The legacy continues on for Suzuki New Zealand, its fledgling GIXXER Cup competition again serving as motivation and an inspiration for many aspiring young Kiwi racers.
Now celebrating its third season, the GIXXER Cup series has well and truly established itself as the premier competition for road-racing novices.
In terms of raw power, entertainment and high drama, the Suzuki International Series has it all.
The writing is on the wall for rivals of Honda’s Rees brothers.
He came, he saw and he conquered … visiting British champion Richard Cooper swept the major trophies at this year’s edition of the popular Suzuki International Series.
It’s true that every racer at any event has a story worth telling, but, for Nelson’s Tyrone Kuipers, his Saturday at Manfeild was something really special.
Visiting British superbike champion Richard Cooper has shown once again that he’s a fast bike racer and a fast learner too.
It is extremely tight at the top in many of the bike categories after two rounds in this year’s Suzuki International Series and that means the racing will go down to the wire at the final round in Whanganui on … Continue reading →
The GIXXER Cup competition is again threatening to steal the show as a couple of rule tweaks have given the 2019 edition a little extra spice.
Watch this space – Whanganui’s Richie Dibben is the real deal when it comes to racing motorcycles of any description.
Bay of Plenty brothers Damon and Mitch Rees will be looking ahead with confidence to the rest of the summer and well into 2020 too after stunning performances at the first major bike event of the new season.
There simply aren’t enough superlatives to describe the depth of talent, wealth of excitement, level of energy or scale of entertainment on show at the opening round of the 2019 Suzuki International Series at Taupo at the weekend.
Summer is here, Christmas is coming and the nation’s best motorcycle road race tracks are beckoning.
Days are being counted down as New Zealand’s road-racing community braces itself for the start of the high-profile Suzuki International Series.
The brilliant build-up continues for Bay of Plenty brothers Mitch and Damon Rees as they race towards the start of a fresh New Zealand Superbike Championships season.
It could again be mate versus mate when the Suzuki International Series kicks off in six weeks’ time.
Forget Lightbox, Netflix, Spark Sport or Sky TV for your summer viewing – get royally entertained with live motorcycle racing at the always-popular Suzuki International Series, starting in December.
It is going to be another scorching summer of motorcycling this year with excitement starting to build ahead of the 2019 edition of the Suzuki International Series.
Entries are flooding in for the Suzuki International Series road-race competition and organiser Allan ‘Flea’ Willacy may yet again have trouble fitting them all in.
Suzuki’s popular GIXXER Cup competition is set to go ‘next level’.