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Suzuki models 1954

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In 1954, The company changes its name to Suzuki Motor Co., Ltd and builds its first complete motorcycle. The Colleda is a 90cc, four-stroke single and its name, translated, means 'This is it!' or 'This is the one!' Suzuki enters its new bike in the Mount Fuji Hill Climb and triumphs over 86 rivals.

Colleda CO 90cc four-stroke motorcycle
1954 Colleda CO


Colleda COX1954 Colleda CO
Overall Length: 2 000 mm (78.7 in)
Overall Height: 1 000 mm (39.4 in)
Overall Width:. 780 mm
Dry weight: 85 kg
Engine: Air cooled 90 cc side-valve 1-cylinder 4-stroke. 3 hp @ 5 000 rpm Three speeds, telescopic front forks and plunger rear suspension.
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SJK Colleda CO1954 Colleda CO-K
Overall Length: 2 000 mm (78.7 in)
Overall Height: 1 000 mm (39.4 in)
Overall Width:. 780 mm
Dry weight: 85 kg
Engine: Air cooled 90 cc side-valve 1-cylinder 4-stroke. 3 hp @ 5 000 rpm Three speeds, telescopic front forks and plunger rear suspension.
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SJK Mini Free motor 1954
1954 Mini Free bicycle engine

SJK Mini Free Minifree Mini-FreeSJK Mini Free MF-1 1954
An early moped with a 50 cc 2-stroke engine and belt drive.Two speeds. The SJK on the engine and the gas tank stood for Suzuki Jidosha Kogyo.
Engine: Air-Cooled 50cc 1-cylinder 2-stroke, 1.8 hp @ 4 500 rpm
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Colleda CO 90cc four-stroke motorcycle
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1954 Colleda CO in the Suzuki History Museum



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