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Pictures of visitors' Suzuki motorcycles
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Here are some pictures of Suzuki motorcycles visitors of My Suzuki Pages have sent 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.

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'83 RG 250 d Gamma 83 .
'83 RG 250 d Gamma 83.'83 RG 250 d Gamma 83 .
'83 RG 250 d Gamma 83.'83 RG 250 d Gamma 83
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1983 Suzuki RG250 Gamma

Owner: Mark Ansell, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Comments: “Hi Jarmo I would love for you to post my bike on your site. I have just become latest custodion of a neat little 1983 RG250 Suzuki.

I bought it on Sunday afternoon 03.02.2008 and as yet don't have a motorcycle licence. I rode the bike for the first time today and by first time. I got my learners permit today, came home and jumped and the bike and off I went.

I have only done about 10 km so far but I love it. This is my first bike so I
don't have any other experience to draw from.

The bike did come with a 1983 Australian motorcycle magazine which has a test review of the 1983 RG250 which I will scan and send to you when I get a chance.

Why I bought this particular bike? I am ashamed to say that I purchased it because it was in my budget.”

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'80 GS 850 G GS-850

'80 GS 850 G GS-850

'80 GS 850 G GS-850 .

1980 Suzuki GS850G

Owner: ?

Photograph: Neil Harding,
Middlesbrough, England

Comments: “Here are three shots of a very nice GS850 taken at a local bike shop. The 850 was in for an MOT.

I don't know any of its history only that it was in original condition and had recently been bought off eBay.”

Here's more Suzuki GS850G info.


“The English call it character. The Japanese call it design flaws. The Germans deny it to the grave.”

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'79 GS 750 N GS-750
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1979 Suzuki GS750

Owner: ?

Photograph: Neil Harding,
Middlesbrough, England

Comments: “A nice GS 750. The pipes are pattern but look standard.

Yorkshire, England”

Here's more Suzuki GS750 info.


“The English call it character. The Japanese call it design flaws. The Germans deny it to the grave.”

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'80 RM-125 RM 125
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Anders told me that I had the wrong picture on the model history page. I believe I changed it from 1979 to 1980 because one reader told me it was a 1980 bike. I have changed it back now. I hope it's right now.

1980 Suzuki RM125

Owner: Anders,
Sweden

Comments: “I find out that the 1980 RM125 you have on the model history page is actually a 1979. I had one of them in my youth.

Both front and rear fenders are redesigned, to name one difference.

I send you a picture of my 1980. It's unrenovated and in a very good shape for being such an old motocross bike.

Keep up the good work!”

Here's more Suzuki RM 125 info.
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'85 GS-1150 E GS 1150 E
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'85 GS-1150 E GS 1150 E
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'85 GS-1150 E GS 1150 E
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1985 Suzuki GS1150E
1978 Suzuki GS550
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Owner:Shirley O'Hara
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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Comments: ”Hi. I enjoy your site. I wanted to share this pix and story with you.
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Many moons ago :) I saw one of these bikes and fell in love with them. I swore I would have one some day. Well, the day came and although it was the larger version, I grabbed it up.
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I should add that I am almost 5' 2 so although I could touch the ground, this was more weight than I could/should have handled. Also, I hadn't ridden in about 10 years.
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Regardless, this was one of my dream bikes. The displacement didn't concern me at all as I had learned to ride sport touring bikes and loved that style of riding. My nature is not a cruiser. lol
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Anyway, to make the story longer, I lived rural and had a driveway that was at least a mile long. Now, I should add that I am VERY fussy about my bikes. They live under cover and I carry a light cover with me and are cleaned OFTEN! So, this was all pretty distressful. lol
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Anyway, summary, after only a couple of absolutely wonderful rides, I dropped her on the grass on the way out of the drive. Fortunately, there was minimal damage. I decided then and there, she had to go or I would only damage a once mint bike further. A collector bought her and apparently, she sits on a floor in his shop with many others for nothing more than viewing.
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So, now I own a 1978 GS550 which is just perfect for me. Biggest negative is she is not original paint. I hope to find the paint code and have her painted this year.”

Here's more Suzuki GS series info.
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