to go against the grain and major on old-school technology and staggeringly high levels of excitement with their now-legendary H2 750. That’s a 750cc two-stroke. Meanwhile Suzuki set out to provide a compromise that would hopefully appeal to potential
assassinating it for what it's not and never will be now its development has been officially halted.Continue the 750cc Road Test
will range from 750cc to 1000cc and the first will be seen in 2013.Chief executive RL Ravichandran told Indian TV station NDTV: “We feel it will be good to go for a twin,” adding that the idea was “in the conceptual stage.”
MORE IMAGES OF the Suzuki GSR750 have emerged - the bike Suzuki hope will capture a healthy chunk of the naked sportsbike market.Sketches of the unfaired GSX-R-derived naked, published on Visordown last week, confirm the GSR's angular styling, which Suzuki hopes will compete with...
WE BROUGHT YOU a first look at Kawasaki's 2011 Z750R earlier this week, so here's a teaser video of the new 750cc naked to whet your appetite even more.The new machine looks pretty tasty to us; let's just hope the improvements warrant all the hype
Expect to see the Due 756 in 2010IT'S BEEN officially confirmed by the factory - Benelli's Due 756 WILL go on sale next year as an official model, and the best bit is it will look virtually identical to the Cologne-shown prototype that wowed the crowds back in 2006.The motor shar...
of the Aprilia off-road concept. Now Aprilia has taken its success story one step further with the Aprilia SMV 750 Dorsoduro, the machine that sets completely new standards for the road-going supermotard market.The Dorsoduro is Aprilia’s first 750 cc supermotard
The question of “will I like the new Moto Guzzi V7 classic?” boils down to how big your imagination is. Having just returned from the two-day launch around beautiful Lake Como (the home of Moto Guzzi), mine has clearly run away with itself. It was impossible not to be drawn into ...
Nice looking but I bet that seat's uncomfortableAT LAST Aprilia have arrived with a middleweight. Laden with high-tech features and cutting edge styling. Only it's 750cc. And £5600. You have to ask, is this cheating? The bike we rode for this test
as the 'Widowmaker'. This was 1972 and Suzuki was about to start building its longstanding reputation for excellent 750cc motorcycles. This bike was the GT750.Expectation was high for a screaming two-stroke banshee with rapier-like handling. The bike was created
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