Suzuki Motorcycle Reviews

Classic Scrap - 1991 Yamaha FZR1000R EXUP Vs Suzuki GSX-R1100

For many, these are still the two greatest superbikes ever built. Suzuki's legendary GSX- R1100 went head-to-head with Yamaha's EXUP for years, and in 1991 the two were at the top of their game

No traction control, no fancy cranks and no need - the boss is back. Niall Mackenzie falls for Suzuki's new big GSX-R

Taking up where the popular SV650 left off, the new for 2009 Gladius has a lot to live up to. Is it as sharp as the Roman sword it takes its name from?

It’s early 1980 and the threat of the four-stroke invasion hangs heavy in the air. Yamaha and Suzuki have been slugging it out for two years in what may be the final fling for the air-cooled strokers

The dark horse of this year’s litre class, the GSX-R1000 just keeps on impressing Visordown’s Deputy Editor and keen club racer, Rob Hoyles.

Suzuki’s latest 125 is a street-smart supermoto, ready to do battle with the urban rat race at a sedate pace.

Hoyles finds his youth again with Suzuki's mental GSX-R1000

Niall Mackenzie reviews the 2008 Suzuki GSX-R750 throughout a year of abuse

A classic headbanger's bike, the SRAD and 750Y models of the legendary GSX-R were once giant killers. But how do they stand the ravages of time?

Upon its launch in 2001, the Suzuki swept all before it. Six years later it is still arguably the best of the litre sports bike brood, but how does it handle in the fiercely fought second-hand sector?

John Cantlie reviews the RM-Z250 and reckons he has a pathetically mis-aligned mindset. We'd agree.