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Suzuki will exhibit a range of their 2018 models including the GSX-R1000R and GSX-S125 at the annual Copdock Classic Motorcycle show this Sunday (October 7), alongside Ipswich-based dealer Orwell Motorcycles. An extensive selection of Suzuki’s 2018 range will be on the show, including the V-Strom 1000, GSX-S1000Z, GSX-S1000F, and the popular GSX-R1000R. Suzuki will also showcase the new GSX-R1000R Buildbase BSB Replica bike on the stand, along with the GSX-R1000 lean-down bike for the perfect photo opportunity.

Joining the two-wheel lineup will be the SV650 and SV650X, which recently won the AutoTrader award for Best Middleweight, as well as the GSX-S750, the V-Strom 650XT, and the entry-level GSX-R125 and GSX-S125. Both the Burgman 400 and Address 110 scooters will also be shown amongst the current models. Accompanying the display of motorcycles and bike related stands will be a live performance from multiple world enduro champion Dougie Lampkin, a chance to see the gravity-defying Ken Fox’s Wall of Death and an appearance from ex-Suzuki grand Prix rider, Steve Parrish.

Rob Walters of Orwell Motorcycles, said, “The Copdock Motorcycle show is truly a fantastic event for the whole family. It’s an ideal place for us to show the latest Suzuki bikes to the local community, and spend the day with both old and new customers. Year after year we all have a great time at the event, and we’re very much looking forward to welcoming visitors to our stand again this weekend”.