Suzuki








Suzuki RM62

Suzuki RM63

Suzuki RM64

Suzuki RK65

Suzuki RK66

Suzuki RK67

Suzuki RP68

Suzuki production racers

Suzuki replicas

Suzuki powered specials







Suzuki RM62






Being the second largest motorcycle factory in Japan, the Suzuki Factory spotted the growing overseas market for small capacity motorbikes and decided to exhibit their products in the famed Isle of Man races. Notice that the first Suzuki 50cc engines had a strong resemblence to the MZ race- engines of Walter Kaaden

Suzuki RM63






Changes for the 1963 season involved a revised engine, frame:

Suzuki RM64





Suzuki RK65






Suzuki RK66






Suzuki RK67






From Suzuki came a revised bike with aerodynamical features like a raised engine- mounting position by a whole 3 inches. That alloved a sleeker fairing covering the 41cm wide engine. Carburettors grew 2mm, and a mechanical waterpump increased the cooling effiency. These improvements resulted in a higher topspeed and this awesome machine won every single race in that year!
Although Suzuki withdrew from the 50cc championship for the 1968 season Hans Georg Anscheidt went on competing on a RK67.

Enjoy the sight and sounds of the Suzuki twins:




Copy & paste please!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5SIh9Q2new
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5zHL5uxEOU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AF4f384SFyA

Suzuki RP68


















Suzuki production racers






"The Suzuki on which I finished third in the Isle of Man TT, behind
the two "Works" Suzukis of Stuart Graham and Hans Georg Anscheidt
was only an over the counter production racer (with I think only six
speeds) and was many MPH slower than the factory bikes. Only my
own knowledge of the TT circuit helped me gain a podium finish on
this slower bike."
Tommy Robb 2012.




Suzuki replica racers








Suzuki specials