Suzuki's involvement with Endurance Legends is a perfect fit for the Japanese manufacturer, based on its decorated racing heritage 
Suzuki's foundation is built on racing success. The factory took it's first racing victory in the 1953 Mount Fuji Hill Climb, just one year after it built its first motorcycle. Since then they have added countless domestic and world championships to that first hill climb trophy, including 13 World Endurance Championships, eight since 2005 
Racing is paramount to developing and testing new technologies and parts, development which filters into the production machines that follow. Just look at the ergonomics and dimensions of Kevin Schwantz's RGVs and the SRAD GSX-Rs that followed. And it's why Suzuki understands the importance of parts development and supply, and the importance of using genuine parts when maintaining your road bike, servicing your race bike, or restoring your project bike 
Suzuki's Vintage Parts and Modern Classic programmes mean finding and getting hold of the right parts for you is even easier. And to make life simpler still, a number of service manuals for the programmes are even available to download for free from the website. A lot of the bikes already on the programme are used in these Classic Endurance races such GSX-R750F/G models and the soon-to-be-added GS1000. and with these already on the programme or coming very soon it again makes it so much easier for you to search for the genuine parts you require 
Launched with the RGV250, the Vintage Parts programme now features five models, with a full parts breakdown for each model and technical spec. Also available to download are things like brochures and original POS material too. The Modern Classics section was recently launched with the GSX-R1100L, with models such as the Bandit 1200 and TL1000S set to be added 
And if you're partial to a bit of racing yourself, whether it's a new GSX-R, an SRAD or the GSX-R750 WN-WS models, then there's always the Race Parts programme to help keep you on track. Also included are the SFV650 and SV650 models 
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