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suzuki announces presence at MK show

Suzuki has announced its attendance at the MK Bike Show, to be held at Stadium MK on 23 June, where the manufacturer will be showcasing its newly-launched KATANA.

The original KATANA rocked the motorcycling world when it was launched in 1981, with futuristic, stand-out styling. The new-for-2019 KATANA draws inspiration from the legendary 80s machine, with “aggressive, Samurai sword-inspired lines”, but uses a modern 150hp engine.

Suzuki – shirt sponsors of the MK Dons football club and with its UK head office based in Milton Keynes – will display the groundbreaking new KATANA alongside the rest of its model lineup. The brand’s illustrious heritage will be highlighted thanks to Kevin Schwantz’s 1993 World Championship-winning RGV500, and the original GSX-R750F from 1985, while its off-road capabilities will be demonstrated by its RM-Z450 motocross machine and KingQuad ATV.

There will also be the opportunity for visitors to book and test ride a number of bikes from Suzuki’s product range on the day – so long as they can provide a valid licence, National Insurance number, and riding kit – while those without a licence can enjoy a taster session using Suzuki’s GSX-S125 machines, with an experienced instructor on-hand to teach the basics.

Suzuki can be found on stand 145 on the day. For more information on the MK Bike Show, click here.

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