Vintage Japanese motorcycles bear an interesting history. One will really appreciate a vintage Japanese motorcycle after learning about its history. Nowadays, there are only a few persons who realize that the Japanese motorcycle industry dates back as far as 100 years ago.
Vintage motorcycle racing is all about people’s passion with speed, but with motorcycle manufacturing; these events allow people to meet others with the same passions, to exchange information and trade bikes, and even to compete in order to see who best maintained their motorcycle.
Before the SV Suzuki motorcycle came along, riders looking for a sporty and easy-to-ride yet first bike didn’t have many options. The SV650 model is an easy manageable ride that combines a strong handling, rigid chassis and light weight, attractive features for both experienced and beginner riders.
While the YZF-R1 is known to be the fastest of all Yamaha motorcycles. The 2010 VMAX has the second best acceleration in the world. The car even appeared in Ghost rider as a dangerous flaming devil bike. Furthermore since we are discussing fast Yamaha bikes we have to mention the legendary 1975 Yamaha Silverbird.
If you are interested in the best Kawasaki motorcycles we have 3 recommendations for you. Although the gentlemen’s agreement has put some strict speed restrictions the Kawasaki Ninjas ZX-12 R and ZX-14 have still managed to create some rave amongst passionate motorcycle riders. And if you are looking for a cheap bike with great performances you should definitely consider Z750S.
The great thing about the Suzuki motorcycles is that they are fitted for all tastes and preferences. No matter if you are a beginner or an off the road adventurer you are sure to find the best model for you at the Suzuki dealership. Furthermore the company even designed the 2009 Suzuki Gladius, as the perfect ride for the ladies.