Suzuki takes stand at Classic bike show

Suzuki will be offering rides on its V-Strom at the show.

IF you fancy taking a look at the latest new Suzuki bikes, then take a classic viewpoint!
The Japanese bike maker is taking out space at this year’s Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show, which will be taking place at the Stafford Showground on October 15 and 16.
The weekend will be packed with things to see and do and Suzuki aim to be a big part of that. For those bike fans who haven’t yet had the chance to ride the recently launched V-Strom 650 ABS machine, then you are in luck at the show. Suzuki is have a selection of machines available for ride outs with the Institute of Advanced Motorcyclists. Among the offerings will be the V-Strom 650, the GSR750, which has just won an MCN award, the popular GSX1250FA ST. And, for those looking for a machine with a difference, the Intruder C800 cruiser is on the list.
For those who will not be taking advantage of a ride out, Suzuki will also have Kevin Schwantz’s RGV500 racing machine to drool over. Kevin won the 1993 World Grand Prix title on this model, which will sit alongside more modern bikes from Suzuki.
There will also be a parts and accessories section, along with a range of the latest clothing.
* Test ride conditions apply — participants must hold and produce a valid, clean UK driving licence (both parts) on the day. Damage/theft is not covered.