Click to read: Suzuki SV650S owners reviews, Suzuki SV650S specs and to see the Suzuki SV650S image gallery.If you were given a clean sheet of paper and told to write down your perfect real-world bike what would your list include?Well, for a start a
SIT DOWN, THIS next sentence may come as a bit of a shock: the traditional British pub is facing extinction. Sorry to break the news, but it's a reality. No more pork scratchings, no more real ale, no more open fires and no more landlords who greet you by name (even if it's the w...
As a manufacturer you'd have thought a cheapish 650cc bike probably isn't a bad thing to have in your range, but the way Suzuki is going, there won't be space for anything else in its showrooms.The firm has just reintroduced the half-faired SV650S
, but on the move it makes sense. A commonly raised complaint about Suzuki's SV650S (probably this bike's main competitor) is that in town the low-set bars can cause wrist ache, especially for shorter riders. This just doesn't happen with the ER-6f. It may
Slightly less fun, but equally as important, five grand would also get you a secondhand, run of the mill car with a few miles on the clock. Thinking on the practical side £5000 is a year's rent for a single bedroom flat in a dodgy area of London, the average amount most of us spe...
BMW F650CSTanyaThe BMW just felt too tall for my little legs and I got the feeling I couldn't hold it up if it started to topple. The styling was a complete turn-off, I'm not quite up to the standard of riding where I want people to turn and look at me!AdamEverything about the BM...
Click to view: Suzuki SV650 owners reviews, specs and image galleries.Sometimes a bike can add up to much more than the sum of its parts to the extent it punches way above its weight. Suzuki’s SV650 is just such a machine. Most budget bikes involve a basic steel frame and a hand-...
their first big bike, through to seasoned despatch riders.The Gladius is the replacement for the naked SV650 and is set to run alongside the semi-faired SV650S, which will remain in Suzuki’s line-up for 2009. We can tell you, that after a day riding around
class at the moment, the CBR500R's only worthy rival, in terms of value-for-money, would be Suzuki's long-running SV650S Street (£4,975) - which is however non-A2-compliant. Or you can have Honda's own A2-compliant NC700S for £5,450…Meanwhile, the 2013
.Suzuki is at it, too, offering up to £800 worth of free accessories with certain new models bought before 31 March. The V-Strom 650 ABS and GSX1250FA get the full £800 worth, while the GSX-R750, GSX-R600 and GSR750 get £600 worth, and the GSX650F and SV650S get
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