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    Suzuki GRD 650 (1983-1984)

    What Yamaha succeeded so wonderfully with the XS 650 line, that also got Suzuki thinking. There was still a demand for and a market for 'classic' parallel twins after the English example. Only the general opinion was that to be happy with that… at least you don't have to have a British twin. The Yamaha XS 650 line became legendary and iconic. But if you proudly report that you own a Suzuki GR(D) 650 'Tempter'. Then misunderstanding is your part. Oh, yes: Suzuki's own British twin was just launched too late to be a success. More

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    Suzuki GS 400 (1976-1979)… also nice

    At one time, the Suzuki GS 400 was a hassle-free everyday bike at the lower end of the mid-range. A conventionally thought and drawn friend of everyone. It was not a motorcycle from the prestige segment of Suzuki, a brand that has always been competitively priced. But with 36 hp and a top speed of about 150 km/h, the little Suzuki was (and is) not a moving traffic barrier. More

  • Honda CB 360

    Honda CB 360, not very popular yet

    The Honda CB 360 ... being at the bottom is no reason for historical appreciation. It's more like, “Oh yeah, there was that one too. Any other news?” From 1969, two-cylinder motorcycles were actually all dated. Not really topical anymore for dreamers. After all, Honda had launched the engine of the last century? More

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    Nice ride on a Honda CB 400 N

      well. There is nothing more. The Honda CB 400 N was intended as a 'commuter bike', as a commuter bike. Not as a pk warehouse or status symbol. And there's nothing wrong with that. And if, for example, you run into a neat 1982'er, you're lucky. Because already in 1982 such a Honda More

  • Suzuki T500

    Suzuki's fantastic T500

    From powerhouse to stunt offer. The Suzuki T500 has had all those qualities. And AMK number two of this year already contains a loving text about such a fat two-stroke twin that was once, when traded in at the first supplier, simply put in the back of the shop because, no matter how beautiful it was, it was almost nothing. More