on my site
Here follows the list of the new or updated stuff
on my site. I try to keep this page up to date and write here every update
on My Suzuki Pages that might interest you.
1: New brochure scans on the DR50,
Katana pages. New models on the All
Suzuki Models section (year 1983). Dave Maskell sent me the other
part of his story about building a Suzuki TR500 twin race machine replica,
I added the text to the Seeley
XR05 MK3 page.
April 2: New page about GSX1100S
Katana (still under construction). New models on the All
Suzuki Models section (year 1984).
April 3: I think I have got the hang
of the GSX1100S Katana
model history now. New pictures and specs, including the 1980-1981 prototype.
The GSX1000S (GS1000S in US) and
Katana pages also updated. Brochure scans for both 1100 and 1000 cc models
coming very soon! New Katana pictures even on the All
Suzuki Models section (some years within 1980-2000).
April 4: New pictures on the Visitors'
Suzuki and the Visitors'
GSX1400 pages. GSX250E
brochure scans from Japan (six pages). New brochure scans of the GS650G,
, GSX1000S and GSX1100S
April 6: New or updated brochure pages:
Lido 50, Lido
Maxi 50 (Most
of them are written in Spanish).
April 7: New brochures from Spain:
Suzzy 50 and
There's more, I will put them on the site as soon as I have cleaned the
brochure scans in Photoshop. Spanish scooter adverts: AN125
50. A couple of new Suzuki models on the All
Suzuki Models section (1995).
April 8: More adverts from Spain:
R50 and Address
R7. More brochures: SMX50,
UE125 and UE150.
New pictures on the Visitors'
Suzuki page (GT380, GS850L). A note about GSX1400 now being available
in Denmark on the GSX1400
Rumours page, also the new prices in Norway and Denmark.
11: New GSX1100SE
Katana brochure scans. I also rewrote some of the comments on the
GSX1100S Katana page
(early models), mostly because I realized that I had placed the first
models under wrong years. If the model had been presented in September
1981, I had called it a 1981 year's model and so on. Now the SZ models
are 1982, SD 1983 and so on. I'm sorry about the confusion I may have
April 12: There's also two new Suzuki
models (1955 Porter Free and 1963 TC250 El Camino) on the All
Suzuki Models section. A new bike on the Visitors'
Suzuki page (GSX600F). New T125
Stinger brochures and magazine ads.
April 13: 100,000 page views (16,750
unique visitors) according to the counter few minutes after midnight (Swedish
time) earlier today! Also a new record for daily page views - yesterday
was also the busiest day ever with 1,788 page views. Neat!!!
April 14: Actually I haven't had the
time to update anything but the Welcome page (my rock band is moving to
a new rehearsing studio), but as I get more and more detailed questions
about Suzuki bikes I'd wanted to tell you that I am not a mechanics and
I can't answer to that kind of questions. Please mail your question to
Discussion Group instead. I see the questions as well and I will reply
if I know the answer. But there's others on the mailing list who might
April 18: It hasn't been the greatest
week ever, measured with the number or the quality of updates. I have
been busy with other things. But today I felt I want to give you something
Big story (not complete, help wanted) and a couple of rare X6
(T20) (with GP kit?) scans from 1967-1968. Something new on the All
Suzuki Models section (1988, 1990). By the way, on April 16th there
was 2,143 page views, a new record again!
April 23: David Evans from UK found
a picture of his TR250 racer on My Suzuki Pages and was kind enough to
send more information about the three racers on the picture. The picture
and the info can be found here.
David also promised to send me more pictures in the near future! What
else? Two new bikes on the Visitors'
bikes page (another Kawasaki ZL1000 Eliminator, Jawa 350). Two new
bikes on the Visitors'
Suzuki page (GS1000, GSX-R750). Michael from a great German Suzuki
GS site www.gs-classic.de
mailed me an early (1977) German GS-series advert to be published here.
You can see it here.
Michael and I plan to help each other more in the future. Another German
webmaster, Volker from www.gsx-1400.net,
helped me to get in touch with Walter Lazarek from Germany who mailed
me great pictures of GSX1400 with the Krauser K5 case system mounted.
the pictures. T350
pages updated. New page about OR50,
photos and specs kindly sent by Thomas Mellin, Sweden.
April 28: The only update since the
23rd: 1997 Across
250 brochure scans, two pages. I have also started my own Absolute
Best Suzuki sites On The Internet top site list, since I found no
such list anywhere. If you are a webmaster of a website about Suzuki motorcycles,
you are welcome to join the list. You need a 480 x 60 pixels banner for
you site (already uploaded somewhere on the Internet, max. 20 kb) available
when you join the list.