poised, Ali is a phenom from Chicago who started Suzuki violin as a toddler under her musician mother’s tutelage, switched to cello at ~age 4, and first concertiz...
Tags: Boston, Religion, US, Chicago, Ali, Bach, Gardner, Suzuki, William J Zick, Ifetayo Ali, Coleridge Taylor Perkinson, Boston Musical Intelligencer, Ifetayo Ali Julie Ingelfinger, Ifetayo Ali Takes Boston, Julie Ingelfinger, Calderwood Hall

Canadiens Prospect Nick Suzuki Starring in OHL Playoffs

GUELPH, Ont. — Nick Suzuki doesn’t say much. He often stays on the periphery, choosing to listen before deciding if the time’s right to make his thoughts known. The Guelph Storm centre and Montreal Canadiens prospect certainly has no such reservations on the ice — especially in what has become a memorable spring in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs. Acquired in January’s blockbuster trade with the Owen Sound Attack, Suzuki leads all of major junior hockey with 35 points in the post-sea...
Tags: London, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Halifax, NICK, Ottawa, Los Angeles Kings, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Philadelphia Flyers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ryan, Terry Wilson, BURNETT

Suzuki Gixxer 250 to be offered through specially designed outlets – Report

Suzuki will introduce a quarter-litre Gixxer model in India on the 20th of this...
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Yuri Suzuki Used AI to Bring a Visionary Electronic Music Machine to Life 

Raymond Scott was a musician, engineer, inventor, and an early pioneer of electronic music, but he's rather unsung compared to his achievements. Most famous for the jazz melodies he wrote for Warner Bros cartoons like Looney Tunes and The Simpsons, he went on to serve as the director of Motown's Electronic Music Research and Development during the 1970s. Throughout Scott's career, he secretly worked on the near-mythic Electronium, what he conceived as a machine that could intelligently and insta...
Tags: Google, Design, London, Warner Bros, Object Culture, Scott, Bach, Raymond Scott, Suzuki, Mark Mothersbaugh, Barbican Center, Yuri Suzuki, Visionary Electronic Music Machine to Life, Motown s Electronic Music Research and Development, Manhattan Research, Electronium

A Marshal Was Caught Stealing A Part From A MotoGP Bike

A light-fingered marshal took an opportunity to grab himself a piece of MotoGP memorabilia, only for the Suzuki's onboard camera to catch him in the act
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Jerez MotoGP runner-up Rins amused by marshal taking part from bike

Alex Rins says he was amused by the footage of a marshal at Jerez taking a minor component from his Suzuki MotoGP bike at the end of the Spanish Grand Prix
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2019 NHL Draft: 10 Fallers from Top 350 for May

Top 350 for May Top 300 for April Top 300 for March Top 217 for February Top 217 for January Top 186 for December Top 186 for November Top 124 for October Top 124 Preseason Rankings May proved to be a busy month for movement in my rankings, with plenty of risers and fallers coming out of the world under-18 tournament and based on playoff performances to date. There isn’t a whole lot of hockey left to be played between now and my final rankings in early June, so ...
Tags: London, Russia, Sport, Canada, Ncaa, Hockey, NHL, Nolan, NICK, Montreal Canadiens, University Of Wisconsin, Albert, Ryan, Cal, Terry Wilson, Kelowna

Sapporo beats Vissel Kobe 2-1 in J-League

SAPPORO, Japan (AP) — Ryosuke Shindo and Musashi Suzuki scored second-half goals on Saturday as Consadole Sapporo beat Vissel Kobe 2-1 in the J-League. David Villa scored from the penalty spot midway through the second half but the visitors couldn’t hold the lead. Shindo scored on an overhead kick in the 68th and Suzuki struck […]
Tags: News, Sports, David Villa, Vissel Kobe, Sapporo, Suzuki, Japan AP, Consadole Sapporo, Shindo, Ryosuke Shindo, Musashi Suzuki

An Inside Look at Monster Energy AMA Supercross

Over the past decade, Monster Energy AMA Supercross has seen a welcome rise in attendance and popularity. The ever-evolving series has changed quite a bit from the days of Jeremy McGrath and Ricky Carmichael to an increasingly data-driven sport with exclusive factory team trainers producing elite athletes. Much like their four-wheel motorsport brethren, factory riders train full-time on and off the track, giving them a distinct advantage over privateers while narrowing the competitive gap to fra...
Tags: Events, Bikes, West, Racing, New Jersey, San Diego, Autos, Carmichael, Las Vegas, Honda, Denver, Motorsport, Husqvarna, Moto, Ray, Yamaha

Letter From The UK: More Fun Than It Should Be

The Suzuki Jimny is one of those vehicles: it’s not glamorous but it sure is gorgeous.  Geoff Maxted of DriveWrite Automotive Magazine goes in for some hard-hat motoring. Unfortunately, the Suzuki Jimny is not available in the United States which makes us sad. A few weeks ago I made mention of the Ford Focus Active, a very good car that as of right now, America will not get. In the meantime I have been driving the Suzuki Jimny, a small G-Wagen style off-road hero that is taking much of the res...
Tags: Usa, UK, America, United States, Magazine, United Kingdom, Autos, Times, Suzuki, LJ, Sam Elliott, Wagen, Suzuki Jimny, Jimny, Geoff Maxted, Letter From the U.K

Ichiro Suzuki is back with the Mariners ... as a coach

Ichiro Suzuki's playing days might be over, but his tenure with the Seattle Mariners isn't. The team announced Tuesday that Suzuki will join the club as an instructor. The 45-year-old Suzuki will help players with “outfield play, base-running and, in conjunction with hitting coaches, hitting,” according to a team release.
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Suzuki’s Counterbalanced Single-Cylinder Engine Patent Looks a Lot Like a Ducati Design

Taking a Supermono Approach Single-cylinder engines have a reputation for being buzzy and full of vibration. Many of them are. One way to smooth out that vibration is to add a counterbalancer. That’s exactly what Ducati did with its supermono engine a while back. According to Cycle World, Suzuki recently patented a similar design.  The idea behind the counterbalancer is to smooth out the engine’s operation and to allow it to rev-higher and produce more power. The engine has one cylinder with a ...
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World U-18 Championship Recap

The World U-18 Championships have concluded, with Sweden triumphing over Russia to claim the gold medal. Annual contenders USA and Canada faced off in the bronze medal game, with both squads on the losing end of close hard-fought semifinal matchups. USA prevailed 5-2 over the Canadians to extend their medal streak to 15 consecutive tournaments. (Robert Murray/WHL) Peyton Krebs captained Team Canada at this year’s U-18 Championships In a rare year where Team USA sputtered out before t...
Tags: Usa, Sweden, Russia, Sport, Canada, Switzerland, Finland, Slovakia, Hockey, NHL, Ontario, Steve Mitchell, Team USA, OHL, Flint Firebirds, Team Canada


Riding motorcycles makes me grin from ear to ear. I’m sitting here recovering from a motorcycle accident I had a few days ago. After a few broken bones and a few days in hospital, a lot of people have asked if I will ride a motorcycle again. “Of course,” I reply, without even thinking about it. Because riding motorbikes make me happy. And the size of the bike doesn’t matter either. Today’s bike is a little bit different to what we usually feature, but I know one thing: this little Suzuki FR50 ...
Tags: Motorcycles, Auckland, Mike, Suzuki, Auckland NZ, Moped, Max Betteridge, Mike Dodd, FR50

Suzuki cuts full-year profit forecast on vehicle recall

Suzuki Motor Corp on Friday cut its forecast for full-year operating profit by 7.4 percent as the Japanese compact car manufacturer expects to take a hit from a domestic vehicle recall stemming from improper vehicle inspections.
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Mysterious Suzuki adventure tourer spied in Europe

Two test mules of a mysterious Suzuki adventure tourer motorcycles have been...
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Global all-new Suzuki Carry with K15B-C engine breaks cover at IIMS 2019

Suzuki today introduced the global all-new Carry at IIMS 2019. Indonesia is the...
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Suzuki's Rins a contender for MotoGP title after Austin win - Rossi

Yamaha's Valentino Rossi believes MotoGP's newest race winner Alex Rins is a threat for the title this year after the Suzuki rider's breakthrough success at Austin
Tags: Sport, Austin, MotoGP, Valentino Rossi, Yamaha, ROSSI, Suzuki, Autosport, Alex Rins

2019 Suzuki GSX-S750 launched in India at INR 7.47 lakh

Suzuki has launched the 2019 GSX-S750 in India. Priced at INR 7,46,513...
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Suzuki MotoGP rider Mir angered by Austin pace after ride-through

Suzuki MotoGP rookie Joan Mir says the speed he showed after a jump-start penalty at Austin left him feeling angry that he missed out on a strong finish
Tags: Sport, Austin, MotoGP, Joan Mir, Mir, Suzuki, Autosport