low kms, 1 of best all-rounders available, learner legal, blue duco, tools, manual, serviced, excellent condition, reliable, easy to ride, make an offer, must be sold, no texts or email, phone only, please.
I've only had this bike for a few weeks and its a great bike, runs like a dream and is in great condition. As a short, female, learner rider, it's a little heavy for me so I'm downsizing to a 250cc. It has brand new tyres from the roadworthy last month and a brand new Ventura rack (paid $400) Reg to March 2016.
Great bike I've had it since I was on my Learners great for someone starting out its a lams approved Suzuki gs500 great klms from the tank only a few little repairs just needs a speedo cable and a blinker switch replacement will only cost 60 bucks Willing to negotiate
One of the best Learner Legal bikes and All Rounder available. The GS500 has a very smooth power delivery across the entire torque range, with peak power around 6.5k RPM. (Key to not getting yourself killed especially on the corners). The GS500 also provides excellent value, and even moreso when considering its power to weight ratio compared to other Learner alternatives. Also plenty of long term rideability in the GS500 should you decide not to upgrade, which makes for a very good all round commuter. The GS500 has a high fuel efficiency (less than $20 to fill up 15-16L for 350km). Simple and established design means parts are cheap and readily available from virtually any dealer or bike shop, as well as cheaper servicing costs. In fact if you're keen, self-service is easily doable and recommended to gain a further depth of knowledge of your bike. Bike comes with Clymer manual (see below). Selling due to an upgrade. The bike has been knocked over a couple of times due to some unfortunate parking mishaps and has some cosmetic scratches. Otherwise regularly maintained with last service done in November 2014 (including oil & filter change, brake fluid change, fork oil and seals, and new spark plugs). Comes with: - Clymer manual - Spare keys - Rego to Jul 2015 - Low mileage: 44,300 km - New tyres: >90% tread If this is your first bike, very happy to walk through a comprehensive checklist to make sure you're not buying a dud.
A super hero in disguise. This mild mannered Suzuki GS500F has the ability to any motorcycle you require. A user-friendly every day commuter or a weekend rocket. The large fuel tank and amazing fuel economy makes the Suzuki GS500F a versatile LAMS approved motorcycle that can take you anywhere, any time. This particular example is in immaculate condition with long rego and only 7000km.
Genuine Japanese spec RG 500 Walter Wolf, Believed to be 1 of approx. 20 made. Excellent condition, Can supply 12months NSW rego and spares at extra cost. Buy an appreciating asset. Call for more details.
2007 Suzuki GS500 Naked LAMS Approved The Suzuki GS500 naked all rounder, is the perfect motorcycle for someone who is confident in their ability to quickly grasp the basic motorcycle concepts. Its a pretty small motorcycle, but its also powerful enough to lug around some of the bigger guys (250 lbs+!!) with relative ease. It uses very little fuel overall, and when she gets going, it is an absolute joy to ride. This bike rides amazingly, and would suit someone looking to cruise comfortably or commute daily. Overall this bike has been well looked after, there are some small rust spots on screw heads near the yoke cover, but as you can see, it looks neat and starts every time! Inspections are welcome of course with applicable license, test ride is also welcome. Located on Sunshine Coast in Currimundi QLD Comes with QLD RWC and balance of QLD registration
2004 Suzuki GS500, registered to Aug 2014. Learner approved, perfect 1st bike and a great ride!. Near new rear tyre and new battery. Also includes windshield not currently pictured on bike. Regularly serviced. I will also offer RJays all weather riding jacket and L size helmet for the right price. Reluctant sale for financial reasons.
1974 Suzuki T500 Titan A rarity indeed this mid-70s Suzuki will do more than just turn heads, it'll open your eyes! With a 2-stroke 500cc motor, this bike has power to spare. Bike has new paint and one new tire; chrome is in fair shape but does have some pitting and dings, and needs a new horn. Overall the bike rides amazingly and would make a great daily rider or just a nice addition to any collection. New Indicators Just Arrived
Awesome cruising bike - very smooth - got to love the Rotary RE5 With café style wind deflector gives it a unique appearance. Very original bike with lovely paint and chrome. Suzuki's RE5 was one example of the very few Wankel engine motorcycles that were produced. Some of the others were by DKW and Norton Motorcycle Company (e.g. the Norton Interpol 2, Norton Classic, Norton Commander). It was manufactured by the Suzuki Motor Company from 1974 and withdrawn during 1977. Rotary engines produce high power figures from relatively small displacements. All four major Japanese manufacturers had prototypes or plans. Yamaha showed their Rotary at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1972 (the twin rotor RZ-201). Kawasaki tested a prototype as, allegedly, did Honda. Norton and DKW also marketed rotaries along with a small run by Van Veen (this company used a derivative of NSU/Audi engines developed for Citroën). The RE5 was quite advanced in its steering and overall handling, and numerous motorcycle test riders of the day remarked on this, some claiming it the best-handling bike out of Japan and close to European marks. It also had excellent ground clearance. Average fuel consumption is around 37 mpg-imp (7.6 L/100 km; 31 mpg-US),) but road tests sometimes achieved results as low as 28.6 mpg-imp (9.88 L/100 km; 23.8 mpg-US) and as high as 43.3 mpg-imp (6.52 L/100 km; 36.1 mpg-US).