Looking for an upgrade? Find Suzuki Bike Bargains at the NEC

It may only be November, but it's never too early to treat yourself to a nice Christmas gift - especially when the gifts are this good.

For those who haven't yet bought tickets to Motorcycle Live (running from Monday 19th November to Sunday the 25th at Birmingham's NEC), Suzuki have just dropped another massive reason why you should book yourself a place at the UK's biggest motorbike event.

As well as featuring the British debut of the new Katana - a reimagining of an '80s icon - the Japanese icons will be offering, for one week only, discounted GSX-R1000R, GSX-R125 and GSX-S125s!

Oh Santa hurry down my chimney.

katana 2 The black Katana, recently unveiled at the Milan International Motor Show. Oh my...

The GSX-R10001 will be available with a £1000 deposit contribution on top of either a year's free servicing, or a complimentary accessory pack worth over £1000! Meanwhile, the smaller models will be on offer with a deposit contribution of £500 and a year's free servicing (worth over £450), or £250 to be spent on accessories.

gsx Glovebox Direct stocks a wide range of GSX-series OEM bike parts

These offers will be available at Hall 2, stand SD15 at the NEC throughout the week.

You might even be in with a chance of spotting Bradley Ray

But even if you're not looking to buy, there's plenty of other reasons to visit our first official partner's stand. The much-loved SV650, updated for 2019, will be on proud display, while the brand-new RM-Z250 is making its first appearance on our shores alongside its cousin RM-450 and the beast that is the KingQuad 750.

And if you're lucky, you might even be in with a chance of spotting Bradley Ray and Suzuki's other British Superbike team members, who will be visiting the showcase throughout the week.

bradley raye This could be you: Fancy being in with a chance of meeting Suzuki rider Bradley Ray?

If even that isn't enough to excite you, a number of bikes from Suzuki's 2019 range will be available for test drives in the NEC's test ride zone, ready to whet your appetite for the new year.

Whether you're looking for a bargain or just a fun day exploring Britain's largest bike showcase, tickets (£19.50 for adults) are still available at The Ticket Factory.

Matteo Everett

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