Pictures of visitors' Suzuki motorcycles
1978 Suzuki DR370
Owner: Michael Rokiski
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Comments: “I bought this bike at age 15 at a swap meet in Springfield, Ohio. I payed $400 for it and when I originally got it it was in primer and had a carb problem.
The bike is titled and is originally from Washington state.
The first thing i did was have the carb rebuilt and adjusted the timing and replaced the points.
The bike has the aftermarket exhaust that was offered in its time.
The bike runs great and i try to take it out at least once a week. I ride this bike hard and she lets me. It will climb any hill I put her to and keeps up with brand new RM250's.
I love this bike and hope to keep it til she blows up.
The bikes in the last picture are a '74 Suzuki TC125, a '75 Suzuki TC185 (the bright red one, currently for sale), my DR370 and a '87 Honda Fourtrax 250.”
Here's more Suzuki DR 370 info.
1982 Suzuki RM125
Owner: Sloan Hall
Kingwood, Texas, USA
Comments: “I have attached a few pics of my '82 RM125 Z.
I bought this bike in October of 2006.
It is in nearly original condition.
The fenders and number plates are new Maier plastics, but the tank and radiator shrouds are original.
Through the years when I was much younger, I have owned a '75 TM250, '78 RM250 C2, and a '81 RM125 X.
I love the site.”
Here's more Suzuki RM 125 info.
|Kalina from Bulgaria doesn't really own the bike herself. It's her boyfriend's bike. Or was. Actually her boyfriend has already sold it. It's her favorite motorcycle, still.
|| 1980 Suzuki GS1000L
Owner: Kalina Krumova's boyfriend,
Comments: “My name is Kalina. I'm from Bulgaria. I live in a little town in the middle of my country named Troqn.
Today I decide to tell you about my favorite motorcycle Suzuki GS1000L. My boyfriend has this model. It looks so good. He like it very much, but he needs money. Last week my boyfriend decide to sell his cicle. I'm so sorry about his decision, but he has no choice.
He loves it and takes special care about it. My boyfriend is Roker (I'm not sure about this word) since many years. He likes riding and often tells me that when he goes motorcycling, he rides not a body, he rides your soul.”
Here's more Suzuki GS1000L info.
|Cameron, the one on the right, scanned the specs for his '06 GN250E and mailed them to me. “I have attached a copy of the specifications page from my 2006 GN250E Owner's Manual for any reference anyone may need,” he writes. You can see the specs here.
|| 2006 Suzuki GN250E
Owner: Cameron Grierson, 17
Comments: “I have a 2006 GN250E. I bought this bike brand new in September 2006 and enjoy it every minute I'm riding it. It won't be too much longer until I get my full motorcycle licence, however, so I will be able to upgrade to a bigger bike.
In New Zealand, those on a learner or restricted licence aren't allowed to ride a motorcycle over 250cc, Yay!
I have attached a picture of me and my mate, James on our GN250s at his place. James is on the left of the picture, I'm on the right.”
Here's more Suzuki GN250 info.
|Chris' RM400N was carefully restored with mostly NOS parts including tank, seat, all plastic, forks etc. “I am also restoring a 1980 RM400T that will be mostly NOS parts,” he writes. I hope we can see that bike on these pages, too!
1979 Suzuki RM400
Owner: Chris Bordelon
Marksville, Louisiana, USA
Comments: “Here is my restored 1979 Suzuki RM400.
The engine was completly rebuilt and has a NOS crank. The crank that came out was fine but I wanted it to be perfect. The engine also has a new rod, new piston and rings on std. bore.
The cylinder re-sleeved to standard bore by Northwest Sleeve.
Also has new clutches, clutch basket, pressure plate, clutch springs, all seals, bearings and gaskets. Also has new carb, air and intake boots, petcock, new swingarm bearings with spacers and seals, steering stem bearings, wheel bearings, shocks, brakes, tires, tubes, spokes, axles, cables, perches, throttle, levers, grips, bars, fork boots, cdi, coil, stator, airbox, filter, chain and sprockets, guides, rollers, and buffers.
The swingarm now has a zerk fitting so the bearings can be greased without removing the swingarm. The forks and triple trees are brand new factory NOS, seat is Suzuki NOS (not recovered). Try and find one of those.
The tank and all plastic is genuine Suzuki NOS and not aftermarket. The fenders, tank, and seat have been discontinued by Suzuki for a long time and are now obsolete. After countless days of searching and phone calls Worldwide, I found which was probably the last factory NOS 79` tank with factory applied decals in Belgium and the complete seat in Sweden.
Even though the front forks were brand new old stock, I had them rebuilt with new valving, seals and heavy duty springs. I also have the factory springs if you prefer. The front suspension work was done by aftershocks suspension. The rear shocks are Progressive with heavy duty springs.
I have over $6000 invested in the bike and worked on it for about two years. ”
Here's more Suzuki RM 400 info.
| 1992 Suzuki GSX600F
Owner: Terry Hotson
Purchased: In England approx. seven years ago
Comments: “I am not going to sell it!”
Here's more Suzuki GSX600F info.
August 18, 2007
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