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Suzuki adds ’90s bikes to vintage parts programme

An example of a 1992 Suzuki GSXR750

An example of a 1992 Suzuki GSXR750

SUZUKI’S Vintage Parts programme has been a huge success with more than 140,000 parts sold worldwide in 2014.

The Japanese bike maker launched the programme specifically to help riders breathe life back into long-forgotten treasures lurking in their garages.

Owners of the RGV250 will no doubt be pleased to hear that there are close to 1,000 parts still available, while there are 1,400 for the GSX-R750F/H and 1,200 for the GT750.

Because of the success of the initial programme, Suzuki in Britain has decided to add a new Modern Classics section that will focus on bikes from the 1990s.

Aftersales marketing co-ordinator for the group Tim Davies said: “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.”

He explained the company’s decision to focus on parts for bikes from that decade would make updating the machines even easier.


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