SUZUKI Ozark 250 5-Speed 2009 - 2010
SUZUKI Ozark 250 5-Speed (2009 - 2010) Description & History: Created by Suzuki to show how sport and utility have to be mixed, the 2009 Ozark 250 5-Speed brings in the best of the two worlds. A comfort-oriented design allows riders to spend more time in the saddle with less fatigue, and this is good fro both work and play, while the 5-speed manual-shift transmission is neatly complemented by an automatic clutch which makes transitions smooth and reduces power loss.
The 2009 Suzuki Ozark 250 5-Speed is also a compact ATV, and this makes operating it less intimidating, even for inexperience users. Suitable for riders 16 and older, this quad can be the perfect choice if a mid-sized machine ready for work and play is required.
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Suzuki shows the first official video of their new XRH-1 MotoGP machine as the 2013 testing reached an end. The Hamamatsu group switched to an in-line 4-cylinder architecture are are aiming at a resounding return to MotoGP in 2015. Even more, as they plan to make an entry as a factory team (in case Dorna makes som... Continue Reading →
The recently-unveiled Extrigger electric monkey bike is a good way to measure the new waters Suzuki seems to be sailing. Modern and by far radically different from the usual Hamamatsu machines, this small electric bike looks like a bold first step in to a new era for Suzuki. Though powered by the rather modest eng... Continue Reading →
Riding a quad on back roads is definitely a glorious way to spend a weekend afternoon, but wilderness comes with so much more than relaxing scenery to enjoy. And if the bumpy road is one of the things you're really after, wild animals may not be the best thing to run into. This ride could have ended in a very... Continue Reading →
More pics of the sweet Suzuki Recursion concept are emerging, and this only makes our hope fly high again, as we're dreaming that we get to see Hamamatsu's concept making it into production. In the neverending chase for faster, more powerful, Suzuki took a wild turn, but it may prove that the choice was ... Continue Reading →
Suzuki will bring their new 2014 GSR250S bike at the Tokyo Motor Show in the last week of the month, but thanks to Mr. Bike we can show you this footage before the wraps come off the new model. The 2014 Suzuki GSR250S is a half-fairing version of the GSR250 and a derivative of the iconic GW250, aiming to provide r... Continue Reading →
The 2014 V-Strom 1000 is one of the most important bikes in Suzuki's line-up for the next year and after showcasing the specs and new features of the bike, interest raised dramatically. The big Strom has already started shipping to dealerships around the world and we're got "Stromy" news from Cana... Continue Reading →
Suzuki has revealed the first details of their special edition Japan-only GSX-1300R Hayabusa. Like many other manufacturers which load the latest technologies in the new bikes for 2014, Suzuki has endowed the new Japan Hayabusa with S- DMS (Suzuki Drive Mode Selector) and electronic traction control, which will be... Continue Reading →
Despite the Hamamatsu group said the new project "Recursion" will not be showed t the 2013 EICMA in early November, it will be present at the Tokyo Motor Show later this year. Is it the dawn of a new turbocharged motorcycle era? A 100% accurate answer cannot be given yet, but Suzuki seems pretty interest... Continue Reading →
At the Tokyo Motor Show, Suzuki showed a very cool electric bike concept called Extrigger. Nobody knows whether the cool idea will ever make it into mass production, but I am positive I am not the only one who wishes they did. The bike looks like a mixture between the tall stance of a motocross and the aggressive,... Continue Reading →
It's not looking good for Suzuki, financial figures for the end of the year as they have to replace to master front brake cylinder for some 210,228 motorcycles. We reported earlier that Suzuki issued a voluntary recall campaign as they found out what was causing the decreased stopping performance with some of... Continue Reading →