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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!





-91 Solifer/Suzuki S1 S-1

'91 Solifer Suzuki S1 S-1'91 Solifer-Suzuki S1 S-1

1991 Solifer-Suzuki S1

Owner: Tomi Riihiaho, Karjaa Finland

Purchased: Winter 2002

Modifications: New muffler (see even the page 40 for more comments and pictures of the same bike).

Comments: ”
Me and my father modified the new pipe from the old black one, it took about four to five hours for the both of us. It looks nicer and cooler now, sounds almost the same and the machine power is the same. I'm really glad about this modification, since it looks great! The old pipe as seen on the pictures, is lower and the new is upper so I think it's better :-) ”

Here's more Solifer Suzuki info.

More photos of Tomi's S1 on page 40. See even Tomi's Solifer Suzuki R (Suzuki RB50) on pages 57 and 64.
Suzuki '79 GS 850 G GS-850

Suzuki '79 GS 850 G GS-850

Suzuki '79 GS 850 G GS-850Suzuki '79 GS 850 G GS-850

1979 Suzuki GS850G

Owner: Raymond George Hendy, Oldbury, West Midlands, England

Comments: ”I purchased the bike in October 2003 from a friend who bought it in August 1984. It as had three owners and has done over 53,000 miles. It was first registered in August 1979.

The Windjammer fairing was on when I had it so I assume it was always a part of the bike. As you will see from the photo it is in excellent condition and I still ride it about.

The bike is heavy to ride, 289 kg, but it is great and looks very smart. I love it although the brakes need careful handling (solid discs).

I am with the bike on first of the pictures and my grandson George Joseph Hendy is sitting on the bike in the last one.

It cost me just over £300 to get it fit for the road again as it had been stored for five years.”

Here's more Suzuki GS info.

 
Suzuki '96 GSX 750 F a.k.a. 750 Katana

Here's more Suzuki GSX info.

1996 Suzuki GSX750F

Owner: John Dempsey, Melbourne, Australia

Comments: ”The build date of my bike is 8/95 and is a GSX750FT, the VIN is JS1GR78A000500804.

I bought it in November 2001 and it is the first Suzuki I have ever owned, always had Hondas before.

I love the Suzuki. It's quick and nimble. A really nice package of smoothness, reliability, low maintenance, and heaps of fun. And we have the best mountain roads in the world on this side of Melbourne.”
Suzuki '03 GSX 1400 K3

Suzuki '03 GSX 1400 K3

2003 Suzuki GSX1400

Owner: Enar Gustavsson,
Alingsås, Sweden

Comments: ”Turning and braking simultaneously at 30 kph gives this result. The bike tipped over on its left side and came to a grinding halt on the tarmac. I dipped my head and left shoulder into ground and fractured left upper arm (tuberculum majus and collum chirugicum). Left hip got bruised but not broken.

The full protective all-weater gear was worn, it became shredded where it made contact with the ground. Plastic reinforcements in the gear stayed in place and did their job.

My passenger got some minor bruises, she was nearly asleep when the accident occured.

It was a surprise to me that the upper fork legs would break (or bend) that easy, I did not hit anything with the front wheel except the road. It must have been the friction between the tyre on the fully turned front wheel and the tarmac, that caused the forks to bend.

The reason for me breaking and turning was a 50cc moped rider that thougt he was the only one using the road. He lost a clutch lever and a rear wiew mirror. My bike is a write-off.”

Here's more Suzuki GSX1400 info.

'79 RM 400 RM-400

'79 RM 400 RM-400

1980 Suzuki RM400

Owner: Massimo Pipino,
Torino, Italy

Comments: ”This is the bike I used to ride in vintage MX championship. It's a Suzuki RM400. It was built in 1979 and I bought it two years ago.

It is in its original shape. The only thing I replaced is the handlebar, because i prefer the shape of Renthal.

The bike is very easy to ride, powerful but not brutal like, for example, the later KTM 495/'91. It's not too heavy and you can ride it like it was a 250cc.

Great bike!”

Here's more Suzuki RM info.

 

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Updated: July 1, 2004



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