Suzuki Modern Classics Website Now Live

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Fancy old Suzuki motorcycles but you feel sad each time you have to spend hours searching for info on these machines? Sigh no more, Suzuki’s UK dealer has just surfaced a new website section dedicated to both the Vintage and Modern Classics machines. The website arrives as a natural complement to the existing two parts schemes: the initial vintage bikes parts one, which was followed by a similar endeavor for the modern classic two-wheelers.
Owners of older RGV bikes already proved that the parts scheme was a brilliant idea, and Suzuki is said to offer thousands of parts for motorcycles such as the 2-stroke RGV250, GT750 or the GSX-R750F, all original. More models are being added to this veritable motorcycle treasure, with the most recent project being the GSX-R1100L which gets around 1,500 parts for builders and those planning to restore the bikes.

New bikes added regularly

The Modern Classics scheme was in fact launched in late 2014 with a restored TL1000S v-twin beast which was presented at the Motorcycle Live show. “Launching with the GSX-R1100L, the TL1000 is set to be added to the programme next month, followed by other popular models from the 1990s, including bikes such as the Bandit 600 and Bandit 1200, all live on the website by May this year,” Suzuki officials told MCN.

Still, more goodies are on their way, as Suzuki GB's Aftersales Marketing Co-ordinator Tim Davies adds: "Our Vintage Parts programme has been hugely popular since its launch, and we're delighted to now add the new Modern Classics section, focusing solely on bikes from the 1990s. There are a number of bikes from the '90s that still hold big appeal for customers, and there are a lot of owners out there restoring or maintaining bikes from that period. The Modern Classics area of the Vintage Parts programme makes that experience even easier."

The Suzuki machines manufactured before 1990 are considered Vintage models, while the ones made through 1999 are the Modern Classics. Follow the link to find out more about the Suzuki Vintage and Modern Classic bikes.
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