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Here are some motorcycle pictures the visitors of this site have sent to me. Send a picture of your bike here. Use JPEG format. Please tell us your name, hometown and country, purchase date and your personal comments of your Suzuki. Don't forget to tell the model name and model year of your bike.

Click on the images to view them in a larger format. There's more links to visitors' motorcycles at the bottom of this page!

'75 Suzuki GT-750 GT750M

1975 Suzuki GT750

Owner: Larry Martin, Ireland

Comments: “I'm sending a pic of my '75 GT750M. I have owned the bike for about eight years. It is totally original Candy Red. Even the mirrors have the red S on them.

It was brought over to Ireland from Arizona dessert where it had been lying in a garage for years.”

Here's more Suzuki GT750 info.

Suzuki GSX1100 E 1983 Suzuki GSX 1100 E

Owner: Glenn Wagner, Canada

Purchased: spring 2001

Comments: ”1983 GS1100E was a bike ahead
of its time. Fast and powerful, but a nice cruising
bike all rolled into one.”

Here's more Suzuki GSX1100 info.
Suzuki GSX1100S Katana
1983 Suzuki GSX 1100 SD Katana

Owner: Snorre Kristoffersen, Alta, Norway

Comments:” I`m very pleased with my Katana but I want better brakes up front. I'm planning to upgrade to a Bandit1200 front end. Want to keep the apperance of the bike as original as possible. I'm sure this bike will be in my possession for a long time. 160,2 bhp at rear wheel.”

Read more at Snorre's homepage.
Suzuki RE 5 Rotary

Here's more pictures of Magnus' RE5.
Here's more RE5 Rotary info.
RE5 Rotary 1975

Owner: Magnus Hallme, Stockholm, Sweden

Purchase date: new in 1977
Modifications: cast alloy wheels, fairing, luggage carrier.
Comments: ”It's like riding an elephant; it's heavy, reacts slow etc. The engine is not a racer but compared to other engines from that time it has great torque. The fuel economy is OK — 6 to 10 liter per 100 km. The oil comsumption lies around 0,5 liter per 100 km. The engine sound like a lawn mowner, listen to the sound file.”
Suzuki GSX750

Here's more Suzuki GSX750 info.
1998 Suzuki GSX750

Owner: RoB Sap, Culemborg, Netherlands

Purchased: May 2001, 7,800 km on the clock (to replace a Bandit 600).

Mods: BSM Vampire race can for more torque, better sound and ideling. LSL aluminium superbike handlebar and mini flashers. Maybe later a dyno jet kit or a bigger engine.

Comments: ”Next thing is to get rid of the plastic tail and put the license plate direct under the tail light. It needs a bit thicker oil in the front fork. I also want steel brakelines and a set of crash protectors. Tyres are Pirelli's, pretty good. 23,000 km on the clock now. A good bike for commuting and holiday trips.”
Suzuki GSX750

Here's more Suzuki GSX750 info.
1999 Suzuki GSX750

Owner: Nigel Paine, Hastings, England

Purchased: February 1999

Comments: ”I have done 34,000 miles on it so far and use it for commuting to work, touring holidays and the occasional track day. It's a nice bike but it needs a lot of regular cleaning because the budget build quality doesn't like the winter weather.”
Suzuki TS185
1972 Suzuki TS185 J

Owner: Gary Jesswein, USA

Hopefully Gary will write down some comments of his bike. I thank Gary for even sending my a scanned image of the original sales brochure!

Here's more Suzuki TS185 info.

1986 Kawasaki 1100 J1 (rebuilt to Suzuki)

Owner: Maddog Ant, East Midlands, UK

Mods: GSX-R1100 oil cooled motor fitted with 40mm flatside carbs, stage one dyno, GSX-R1100 front end, the forks extended by 3 inches, 17" GSX-R rims, swingarm, mono shock, wheel & rear break. all the electrics, the clocks etc etc.

Comments: ”The gearing has been lowered a bit to give it that bye bye R1 thing from the lights & she's putting out 145 bhp at the rear hoop. The bike has only been on the road for just over a year, been building it for many more before that. The next step I think is a turbo-charger, but we will have to see what happens with the B-King. Now that's what I call a bike!!!”
Suzuki K10P

Here's more Suzuki K10 info.
1967 Suzuki K10 P

Owner: Ian Holmes, North Wales, UK.

The same Suzuki bikes as in the picture below. This one's taken at the SOC stand in Bristol this year (2002).

See more pictures and read more about the bebuilding of this K10P on the next page.

See even Ian's other beautifully restored bikes on pages 43 and 60.
Suzuki K10P, Suzuki GT550, Honda Fireblade 1967 Suzuki K10 P
1972 Suzuki GT 550 J
1995 Honda Fireblade

Owner: Ian Holmes, North Wales UK.

Comments: Currently I have three bikes, a Suzuki GT550J and a K10P (1967) and I use one of the enemy for my every day 'hack' — a 1995 Fireblade. The GT550 I've had about 14 years. Used it as every day transport until deciding to rebuild it four years ago - now used in the summer months. It has cost a fortune. See in a small article of it in last Nov/Dec Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Magazine.”

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Updated: February 23, 2002

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