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Having exchanged for the seventh decade, Michio Suzuki realized the advantages of motorized transport and decided to produce motorbikes.
The design of the prototype was carried out during November 1951.
It was equipped with a 36 cc two-stroke engine that could clip to any bike frame above the lower frame bracket.
The first Suzuki model called Power Free was sold in June 1952.
In March 1953, the Power Free was followed by the 60 cc Diamond Free, which won its class in the Mount Fuji mountain competition in 1953.
The company's first road bike, the Colleda, appeared in May 1954, and the 90 cc 1-cylinder, 4-stroke machine immediately won the Mount Fuji competition against 85 competitors.
Launched in 1955, the 125 cc Colleda ST 2-stroke motorcycle indicated the direction in which production should take.
In 1957, a new plant was built, increasing the production capacity of Suzuki, which brought it closer to Honda in terms of production.
Meanwhile, the son of founder Shunzo Suzuki toured the US and returned with the conviction of the opportunity to break into the North American market.
In 1995, Suzuki released a car that became a benchmark for other manufacturers.
It was a Bandit 600 designed for both on-road and off-road driving, which was equipped with a detuned up to 80 hp an oil-cooled version of the GSX-R600 engine mounted in a tubular steel frame.
The rider's seating position on this bike, which was not a cruiser or a retro bike, but a street fighter or a racing replica, was vertical, with a half fairing version offered as an option.
The motorcycle immediately gained popularity in all regions and became the most successful in terms of sales.
The company also released the Bandit 1200, which was also offered in two formats: with and without a half fairing.
In late 1999, Suzuki entered the market with its own lighter and better competitor to the Bandit 600, the SV650 V-twin, again with and without fairing.
All Japanese manufacturers were competing with smaller manufacturers in Europe and the United States, and Suzuki launched the V-twin in 1997 as a direct challenge to Ducati.
Equipped with an eight-valve V-twin-cylinder engine with two camshafts, the TL1000 125 hp motorcycle. with. was not only cheaper than Ducati, but also more user-friendly, while offering a more exhilarating ride than Honda's VTR1000 Firestorm.
The company did not stop there and in 1998, released an even more powerful machine TL1000R as a base for V-twin motorcycles of the Superbike category of the Suzuki brand.
By the end of the 1990s. the scooter boom began, and many new models from a variety of manufacturers appeared on the market.
Suzuki, of course, could not help but take part in such an important event, and was among the best
In 1998 the company entered the market with the Burgman 250 cc scooter.
Not calming down after creating such a relatively powerful city vehicle, the company in 1999 released a modification with a 400 cc engine, which turned out to be the most powerful scooter on the eve of 2000 with a maximum speed of 161 km / h.
In the same year, a supersport motorcycle with a capacity of 173 hp was created capable of developing twice the speed. with. GSX1300R Hayabusa named after the Japanese falcon.
This motorcycle in 2.75 seconds accelerated to a speed of 97 km / h, and in 10 seconds - to 225 km / h.