Suzuki Motorcycle Reviews

Its faired brother is more suited to motorway miles, but how does the SV650 handle rush hour traffic?

It's big, naked and bloody good fun to ride. Suzuki's SV1000 finally lands and instantly
starts to win friends and influence people

Living with the first breed of GSX-R1000 is a lot easier than you think

The new SV650S has a hell of a reputation to live up to as it steps into the shoes of its vastly popular predecessor

Suzuki's fun-sized V-twin won't have you quivering with lust, but it won't disappoint if you're after a competent machine that'll keep you smiling all day

It looked like a pit-bull, even if it was more of a lap-dog to ride. Blessed with good looks and mucho torque, Suzuki's GSX1400 has proved to be a popular retro bruiser bike in used circles

Created as Japan’s first V-twin World Superbike champion, the TL1000R fell short as a racer. But as a road-going missile, the big Suzuki offered a chunky alternative to Italy’s uncompromising, highly-strung twins. And now it’s criminally cheap

Fashion may have consigned the GSX-R600 to history with its now dated bulbous looks, but it is still an utter ripper of a bike, and a bargain at that

A new big sports tourer from the nice people at Suzuki. It’s like a Bandit ,but rest assured: in no way, shape or form is this a Bandit. It’s a GSX1250FA alright? A GSX1250FA. Got it?

How do you like your big-mile kicks? We evaluate four different takes on the tourer From the Suzuki Hayabusa to the KTM 990SMT

The GSXR 1000 is the very essence of GSX-R; riding it is everything biking should be

The look is similar, but Niall discovers that Suzuki’s supersport bike’s beauty is more than just skin deep