Suzuki’s test ride roadshow returns for 2015
SUZUKI SET FOR SUMMER ROADSHOW
Suzuki’s test ride roadshow returns for 2015 with events taking place across the manufacturer’s dealer network this summer.
A mainstay of the Suzuki events calendar in recent years, the roadshow kicks off on July 4 and sees a whole fleet of demo machines tour the country, with test rides available on a number of models in the brand’s on-road range, including the new GSX-S1000 super-naked.
Also available to test ride at each event will be the GSX-S1000F, GSX-R1000 and both the V-Strom 650 and V-Strom 1000 machines. The iconic Hayabusa will be available to try, along with the GSX-R750, Intruder M1800RBZ, the Bandit 1250S, and the Burgman 650 Executive.
Suzuki GB Marketing Manager Rob Cooper said, “Our test ride roadshows have proven really popular with both dealers and customers alike in recent years. They give us a real opportunity to get out into dealerships and spend some time talking to customers, listening to their thoughts and feedback. It also gives people the chance to take a test ride on a number of bikes in the range and bikes that their dealership may not always have available as a demo machine. These events, coupled with events like our Biker Café days and Silverstone track day in August, make for an action-packed summer and we’re looking forward to getting the roadshow underway.”
With both north and south demo fleets touring the country, the first events in this year’s roadshow calendar take place at Motoden in London and Saltire Suzuki in Edinburgh on Saturday 4 July, and continue every weekend until the end of September.
For a full list of Suzuki’s test ride roadshow dates visit www.suzuki-gb.co.uk.
Terms & Conditions
Bike availability may differ at each event so please contact your local dealer for more information. GSX-S1000FA is not available on the roadshow until mid-July 2015. Demonstration rides require an agreed booking and are solely at the discretion of the dealer. With the paper counterpart for UK driving licences now redundant, those willing to take a test ride at any of the events must show both a photo card driving licence and their national insurance number so licence checks can be carried out. You may be asked for a deposit and further dealer terms and conditions may also apply. Please confirm your request with the dealer before travelling.
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