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BACK FROM THE BRINK

Less than two years ago, Suzuki seemed to be on the edge of a precipice. It had pulled out of MotoGP at short notice, and also ended factory involvement in British Superbike and World Endurance racing. Its bike line-up was looking jaded, Euro 5 rules had impacted key legacy models, and with Covid upheaval still around, unthinkable rumours began to spread online. Nothing less than the end of two-wheeled production was the nightmare scenario doing the rounds. Alan Dowds reports…

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