It will be a three-pronged Suzuki assault on the New Zealand Superbike Championships this summer as national champion Sloan 'Choppa' Frost puts together an impressive new team ahead of his superbike title defence.
It may have been only scant consolation, but a win is a win and that's how Taupo's Brad Groombridge feels about his success at the final round of this season's New Zealand Enduro Championships near Tokoroa on Queen's Birthday Monday.
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.
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.
Suzuki Motor Corporation has unveiled five new motorcycle models for 2017 at the INTERMOT International Motorcycle, Scooter and Bicycle Fair held in Cologne, Germany.