Use this search engine to find your way on this site (works at least with Firefox):

Pictures of visitors' (non-Suzuki) motorcycles
Page 1

Here's some pictures of motorcycles (non-Suzuki) the visitors have sent me. Send a picture of your bike here. Use JPEG format. Please tell us your name, hometown and country, purchase date and your personal comments of your Suzuki. Don't forget to tell the model name and model year of your bike.

Click on the images to view them in a larger format. There's more links to visitors' motorcycles at the end of this page!

Page 1Page 2Page 3Page 4

Honda XL1000V Varadero
1999 Honda XL1000V Varadero

Owner: Måns Andersson,
Eskilstuna, Sweden

Purchase date: April 2001

Comments: “The most enjoyable bike I have ever owned! A perfect touring bike.”
Harley-Davidson Chopper
1984 Custom-built Harley-Davidson

Owner: Måns Andersson,
Eskilstuna, Sweden

Purchase date: 1996

Other: Engine built by owner 1996. 1520 cc S&S engine with Panhead STD cylinder heads, Mikuni HSR 42 carburetor, Rivera Pro Clutch. The crash box is original 4-shift with rick rack lock, renovated with new bearings and counter shaft + main shaft. About 95 Hp at 6500 rpm. Brembo brakes front and rear.

“Goes like hell but I don't want to ride a lowrider anymore.”
Kawasaki ZL1000 Eliminator

There's more at Emile's web site.
Here's even larger picture.
1990 Kawasaki ZL1000 Eliminator

Owner: Emile Biesheuvel
Amsterdam, Holland

Purchased: new, early 1990 thru USA

Extras: Supertrapp exhaust system, dynojet stage 3 Kit, ignition advancer and K&N filters and hot cams etc etc.

Comments: “Right now the acceleration is very fast although the ZL1000 is not what you call a hp-package like the V-Max, but his bottom power is huge!”

Kawasaki ZL1000 Eliminator

More pics and info at
1987 Kawasaki ZL1000 Eliminator

Owner: Siberian, The Netherlands

Comments: ”Here's a pic of my bike... It's a 1987 Kawasaki ZL1000 Eliminator — little modified, but not as much as the bike Emile has... This is a picture of the bike in the modification stage without the K&N's on it.”

Modifications: Stainless Steel Henko Exhaust system (custom made), Dynojet stage 3 kit,
K&N separate airfilters, ignition advancer and in a few weeks a totally new paintjob!
JAWA 350/634-5-50

Here's more pictures of Juraj's Jawa 350
1984 Jawa 350

Owner: Juraj Janci, Slovak Republic

Comments: ”Here's my second bike. It is a Czechoslovakian classic and national bike JAWA 350/634-5-50. I bougt it in 1997 and total rebuilt in 2001.

Engine: inline-twin, 2-stroke. Cylinder displacement: 344 cc. Bore x stroke: 58 x 65 mm. Power output: 18 kW (24,5 hp) at 5500 rpm. Torque: 32 Nm at 4750 rpm. Compression ratio: 9,2:1. Top Speed: 130 kph. Weight: 154 kg. Fuel consumption: 4 l/ 100 km.”
Bridgestone '66 90 Mountain
Bridgestone '66 90 Mountain
1966 Bridgestone 90 Mountain

Owner: Jim Trader, Springfield,
Illinois, USA

Comments: ”Enjoyed reading your page, would you mind putting one of my bikes on your page. It is a 1996 Bridgestone 90 Mountain that I completely restored from the ground up in 2002. My web page is”

One can read on Jim's home page that his Bridgestone (yes, they made motorcycles as well as tyres) is a award-winning bike now. Many of the spares were no longer available and some parts were hand-made for this renovation object.

The pictures show Jim's Bridgestone, before and after restoration.

Armstrong MT-500 '87
1987 Armstrong MT500

Owner: Andy Matcham,
Canterbury UK

Comments: ”It's a former British Army Multi-purpose enduro with single cylinder 485cc Rotax 4-stroke engine. The bottom end torque on this beast is something else (no electic start, that's why I walk funny).

It is an ultimate super fun motorcycle. Its top end speed is about 95mph and will get you almost anywhere and is great off road. It is an easy machine to service, the cam-belt took me only ten mins and I was reading the manual, it took me longer to get the tools out of the shed.

I'm guessing this is part of the army's spec like the very large filler on the tank and the black-out switch etc. Unlike my GT250 it has no chrome bits or polished alloy, so I ride it in any weather and just hose it down. It is great because after spending a kings ransom on restoring my GT250L I can save it for better weather.”

Next Page

Updated: August 29, 2006

More: Pictures of visitors' Suzuki motorcycles

More: All Suzuki models

This free site is managed by Jarmo Haapamäki.
If you find this site helpful, please leave a donation for Jarmo
so you can enjoy the spirit of giving too.

Came here from a search engine?
Click at the home button below to get to the main page with frames.

Web shopping

Google adverts


Free Online Metric Calculator

A web page that helps to convert volume (capacity), weight, length, area and temperature, power and energy measures between U.S./Imperial and SI (Metric) units.