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Benelli Biciclette “conquered” Eurobike 2014

Benelli Biciclette “conquered” Eurobike 2014

Great success for Benelli Biciclette at Eurobike 2014, the bike exhibition that was held 3 weeks ago in Friedrichshafen (Germany), where Benelli  launched a new and exciting challenge in the world of two wheels.

Having already presented some e-bikes, now become a confirmation of Pesaro Company, Benelli launch this year an unprecedented range of road bikes(including traditional and electric…

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Strijbos & RM-Z450 Gets ‘Nations MX Race Win

Strijbos & RM-Z450 Gets ‘Nations MX Race Win

Kevin Strijbos wore the red, yellow and black of Belgium for the fifth time in his career, and at the age of 28, guided his works Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MXGP RM-Z450 to a first chequered flag at the Motocross of Nations today. 

The 2014 edition of this prestigious international ‘tournament’ with a 68-year history took place in the grey, cold and sandy confines of Kegums in Latvia but the…

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Strijbos & Suzuki Primed After Belgian ‘Nations Pole

Strijbos & Suzuki Primed After Belgian ‘Nations Pole

Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MXGP’s Kevin Strijbos made an emphatic first statement for his country at Kegums in Latvia today by winning the MX Open Qualification heat of the 68th Motocross of Nations on his works RM-Z450. 

The 28 year old started brightly in the sand located a short distance outside of Riga and ploughed a course at the front of a field of riders from 33-other countries to earn…

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Waters & Tyco Suzuki Win at Assen BSB

Waters & Tyco Suzuki Win at Assen BSB

Josh Waters raced to his second British Superbike Championship victory of the season for Tyco Suzuki at Assen’s TT Circuit in the Netherlands in the Australian’s first-ever appearance at the famous Dutch venue. 

Waters backed-up his first race win with a solid eighth place in race two, where his team-mate John Hopkins finished fifth. ‘Hopper’ had been in the early hunt for podium honours, but…

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Suzuki Wins Le Mans Endurance Finale

Suzuki Wins Le Mans Endurance Finale

Defending 13-time World Endurance Champions Suzuki Endurance Racing Team turned its 2014 season around with a stunning display of speed and consistency to win the final round of the series on home soil at the Le Mans 24-Hour race in France today; as Suzuki’s Junior Team LMS clinched the FIM Superstock World Cup. 

Vincent Philippe, Anthony Delhalle, Erwan Nigon and reserve rider Damian Cudlin leapt…

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More podium finishes for Smiths Triumph

More podium finishes for Smiths Triumph

Smiths Triumph continued their assault on the 2014 Motorpoint British Supersport Championship at Assen in Holland over the weekend and whilst Saturday’s race didn’t quite go to plan, Sunday’s most certainly did with Billy McConnell and Graeme Gowland giving them their fifth 1-2 result of the season.

The weekend started well for the team when Gowland set pole position for Saturday’s ‘Sprint’ race,…

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Alex Lowes will continue his partnership with Voltcom Crescent Suzuki for the 2015 eni FIM…

Alex Lowes will continue his partnership with Voltcom Crescent Suzuki for the 2015 eni FIM Superbike World Championship season. 

Lowes is confident his progression with the Suzuki GSX-R will allow him to become a consistent front-runner during his second season in the Championship and the British racer is eager to return to the tracks he has been learning as part of his apprenticeship year. 

Extend…

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GS Trophy – a motorcycling phenomenon

GS Trophy – a motorcycling phenomenon

There’s a worldwide community that’s united by the iconic BMW GS motorcycle and every two years, usually somewhere in the ‘middle of nowhere’, a group of elite amateur riders from across the globe gathers to battle for supremacy and the kudos of being crowned the best GS-riding nation in the world. Welcome to the International GS Trophy, which this year was biggest and best yet…

It all started in…

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Hopkins & Tyco Suzuki on Assen BSB Front-Row

Hopkins & Tyco Suzuki on Assen BSB Front-Row

Tyco Suzuki’s John Hopkins will start tomorrow’s British Superbike Championship 10th round at Assen in the Netherlands from the front-row of the grid after qualifying in second place. 

Hopkins waited patiently and maturely during a wet and tricky Q3 session to take a front-row grid spot; his second successive BSB race-one front-row after qualifying on Pole at Donington Park a fortnight ago. And,…

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BMW World Premiere of Three New Models

BMW World Premiere of Three New Models

No less than three new BMW Motorrad models will see their world premiere at the international motorcycle trade fair INTERMOT in Cologne from October 1st – 5th 2014.

One of the highlights is the new BMW S 1000 RR. 

The BMW supersports bike goes into its next generation with an optimised engine for enhanced performance and ridability. Meanwhile a new suspension geometry provides increased riding…

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BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy North America 2014, day 7

BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy North America 2014, day 7

After seven days and well over 2,300 kilometres of tough riding interspersed with 20 special stages, Team Central and Eastern Europe (CEEU) were deserving winners of the 2014 GS Trophy, having led the competition from the very first day and won many specials, as well as both photo competitions.

The team of Wojciech Zambrzycki, Maciej Gryczewski and Karel Rahcek dominated this year’s competition…

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Sert Ready for Le Mans 24-hour Finale

Sert Ready for Le Mans 24-hour Finale

Defending World Endurance Champions Suzuki Endurance Racing Team is looking for its first win of the season at this weekend’s final round of the series at the Le Mans 24-Hours in France. 

SERT riders Vincent Philippe, Anthony Delhalle, Erwan Nigon and Damian Cudlin are currently fifth in the title standings, 47 points behind series leaders Yamaha Racing GMT 94 Michelin after a season plagued by…

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BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy North America 2014, day 6

BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy North America 2014, day 6

The penultimate day of the 2014 International GS Trophy was a long one, taking the competitors 400 kilometres through the province of British Columbia, crossing time zones and including three special stages between the starting point at Balfour and the day’s end in Fort Steele.

Each special stage had been designed by chief instructor Tomm Wolf and fellow course designer Pat Horan to be as tricky…

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Moss Re-Signs for Suzuki Australia

Moss Re-Signs for Suzuki Australia

Team Motul Suzuki’s current two-time Australian Motocross Champion and defending Australian Supercross Champion Matt Moss will return with Suzuki Australia’s factory team in 2015. 

The 26-year-old recently clinched his second consecutive MX Nationals MX1 championship on board the Jay Foreman Racing-prepared RM-Z450, and has confirmed the pairing will aim for a third premier class outdoor title…

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BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy North America 2014, day 5

BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy North America 2014, day 5

Day 5 of the 2014 International GS Trophy was as action-packed as it gets, with spectacular off-road highlights, extremely testing specials, the surprise of a lifetime for one of the competitors and – in a first for the Trophy – a public reception where guests were invited to come along and see what the Trophy is all about.

Today was the first time the 2014 GS Trophy started and finished in the…

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