Our thoughts on the 2018 INTERMOT trade show in Cologne, Germany and what it means for the motorcycle industry.
The Suzuki Katana was a big draw at this year’s INTERMOT show, and the bike promises to have both style and substance for sport riders.
An adjustable swingarm pivot, steel braided brake lines, and an up/down quickshifter come to the 2019 Suzuki GSX-R1000.
The new Suzuki Katana is finally here, but it is really just a GSX-S1000F in Katana clothing.
Here is a rundown on all the new motorcycles that are going to debut at INTERMOT, AIMExpo, and EICMA for the 2019 model year and beyond.
Suzuki Motor of America is trying a new program where it will pay GSX-R owners $100 to go get their recalls completed.
Suzuki Moto Italia has created the Suzuki GSX-R1000 Ryuyo, a 209hp track-only superbike that only 20 lucky people will get to own.
Is it INTERMOT yet? Because that is the only way that we will get Suzuki to stop teasing what is almost definitely a new Katana motorcycle.
Another day, another video from Suzuki that really looks like a new Katana teaser. It seems increasingly likely that we will see a Katana street bike debut at INTERMOT.
Suzuki Moto Italia is teasing this carbon fiber GSX-R1000 on social media. We don’t know what it means, but it has something to do with MotoGP and it will debut at EICMA.
All signs point to Suzuki reviving the “Katana” name for an upcoming motorcycle model, but we take a different look at this news, and what else it could possibly mean.