SUZUKI TEST RIDE ROADSHOW HEADS TO NOTTINGHAM, SOUTHAMPTON AND DORSET THIS WEEKEND

The award-winning Suzuki GSR750

The award-winning Suzuki GSR750

Suzuki GB’s summer-long Test Ride Roadshow heads to HBC Motorcycles in Nottingham this weekend (Saturday 6 April) along with Crescent Motorcycles in Southampton (Saturday 6 April) followed by the Crescent Motorcycles Verwood Site- the home of the FIXI Crescent Superbike Team (Sunday 7th April), as the nationwide dealer event enters its second month.

Suzuki 2013 Test Ride Event With an additional fleet of demo machines provided by Suzuki, almost all of the 2013 range will be available to test ride, including the legendary Hayabusa and GSX-R1000, the popular V-Strom 650 ABS adventure bike, and the mile-munching GSX1250FA and GSX650F tourers.

The all-new and award-winning Inazuma 250 is also available to try, as are the Intruder C1500T and M1800R cruisers, and the Burgman 650 ABS Executive luxury scooter.

HBC Motorcycles’ Steve Powis said ahead of the event,“We’re looking forward to seeing everyone who comes along for the day. As well as most of Suzuki’s diverse range available to try, we’ve also got a number of raffle prizes up for grabs on the day and we’re laying on refreshments for everyone.” To contact HBC Motorcycles and book your test ride in advance, call 0115 837 0042, and find them at 2A Triumph Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 2GA.

Martyn James, Crescent Motorcycles dealer principal, said, “This weekend marks a great opportunity to try a number of different bikes in the diverse Suzuki range. It should be a good couple of days and we’re looking forward to welcoming everyone who comes along to see us.” To book your test ride in advance, contact Crescent Motorcycles, Southampton, on 023 8040 3203, and find them at Victoria Garage, Portsmouth Road, Burledon, Southampton, SO31 8ER or for the Sunday event Crescent Motorcycles, Verwood, call 01202 820170 and find them at 23 Black Moor Road, Ebblake Industrial Estate, Verwood, Dorset, BH31 6AX.

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