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The Suzuki Motor Corporation was founded by Michio Suzuki in 1909, as a manufacturer of weaving machines. From its base in Hamamatsu, the Suzuki Loom Works, as it was then known, supplied weaving equipment to hundreds of small fabrics manufacturers in and between Tokyo, Yokohama, and Nagoya. At the time, textile manufacturing was one of Japan's biggest industries. It provided a growing and stable market for the Suzuki enterprise. In 1920, Michio Suzuki took his company public and named the new firm Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Company. Surprisingly, however, 32 years later the heart of the new Suzuki product line was a small 36cc engine that could be used to motorize bicycles. Production of the moped, called the Power Free, began in 1952, prompting Suzuki to abandon weaving equipment entirely. In conjunction with the introduction of the new product line, the company changed its name to Suzuki Motor Co., Ltd. in 1954, the same year it introduced its first motorcycle, the Colleda. More Info at: www.answers.com/topic/suzuki-motor-corporation


 


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2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 - Jay Leno's Garage
2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 . How fast could you go? Do the power-to-weight math: 155 at the rear wheel at 452 pounds... Competition is fierce in the crowded realm of the literbike. So despite an incredible record of consecutive AMA Superbike wins, Suzuki decided to go back to the drawing board for a completely new soup-to-nuts redesign of the GSX-R1000 for 2009. Suzuki Motorcycle's Garrett Kai jokes that the only elements carried over from last year's model are the fuel tank cap and the oil filter. The differences may seem subtle to the untrained eye, but to a superbike aficionado, Suzuki has gone the distance to improve upon previous near perfection. The overall appearance of the Gixxer Thou is more aggressive and more refined, and more compact than its forebear. Weight has been cut back six pounds to a total net of 452 pounds. The redesigned 999cc inline four-cylinder engine is over two inches shorter, which in turn shortens the wheelbase for greater maneuverability, and allows for a longer swingarm, yielding improved corner traction. Technology from racing's cutting edge has informed most aspects of the bike's new design, including a new cable-actuated clutch system, and big piston forks. Indeed, with 155 hp at the rear wheel, you might want to have some racing experience before attempting to tap this bike's potential. That's right, for a mere $12,899, you too can enjoy grand prix performance in a two-wheeled street machine. An avid Suzuki collector, Jay already has a 1975 RE5 and a 1966 X6 Hustler among others in his collection, and was beyond thrilled when Suzuki presented him with the first production GSX-R1000 as a thank you for his support of the motorcycle industry. Jay will have to break his Gixxer in easy for the first 500 miles, keeping it below 4000 rpm - where most cars redline! » Subscribe: http://bit.ly/JLGSubscribe » Visit the Official Site: http://bit.ly/JLGOfficialSite THE BEST OF JAY LENO'S GARAGE » Exclusive First Looks: http://bit.ly/JLGExclusives » Ultra Rare Supercars: http://bit.ly/JLGSupercars » Jay's Book Club: http://bit.ly/JLGBookClub JAY LENO'S GARAGE ON SOCIAL Follow Jay: http://Twitter.com/LenosGarage Like Jay: http://Facebook.com/JayLenosGarage ABOUT JAY LENO'S GARAGE A new video every Sunday! Visit Jay Leno's Garage, the Emmy-winning series where Jay Leno gives car reviews, motorcycle reviews, compares cars, and shares his passion and expertise on anything that rolls, explodes, and makes noise. Classic cars, restomods, super cars like the McLaren P1, sports cars like Porsche 918 Spyder and Camaro Z28, cafe racers, vintage cars, and much, much more. Subscribe for more: http://full.sc/JD4OF8 NBC ON SOCIAL: NBC YouTube: http://full.sc/MtLxIM NBC Facebook: http://facebook.com/NBC NBC Twitter: http://twitter.com/NBC NBC Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NBC/posts 2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 - Jay Leno's Garage http://youtu.be/3XDpVQPNQJ4 Jay Leno's Garage http://www.youtube.com/user/jaylenosgarage





BMW Motorcycle Production at Berlin Plant
The first BMW car, was built in Berlin: on 22 March 1929 the first BMW 3/15 PS's left the production hall rented by BMW near Berlin-Johannisthal Airport. The first BMW motorcycle, the R 32 featuring an air-cooled twin-flat engine and shaft drive, was presented a few years earlier in 1923 at the German Car Show in Berlin. The BMW Plant Berlin was part of the team almost from the start: the history of BMW AG started with the production of aircraft engines in Berlin. The first BMW motorcycle built in Berlin - a BMW R 60/2 -- came off the assembly line in 1967, but the motorcycle of the Berlin Plant in the former aircraft engine plant started much earlier back in 1949 with production of the first parts for motorcycles still built in Munich back then. Over the years, motorcycle production was shifted step-by-step from Munich to Berlin. And to this day, Berlin remains the only production plant for BMW motorcycles the world over. Nearly all parts and components required for this purpose were manufactured at the Plant, with a total workforce of not quite 400 employees working in motorcycle production back then. Apart from consistently modernising the facilities, motorcycle production as a whole was substantially expanded in 1983 upon the introduction of the K-Series, BMW AG investing some DM 500 million in an entirely new assembly building and system, as well as a highly automated production line for engine components. Ten years later the Company modernised and expanded the Assembly Hall and the Machining Shop for engine and chassis components upon the introduction of the new Boxer generation. And to assemble the single-cylinder F 650 models built at the Berlin Plant since spring 2000, an additional assembly line was installed to provide the capacity required. Today a total of 1,923 employees build up to 540 motorcycles a day in BMW's three model series -- motorcycles with a single-, two- or four-cylinder power unit. To achieve the growth targets set by the Company in the highly competitive motorcycle market, the BMW Group invested a total of more than Euro 117 million in the expansion of motorcycle production in the years 2001-2003. In February 2002 the Berlin Plant opened a brand-new production building for motorcycle assembly which, with its "intelligent" C-hook system, is absolutely unique throughout the worldwide motorcycle industry. Ultra-modern five-directional machining centres, a high-tech 10-directional laser cutting system, and a valve seat force-fit machine developed exclusively by BMW for production purposes are further examples of truly outstanding efficiency and flexibility -- and, at the same time, serve to guarantee premium quality.The same premium quality is ensured by the new Engine Assembly Shop with its highly flexible assembly system and high-tech testing equipment, which successfully entered operation in September 2003. Since November 2003 the BMW Plant Berlin has been painting motorcycle parts in a new Paintshop, using trendsetting technologies and working to the highest standards of environmental protection. In all, this makes BMW's Motorcycle Plant in Berlin one of the most modern motorcycle plants in the world. Apart from motorcycles, the Berlin Plant has been manufacturing components such as brake discs for car production ever since 1979. Accordingly, Berlin plays an active role within the BMW Group's production network, supplying automotive parts.





2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 Walkaround
American Suzuki goes over some of the highlights of the all-new 2011-model GSX-R600.





YOSHIMURA FACTORY TOUR - YOKOHAMA JAPAN
Quick little behind the scenes vid we did whilst shooting photos of the factory for a number of magazines HoonTV and AFG Moto were lucky enough to get a first hand tour of the entire Yoshimura factory in Yokohama Japan with Fujio Yoshimura himself!





1960's Suzuki Factory Tour
A vintage film about the Suzuki Motor Company from the 60's. Enjoy!





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HOW MUCH NITROUS ON A BIKE?!?
A few of the bike runs at Dallas Raceway near Crandall, TX - 8/26/11. The green Ninja was spraying a pretty sick amount of Nitrous! Be sure to check us out on Facebook at Triple-X Motorsports & Outdoors for all the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/TripleX.Motorsports #56 - Top Favorited (Today) - Autos & Vehicles #35 - Top Rated (Today) - Autos & Vehicles





Suzuki GSX-R1000 2009
Suzuki GSX-R1000 2009





Suzuki Factory Tour
Tour of the Suzuki ATV factory.





Ducati A Story of Passion - Factory Tour
Webisode #3 - Ducati Factory Tour - Excerpt from Pro Italia's "Ducati: A Story of Passion" - Take a tour of the Ducati Factory in Bologna, Italy!





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Test drive: The new Suzuki Hayabusa
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Camel Trophy 1996 - Kalimantan
Although the "special tasks" were introduced at the beginning of the decade, some would argue that the 1996 event was the last "traditional" Camel Trophy. Starting at Balikpapan on the east coast of Kalimantan, the route wound its way through the very heart of Borneo to the finish approximately 100km north of Pontianac on the west coast. From the Dusit Inn Hotel, teams made there way to the first set of special tasks via a barge crossing of the Balikpapan River and then on into serious jungle and mountain terrain. Many of the tracks and trails in the interior had not seen any form of motorised transport for more than a decade and were in diabolical condition. Just the job for Camel Trophy. From the task site the route swung in a large loop first north, then east towards Muaratewe, where heavy rains had turned much of the countryside into swamp. The teams battled for days through seemingly impossible conditions, heading for the small river port and crossing site at Tumbang Samba. However this was not to be. Conditions became so bad and progress so slow that, in order to have any hope of making the finish on time, a detour was found bypassing some of the most treacherous sections. The convoy moved on, at last able to make a reasonable mileage per day but still behind schedule. Days turned into 24- hour marathons, each with its own set of problems to be overcome. Eventually, after missing out a planned section in the extreme south west of the island, the weary crews arrived at the last special task site on the coast near Singkawang. A day and a half of special tasks followed before the teams headed in convoy for the final award ceremony held later that evening in the principle hotel in Pontianac This was the last Camel Trophy to adhere to the traditional formula of teams undertaking the route as a convoy. Like its predecessors it will be remembered for the camaraderie and team spirit generated amongst the crews as they worked together to overcome the odds. Once this concept was lost, critics say the event never truly regained its magical qualities, to say nothing of its toughness, character and reputation as the "Ultimate Adventure". Team Vehicles: Land Rover Discovery 300Tdi Support Vehicles: Land Rover Defender 110 300Tdi Distance: 1,490km by road Number of Teams: 18 Participating Countries: Belgium - Deirdre Morael & Wim de Vocht Canary Islands - Adolfo Suanzes & Belen de la Fuente Czech Republic - Zdenek Tomasek & Jakub Havel Denmark/Norway - Bjorn Jacques & Henrik Jorgensen Finland/Sweden - Pontus Hellgren & Ato Ihamaki France - Denis Rosand & Yves Truelle Germany - Christine Hofer & Eberhard Stettner Greece - Miltos Farmakis & Nikos Solirchos - Camel Trophy & Land Rover Award Holland - Carolien Stelma & Alex van Delft Italy - Giampaolo Giusti & CristianBertolani Japan - Tomotaka Miyata & Minoru Omae Morocco - Samir Berrada & Yorel Levy Poland - Jarek Kazberuk & Michal Kielbasinski Russia - Dmitriy Surin & Alexei Svirkov - Special Task Award South Africa - Samuel de Beer & Pieter du Plessis - Team Spirit Award Spain - Antonio Canete & Ricardo Quiros Switzerland - Olivier Soltermann & Andrea Burkhardt Turkey - Selim Kemahli & Ali Nasuh Mahruki United Kingdom - William Tapley & John Leach United States - Ken Cameron & Fred Hoess





2015 Suzuki gsxr 1000 Super Bike Sport All New Motorcycle Price Specifications Overview
2015 Suzuki gsxr 1000 Super Bike Sport All New Motorcycle Price Specifications Overview - 2015 Suzuki GSX-R1000? Suzuki's upcoming MotoGP bike, powered by an inline-Four, may play a big role in a future GSX-R1000. honda motogp Is this photo-illustration what a street version of Suzuki's new MotoGP bike would look like? When we first saw images of Suzuki's inline-Four MotoGP mule being tested in preparation for a return to the series in 2015, we wondered if the Hamamatsu-based company was also planning to make a... Published on July 17 2013, 19:08 Source: www.cycleworld.com Crutchlow's Ducati MotoGP Bike: Let's Take A Look by staff Monday, February 10, 2014 Meanwhile, Cal Crutchlow's Ducati MotoGP bike, photographed at Sepang last week, shows how different a Ducati lab bike may be from a Ducati works racer. Note the body-hugging carbon panel seams, the large "bat... Twenty-eight years ago, in 1985, the Suzuki GSX-R entered the world and changed the motorcycle landscape as we know it. In 2012, Suzuki celebrated the one-millionth GSX-R to roll off the assembly line with a limited run ofspecial edition GSX-R1000s. Fittingly, only 1,985 will be produced... Suzuki chose the Indianapolis Grand Prix as the place to celebrate its first 50 years in the U.S. market and to reveal there a special-edition GSX-R1000. One hundred GSX-R1000SEs will be produced worldwide, each of which will be distinguished by a brilliantly polished and chromed chassis, unique... Suzuki is recalling 2004-2013 GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 sportbikes as well as GSX-R1000 models from 2005-2013 because of a problem with their front brake master cylinders. As of publication, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has not officially announced any recalls because of the... During the Indianapolis MotoGP festivities this weekend, Suzuki announced the first of its 2014 sportbike models, a cosmetically updated Limited Edition of the GSX-R1000. Built to commemorate the firm's 50 years in the U.S., the GSX-R features blue-accented items—some painted, some... Here's your chance to own a piece of history. It's not often you find a significant motorcycle for sale in mint condition like this 1986 Suzuki GSX-R1100. The owner, a collector and restorer in his own right, bought it from someone who had maintained this completely original bike, even down to... Honda's Production MotoGP Bike Tested At Motegi Monday, May 27, 2013 This just in from HRC: Honda completes successful test of new production model for MotoGP at Motegi Circuit Honda will unveil an entirely new production model machine for the 2014 FIM Road Racing World Championship, Grand Prix...




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