Suzuki Live coming to Cadwell Park

Suzuki is set to welcome owners and enthusiasts to Cadwell Park on Friday 10 June for Suzuki Live, where the Japanese firm will celebrate both new and old models alike.

Motorcyclists on Susuki motorbikes lined up behind eachother.
Photo retrieved from www.suzukipress.co.uk

The event will provide track sessions for bikes of all ages, test rides, special celebrity guests, classic bike displays and a parade lap for five of Barry Sheene’s iconic race bikes, which have recently been restored by Suzuki’s Vintage Parts Programme.

Throughout the day, key models from Suzuki’s on-road product range will be available to test ride on the stunning roads around Cadwell Park; including S1000GT sports tourer, GSX-S1000 naked and third generation Hayabusa,

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A classic bike display will comprise a 1985 GSX-R750F, the TL1000s built brand new by the Vintage Parts Programme in 2014, a 1991 GSX-R1100L, and the Team Classic Suzuki Katana endurance racer.

Among others, celebrity special guests will include three-time British Superbike champion John Reynolds and World Superbike and EWC champion and MotoGP test rider-extraordinaire Sylvain Guintoli, and Danny Webb, who will be out on the RG500 he campaigned at the Classic TT for Team Classic Suzuki.

A representative from Suzuki GB, Ian Bland, said: “It’s going to be a great celebration of Suzukis of all ages and at a circuit that is a firm favourite with many riders. Suzuki track days have been a regular feature of our events calendars in the past, however, for obvious reasons, they’ve been more difficult over the last couple of years. But this is shaping up to be a great event, with some great bikes and special guests too. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone and enjoying the action.”

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Split into three groups, there are 111 track day spaces available on the day, costing £135 per person. However, access is free to those wishing to watch the action and the parades, or take a test ride.

Those wanting to take part in test rides must present a valid licence and produce a DVLA check code or National Insurance number.

To register for Suzuki Live click here or visit bike.msvtrackdays.com.

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