Suzuki all’EICMA 2006

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Suzuki all’EICMA 2006. La presenza dell’Oriente all’EICMA 2006 è degnamente rappresentata da Suzuki, grazie ai suoi prodotti aggressivi e taglienti come katane. A partire dalla famiglia GSX-R, decantata in varie versioni più o meno arricchite compresa la spaventosa $IF(SITO,11000 K7 affidata a Max Biaggi. In ambito custom si fa decisamente notare la Boulevard M109R, mentre il futuro della casa giapponese si chiama Suzuki B-King.

Suzuki at EICMA 2006 Sharp Japanese swords… Far East is worthily represented at EICMA 2006 by Suzuki, which exhibit its great aggressive models sharps as Japanese “katana” swords. Firstly we can admire the whole GSX-R family, in its different versions which include also the cutting-edge Max Biaggi’s K7. As far as custom is concerned, Boulevard M109R is definately nice, while Suzuki B-King represents the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer’s future.

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