THE SUZUKI GSXR COMES OF AGE.
September 20 2006
2006 is the 21st year of the Suzuki GSX-R750 range and to celebrate Bikesure is now giving a 10 per cent discount on any policies taken out for a GSX-R model until 31st December 2006.
"The GSX-Rs were built to out-last and out-perform their rivals," says Robert Balls of Bikesure. "That's why you see so many of them around and so many racers perfect their skills on GSX-Rs."
In 1986 Suzuki introduced the revolutionary GSX-R750. Never before had such a racy production bike been on offer to the public. More GSX-Rs followed over the years, each in turn with new design features and ground-breaking technology.
The modern GSX-Rs, popularly called 'Gixers' by their fans, are some of the most popular bikes to customize. Many are personalised, turned into race replicas and many also end up as streetfighters. And there are plenty of those old original bikes still out there. Many looking as good as the day they rolled off the production line.
"The Gixer is a firm favourite with Bikesure," says Robert Balls. "So this landmark in the bike's history seems like a good excuse to offer everyone who loves them an extra 10 per cent discount."
Bikesure has a huge range of specialist policies for the motorcycle enthusiast, including schemes for scooters, trikes, quads and bug riders.  For details freephone the Bikesure quote line on 0800 089 2000, email the company at bikesure@adrianflux.co.uk or visit www.bikesure.co.uk