Suzuki is one of the companies that will be present at EICMA 2021, which returns after two years of closure due to the pandemic from Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 November at the Rho-Fiera Milano pavilions.
Lovers of the Hamamatsu brand will be able to go to stand B10 in hall 22 to see the preview of a new model, along with some national previews. Space also for GSX-RR driven in MotoGP races by 2020 World Champion Joan Mir e la GSX-R1000 of the official team Yoshimura SERT Motul, fherringbone winner of the Endurance World Championship 2021. The corner reserved for the seven GSX-R Legend Editions, which offer the legendary liveries with which Suzuki riders have been crowned World Champions in the past, is also of great interest.
All the motorbikes for the 2022 season will obviously be on display in the large stand, including the Ultimate Sport Hayabusa via the RM-Z motocross, without forgetting the V-Strom family and road models. Also on stage is the recently renovated Burgman 400 maxi-scooter.
Suzuki at EICMA also in the MotoLive area
To try out the latest Suzuki news it will be necessary to go to the external area of EICMA, the famous “MotoLive”Realized in a space adjacent to the fair pavilions. Thanks to the partners Motul, Findomestic and Motoplatinum, enthusiasts will be able to ride the V-Strom 650XT and 1050XT. The 650XT, in particular, is presented at the EICMA 2022 appointment with an unprecedented assortment of colors. For those who love the road here is the GSX-S950, which is the only one thousand in the price list that can be driven in a version that has been reduced by those who also have an A2 license. From pure adrenaline the GSX-S1000, a street-fighter with Suzuki sporting tradition in its DNA.
Finally, it will also be possible to ride the very recent GSX-S1000GT, the Grand Tourer which now offers a sleek hull studied in the wind tunnel.
Urban commuters will be able to try the new Burgman 400, which is now Euro 5 approved, thanks also to the introduction of Dual Spark technology, and is equipped with Traction Control as standard.