Suzuki Production Motorcycles 1952-1980
|INSIDE:||20 colour and 180 black & white photographs|
Suzuki is one of the most important names in the phenomenon that has been the post-war Japanese motorcycle industry. Suzuki Production Motorcycles 1952-1980 tells the story of how it built its name during the all-important quarter century of the company, headed at various times by three generations of the Suzuki family, and went on to be one of the most important names in the motorcycle world.
Mick Walker's new book looks at the history of the company and of the bikes - large and small, successful and less-so - that it produced in the classic years before 1980. It is a feast of information and nostalgia that should be on the shelves of everyone who has ever owned a Suzuki.