We’re excited to see the Suzuki village back at the Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show this year, it’s probably our favourite element of the whole show, as it combines so many facets of classic Suzuki machinery. It’s been really successful over the last couple of years, and we’re looking forward to seeing it back for a third year. As well as our own display of iconic Suzuki road and race machines and Team Classic Suzuki bikes, there’s an array of other clubs and collections.

The Katana and Air-Cooled Suzuki club have a great selection of mainly GSX machines, while there’s also Old Skool Suzuki making its first appearance in the village/marquee along with the GT X7 club, which will showcase some great examples of the iconic GT250X7. Vintage Parts specialist dealership, Robinsons Foundry, will be on hand selling parts and clothing, as well as Suzuki Performance Spares. The Suzuki Owners’ Club will also be present with a display.

With 2018 marking 25 years since Kevin Schwantz lifted the 1993 500 Grand Prix world title, there will be a special display of some of the American’s race bikes, including the bike he raced to glory that year, and the 1989 Pepsi RGV500 that was fully restored at Motorcycle Live last year. There will also be a display of bikes from our current model range, including the GSX-R1000R and SV650X.

We’re excited to get the show underway.