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Pictures of visitors' Suzuki motorcycles
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Here are some pictures of Suzuki motorcycles visitors of My Suzuki Pages 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 bottom of this page!



'69 -69 '70 -70 T 125 T125 T-125 Stinger Lepakkosuzuki
'69 -69 '70 -70 T 125 T125 T-125 Stinger Lepakkosuzuki
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1969 Suzuki T125 Stinger

Owner: John Dawson
New Zealand

Comments: “I noticed on the T125 page that you mentioned a low pipe model and were interested if anyone had photos.

Attached are photos of a T125 I picked up recently, it needs a fair bit of
work but has low pipes which look to be original.

This bike is in New Zealand. I can send some better pictures once it is
tidied up.

Here's more Suzuki T-125 info.
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'69 -69 '70 -70 T 125 T125 T-125 Stinger Lepakkosuzuki

'69 -69 '70 -70 T 125 T125 T-125 Stinger Lepakkosuzuki'69 -69 '70 -70 T 125 T125 T-125 Stinger Lepakkosuzuki

'69 -69 '70 -70 T 125 T125 T-125 Stinger Lepakkosuzuki
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1970 Suzuki T125 Stinger

Owner: August Lauer
Birsfelden, Switzerland

Comments: “Please find attached some pictures of my 1973 Suzuki T125 Stinger for your web site.

I bought this bike in spring 2007 in unrestored original condition. It had 14,400 km on the clock. The bike came with a spare engine, spare exhausts (the lower ones), spare fuel tank and other hard to find parts. I just had to do some cleaning and adjustments. Now it runs as it should.

It's a great bike and I enjoy riding it. The bike sounds like two hornets flying past when I rev it up.

Here's more Suzuki T-125 info.


The owner says it's a 1973-year's model. The model was not built anymore but the first registration of the bike may have been in 1973.
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'71 -71 Wolf T 125 T125 T-125 Stinger Wolf Suzuki

'72 -72 T 125 Wolf T125 T-125 Stinger Wolf Suzuki
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The owner of this bike tells that some “experts” he has spoken to dispute that it could be a Wolf. “I would welcome opinion on that matter,” John writes. I don't see no reason not to believe the seller and the sticker. It looks like a Wolf . “I am happy to receive e mails especially if somebody has a NOS left chromed exhaust and wants to do a deal,” he continues.

1971 Suzuki T125-II Stinger/Wolf

Owner: John Baxter
Merseyside, England

Comments: “I have a T125 that was sold in 1972 in Cambridge England. I bought it via Ebay in July this year from its second owner. He said that it was sold as a Wolf at the local Suzuki dealership Andy Leigh in Cambridge. It had a faded Wolf sticker on the oil tank (I have since added T125 sticker).

This my second one as I bought a brand new T 125 II in 1973 so this has been a bit of a nostalgia trip.

The bike is completely original apart from items I have fitted (new fork rubbers, air box rubber, pattern part left mirror and a NOS right side exhaust). It still has the dealer sticker on the rear mudguard and interestingly it has white paint on the leading edges of the front mud guard and a white triangle on the rear one.

The handlebars are high, not the flat bars usually seen on UK bikes but I am happy that they are original.

It still has the running in instructions on the rev counter.

The mileage is now 18k+. I have ridden 600 miles this summer without problems and it is still on standard bores as far as I can see, so I am inclined to believe the mileage.

The bike rides well and stops reasonably well if both brakes are used. I am used to modern servo assisted brakes on my other bike so stopping well is a relative thing! On smooth surfaces it handles well but can get a bit bouncy and out of shape on poor roads. I am using the best petrol and oil and it is doing about 70mpg with little smoke once hot.

Here's more Suzuki T-125 info.
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'79 RM-100 RM 100
'79 RM-100 RM 100
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1979 Suzuki RM100

Owner: Eric Hameister, USA

Comments: “Just finished restoration and wanted to show off...

Everything is original except for replica plastic... 1978 style front fender , 1980 style rear fender.

Tank is original but has been painted...

Side panels are replica plastic.

Love your site... Very, very, very helpful!

Here's more Suzuki RM 100 info.



I would show off as well if I was you. It's a beautifully restored bike!

'80 GS-400S GS 400 S GS400 S

Daryl thought I could use a picture of a Canadian Suzuki 1980 GS400S picture. I surely could... The model was sold in Europe under the name GSX400S, as were all the other 16 valve GS series bikes.
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1980 Suzuki GS400S

Owner: Daryl Park, Canada

Comments: “Prior to my obtaining this GS400S, I couldn’t find anything on the internet that would indicate the GS400S came in red or even existed in 1980. The VIN didn’t seem to match anything out there and trying to cross-reference a replacement battery was a chore at the local Suzuki dealerships.

The closest I could come to finding a replica picture of this bike was on your web site for a 1981 GS450. I later found out from the dealerships that the GS400 was converted to the GS450 and all parts are identical. None the less, the original bill of sales does indicate that this little GS400S is truly 1980 here bought here in Canada.

I’m in the process of selling this bike as I’m not a collector of old bikes, but just an individual wanting to ride.

The bike was ridden for a couple of months back in 1980 and accumulated 977 km. It was then stored in a garage for the next 27ish years unridden.

When I took ownership of this bike in July of this year, 2007, I added another 446 km. It’s like riding a brand new bike.

Here's more Suzuki GSX400S info.
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Updated: November 12, 2007


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