The Suzuki win streak at the cross-country nationals was stretched to four on Saturday, only this time with a fresh different rider taking the chequered flag.
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Bay of Plenty's Brad Groombridge is certainly getting the most out of his Suzuki motorcycles.
It needed to be a fight-back of epic proportions, but Wellington's Sloan Frost and his Suzuki GSX-R1000 were up for it.
After two treacherously difficult motos in the deep mud of Indonesia, Suzuki World MX2 rider Jeremy Seewer came out victorious for his first ever overall result today aboard his RM-Z250
National enduro champion Brad Groombridge knows he's in for a tough time this season as he attempts to defend his title, but he's also thriving on the challenge.
Michael Dunlop is set to race the all-new GSX-R1000 in 2017, the 13-time Isle of Man TT winner signing for the new-look Bennetts Suzuki team for the forthcoming season.
Ever taken a knife to a gunfight? How about taking a street bike to a street fight?
Suzuki World MXGP Team brimming with potential and with the brand-new 2018 RM-Z450WS
A 10-point surplus turned into a 26-point deficit for defending national superbike champion Sloan Frost at the weekend, but the Suzuki man is still putting on a brave face.
It is first blood to Suzuki's defending champion Sloan Frost after the weekend's opening round of four in this season's New Zealand Superbike Championships.
The margins between success and failure in superbike racing are tiny and this can mean the excitement levels in this sport are massive, but that's just the way Suzuki Series organiser Allan 'Flea' Willacy likes it.
The 2016 edition of the Suzuki Series will go down to the wire on Boxing Day after a scintillating day of racing at Manfeild's second round on Sunday.
The 2016 edition of the Suzuki Series is up and running and, in addition to scorching track temperatures on both Saturday and Sunday, the racing itself was equally red hot.
Regardless of what the weather might have in store for the Kiwi superbike community, the next few weeks are all set to sizzle as the annual Suzuki Series runs its course.
Bay of Plenty's Ben Townley is back.
Taupo's Brad Groombridge and his Suzuki have done it again.
Suzuki Motor Corporation has unveiled five new motorcycle models for 2017 at the INTERMOT International Motorcycle, Scooter and Bicycle Fair held in Cologne, Germany.
Bay of Plenty's Brad Groombridge, a stable of very fast Suzuki bikes and a flat track that was just crying out for full-throttle abuse could only mean one thing – time for the Taupo man to shine once again this season.
Team Suzuki World MX2 has already confirmed Jeremy Seewer to stay for the 2017 MX2 season, but now General Manager Stefan Everts and the Swiss have signed a deal for the 2018 and 2019 MXGP seasons.
Suzuki Endurance Racing Team put on a masterful display of consistency, control and machine reliability to win the opening round of the new 2016-2017 Endurance World Championship, the 80th Anniversary Bol d’Or 24-Hour Race, at Paul Ricard Circuit in France by nine laps.
Wellington's Sloan "Choppa" Frost was in sizzling form last season, winning his first national superbike crown with an impressive nine race wins out of 12 starts, but he's keen to improve upon that by winning everything this summer.
Michael Dunlop shattered Classic TT records in Monday’s four-lap Superbike race, posting a 126.808mph lap of the Mountain course on his Team Classic Suzuki XR69 to set a new lap record, while his dominant win also handed him a new outright race record.
Ken Roczen and RCH Soaring Eagle/ Jimmy John’s/ Suzuki Factory Racing turned in a perfect 1-1 performance in Saturday’s Ironman National to collect their ninth overall victory and close out the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship in winning style.
Suzuki has won the World Endurance Championship after an exciting and drama-filled deciding-round at the Oschersleben 8-Hour Race in Germany yesterday that saw two GSX-R1000 teams take to the 2016 overall podium.
RCH Suzuki Factory Racing’s Ken Roczen clinched the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship one race early with another dominant 1-1 effort in Saturday’s Budds Creek National aboard his RM-Z450 to collect his 18th moto win and eighth overall victory of the season.
A man who has been described as the "best motorcycle street racer in the world" will be coming to New Zealand for the first time later this year.
RCH Suzuki Factory Racing’s Ken Roczen pulled-off his fifth perfect 1-1 victory of the season at the weekend’s 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship eighth round at Spring Creek in Millville, USA.
Suzuki Motor Corporation today announces the 2017 RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 production motocross machinery, which have been given a slick and stylish new look.
Ken Roczen and Broc Tickle continued the RCH Suzuki Factory Racing assault on the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship with first and third places respectively in Saturday’s RedBud National in Buchanan, Michigan.
Team Suzuki World MXGP’s Ben Townley will be out of action for the last six rounds of the 2016 FIM Motocross World Championship after suffering a crash while testing earlier this week that required a hospital visit for internal injuries.
It seems that everything that Bay of Plenty's Brad Groombridge touches this year is turning to gold.
RCH Suzuki Factory Racing’s Ken Roczen scorched the field and earned his third overall victory in as many races in Saturday afternoon’s True Value Thunder Valley National at Thunder Valley MX Park in America aboard his RM-Z450.
It has been an outstanding year for Bay of Plenty Suzuki ace Brad Groombridge and there's still six months to go.
It will be a slicker, sharper and more streamlined Suzuki strike force that takes to the Kiwi race tracks next season, with the wider motorcycling community also set to prosper from the high-profile company's new direction.
RCH Suzuki Factory Racing’s Ken Roczen turned in a flawless performance to kick off the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship with a pair of moto wins and a dominating overall victory to open the 12-round Pro Motocross season at the weekend.
Bay of Plenty's Brad Groombridge didn't need to travel all the way down to Nelson at the weekend, but it was a challenge he had set for himself anyway.
Team SUZUKI ECSTAR’s Maverick Viñales put in a stunning display of riding to score the first podium of his MotoGP™ career at Le Mans in France this afternoon, ending the race in third position and the Suzuki Factory’s first for the new GSX-RR since 2008 as team-mate Aleix Espargaró had some trouble in the race but managed a positive sixth place.