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This is a definitive analysis of the factory's road racing motorcycle team. First published in 1982 to critical acclaim, its original publisher has teamed up with author Ray Battersby to publish Team Suzuki again.
Team Suzuki is the familiar term to encompass the Japanese Suzuki motorcycle company's road racing. It includes its road racing motorcycles from their first effort in 1953 with the first Diamond Free (58 cc, single cylinder 2-stroke) through 1981 and the XR35 (RG500 Gamma) and XR69-S (GS1000R).
There are more than 50 machines described in this book, ranging in complexity from the jewel-like 50 cc twin with more gears than most riders could remember to the liquid-cooled 750s and GP 500 square-fours.
Team Suzuki is a detailed road racing motorcycle technical history, and also a human story where designers, managers, mechanics and riders have a say.
About the Author:
Ray Battersby has worked as an engine designer for British Leyland at Longbride. In 1976 he joined Heron Suzuki's service department. After periods with Lancia and Daewoo, he became a technical writer working for many clients, including Lexus, Land Rover, BMW and Jaguar.
He has ridden a 1955 NSU Quickly, a 1937 Velocette KSS and a 1938 Triumph Speed Twin. In 1976 he partnered with friend John Wilkinson, and rode a Suzuki RE5 to victory in a Cadwell Park endurance race. He now drives a BMW.
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