Tag Archives: suzuki

Suzuki RM400c

suzuki rm400c

Suzuki RM 400c ,manufactured in 1978 as a motorcross bike. The machine is powered by an air cooled single cylinder engine which produces around 40bhp. The machine has been modified to race on tarmac hill climb sprints and can often be seen competing at Shelsley Walsh and Prescott hill climb.

Suzuki GSF Bandit 1200cc 1997

suzuki gsf bandit

1997 Suzuki GSF 1200 Bandit MK1 currently at 16000 miles. Started life as an S version (faired) and then slowly converted to a Streetfighter. In this process included changing original headlamp to twin Bates headlamps, indicators replaced with trick carbon, customised seat, rear tail guard removed,stainless oil cooler guard, Renthal MX bars to replace original, […]

Suzuki GS1000 Race Bike

suzuki gs1000

1979 classic Suzuki GS1000 race bike, built and raced by the owner.

Suzuki GT500A 1977 to Appear at Bromyard Speed Festival

suzuki gt500

Suzuki GT500A 1977 at Bromyard Speed Festival 3rd April In the 1970’s, 2-strokes dominated the middleweight sports bike market and this is one of the first generation. This Suzuki GT500A from 1977 was the final development of the Suzuki T500 series stretching back to the 1960’s.  Suzuki updated it in 1976 with a new disc […]

Suzuki RGB 500 Appearing At Bromyard Speed Festival

suzuki rgb 500

Suzuki RGB 500 Grand Prix Machine Appearing At Bromyard Speed Festival Year of manufacture 1984. Power 124 bhp at back wheel top speed 180mph + dry weight 114kg. This machine is number 22 out of a batch of 29 bikes built in that year. The MK9 was the last variant of the RGB customer machine […]

Motorcycles Appearing at Bromyard Speed Festival

bsa superocket 1961

BSA Superocket 1961 “1961 BSA 650cc Superocket, fully restored, better then when it left the factory. I am a 80 year old retired motor cycle dealer from Worcester, and I ride the bike regularly to shows and rallies.” Suzuki TL1000SV 1997 Suzuki TL1000SV, with GSXR750 Slingshot front fairing, headlights and rear wheel, Maxton rear shock and […]