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Suzuki Hayabusa Will Remain in Production for U

Several recent media reports, including in the U.S., have indicated that Suzuki has discontinued production of the Hayabusa model. Yesterday, Suzuki issued the press release (below) clarifying that the Hayabusa will continue in production for the U.S. market. Here is the press release from...

Published on December 15 2018, 16:30
Source: www.motorcycledaily.com
 

We'll soon know more about Suzuki's 2014 MotoGP bike, as that Japanese company plans three public and two private European tests beginning in June. About the current machine, factory test rider and GP veteran Nobuatsu Aoki is quoted as saying, "They made a lot of design changes." Differences we... 

Suzuki has filed multiple patent applications for a semi-automatic transmission system that may find its way on the next generation Hayabusa. Suzuki has filed three patents dealing with different aspects of the technology, filing each in Japan, the U.S. and in Germany. The patents are credited... 

In addition to the headline unveiling of the new KATANA, Suzuki has announced other street bikes for the 2019 model year. Among these is a new Café Racer version of the SV650, new, more fully featured versions of the V-Strom 1000 and V-Strom 650, as well as several detail changes to additional... 

With Suzuki's announcement at its annual dealer meeting this week that it was bringing the GSX-S750 to America next year, what better time to travel back to 2006, and Yossef Schvetz's review of the 750 little brother, the Suzuki GSR 600. With design cues similar to the B-King, the GSR 600 wasn't... 

First off was a trip to the Ryuyo development complex you can read about in the link above. Our next stop was the Takatsuka engine plant in the Hamamatsu prefecture where crankcases, crankshafts, cylinders and heads are mated and and assembled prior to their installation in Suzukis built at the... 

Considering that Tokyo's yearly motorcycle show is the home field for four of the biggest OEMs, it's no surprise that it's the scene for some wild new concepts – it's all a part of the competitive one-upsmanship typical of the Japanese corporate culture.For this year's show, Honda, Suzuki, and... 

Of all the motorcycle segments, it's the electric-powered bikes that are seeing the most rapid developments. Each year there are new advancements in technology, and the resulting vehicles continue to push the bounds of range and performance while using rechargeable batteries for power. This...