Japanese motorcycle manufacturer and global brand Suzuki has announced it will be attending the upcoming Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show this year.
Set to take place at the Royal Highland Centre on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th March 2012, the event is being run in conjunction with a number of Scottish Suzuki dealerships – Saltire Suzuki, Cupar Motorcycles, Mickey Oates Motorcycles and Scotspeed Motorcycles.<!–more–>
As such, the manufacturer has committed to bringing some of its most iconic and thrilling models to the Scottish showpiece, with the event not one that motorcycle enthusiast will want to miss.
Suzuki GB's Paul de Lusignan commented: "We and our supporting dealers are delighted to announce our combined attendance at this well-established and renowned show.
"With the recent launch of the new GSX-R1000 and key new models for 2012 like the GSR750 ABS and V-Strom 650 to try for size, we welcome all show-goers to stop by the Suzuki stand for a chat."
In addition, the brand will be bringing its new Inazuma 250 model to Scotland for the first time.
The vehicle is marketed as a cost-effective and reliable bike for those who do not want massive amounts of power, but who still wish to have a responsive and enjoyable motorcycle to ride.
Featuring a two-cylinder engine with six-speed transmission, the Inazuma 250 has been optimised for low to mid-range speeds, making it ideal for city and town traffic.
Last month, Suzuki announced its attendance at the Adelaide Motorcycle show in Belfast, Ireland.
It took place between February 10th and 12th, and saw exhibitors from around the world showcasing their latest and most popular classic models.
Suzuki wowed visitors with its display, including the GSX-R1000, the 2012 V-Strom 650 featuring the new GT pack and the multi-award winning GSR750 in its recently-launched ABS guise.
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Posted by Paul Durcan