Nico Bakker framed Suzuki GT750.
"Big dual-purpose singles are back in fashion. We take two of the biggest, Kawasaki's KLR600 and Suzuki's DR600 and ask the time-honoured question: are the less than two grand dirt bikes less than too grand for the dirt?"
"Think of the RM250 as the basic chunk in an expert's 30-story pyramid. The first 27 stories come with the bike. You supply the final three: tuning, tailoring and modifying."
"TL and back! Suzuki's V-twin superbike platform serves up a mixed platter that's more filling and tastes great."
"Suzuki finally gets its touring show on the road."
"So you always wanted to be an expert, eh? Try this for motivation. Commit yourself to the new RM by slapping down 1859 greenbacks, and you'll get a bike that punishes sloppy riding and requires full concentration to keep in the powerband. You're on your way to expert, like it or not."
"Get ready for the best game since Space Invaders. It's called RG-Gamma."
"Hang on to your boost gauges, turbo-fans: Suzuki's long-awaited puffer is the best turbo we've tried. And more good news: The running gear is simply outstanding."
"Suzuki planners looked hard at their old multi-purpose GS750, and junked it, perfectly wonderful though it was. Then the company built the most sporting pavement Suzuki this side of an RG500."
"Sporting simplicity, for those to whom too much is more than enough."
"Suzuki's finishing school does wonders for the 850's manners."
"Suzuki has taken the no-hassle torque converter one step further by linking it to shaft drive, thus creating motorcycling's most invisible urbanite."
"Not just for the power mad racers, the GS1100 has the torque and control to do nearly anything."
"What's civilized on the freeways, adaptable to mountain road chicanery - and can run a quarter-mile in a mere 11.18 seconds at 119.84 mph? Only one guess, please."
"Suzuki has combined record horsepower with light weight and an ultra-refined chassis to give us the quickest, best handling, most exciting Superbike ever made. It's what we've always wanted: an iron fist in a velvet glove."
"Contemporary styling, tough performance, exceptional comfort, and guess what? Shaft drive."
"No one can deny that the Suzuki 370's torquey engines and light weight give these first-generation, dual-purpose thumpers genial, fun-loving personalities. But an easy wheelie isn't the sum of performance: their mechanical characters need refining."