Click to read: Suzuki TL1000R owners reviews, Suzuki TL1000R specs and to see the Suzuki TL1000R image gallery.Suzuki’s TL1000R was, if the pre-launch hype was to be believed, the company’s great white hope. The marketing types lead us to think
CAMBRIDGESHIRE POLICE are appealing for witnesses following the discovery of the body of 38 year old Craig Coleman after he crashed his Suzuki TL1000R into a water-filled ditch.Police believe the crash, on Whittlesey Road, near March, happened
You'd be forgiven for thinking progress in the world of motorcycles was a natural and seamless state and indeed, a leaf through recent history bears this theory out as we skip seamlessly from Kawasaki's Z1 via Yamaha's RD350, to Kawasaki's GPZ600 and onward through Suzuki GSX-R75...
What were the cult bikes of the late 1990s? That's the question that circulated the office today and after much heated debate (and one tantrum), we whittled the list down to these five. Without the £3000 limit, our list would have remained a fantasy for many, but the £3000 cap me...
CHECK OUT this Nico Bakker TL1000R-based special, built by bike enthusiast Mathijn Nelis.The one-off streetfighter has been constructed using Suzuki's legendary water-cooled V-twin engine. But as Mathijin explains, the build turned out to be far
darned sight better than any all-rounder has the right to. It was a bit heavy, granted, but turned-in surprisingly fast and held a nice tight line better than its ancestor the TL1000R ever could. In fact, I had so much fun I rode faster and faster until I
. And it was, it’s just the memories I got weren’t quite the ones I was expecting.I took the ferry from Dover to Calais and it was only me and another biker on the crossing. The other guy, on a TL1000R, was on his way to Greece via Italy, but we were taking a
-twin was great, and I've still got it. The later TL1000R might have been faster and the SV1000 more sensible, but for my money the barking-mad TL1000S remains by far Suzuki's best big twin.Try try TriumphBack in 1997 Triumph was still small enough that most
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