Suzuki GN250 in Movies
The Suzuki GN250 is a single cylinder, four-stroke naked bike motorcycle produced between 1987 and 1997.
The engine was a air cooled single cylinder, four-stroke.
The bike has a 5-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.
The bike weighs just 130.0 kg (286.6 pounds).
Who's That Girl
Et pourquoi Kawasaki? C'est obligatoire quand c'est pas une Harley? On se reprend: moteur monocylindre, on dirait. Yamaha, semble-t-il. Pour le carénage, il sort de chez Vetter ou plus vraisemblablement Windjammer... en tout cas, pas une Kawasaki à coup sûr. Faudrait une autre photo de profil pour être sûr... Mais pour moi, c'est un Yamaha 600 monocylindre, issu du SRX... Pour celles de la photo n° 2, là oui, c'est des Kawasaki... OK so summary for ahight: main pic is probably a Yamaha, but for sure not a Kawasaki. But second photo is Kawasaki. I think main pic is based on Suzuki GN250E (1982-) (single cylinder, single cradle frame, dual exhaust port, leading pivot front axle...) http://www.suzuki.co.nz/motorcycles/bike.gallery/gn250.m.jpg Bien possible... voire vraisemblable... Bravo Jun! What do you mean???!!! it has the distinctive Kawasaki Police 1000 windscreen-thing!!! http://svsm.org/albums/kawasakipolice1000jh/DSC07561.jpg Fairing? I just translated the French comment above
They probably switched to a lighter bike for stunt work and mounted a Kawasaki fairing to make it look less like an obviously different bike.
The Alice EP: 1.17
That bloke looks like Clarkson. The actor is Patrick Brammall, not much of a resemblance really (plus about 20 years age difference), but in this shot I guess so... Similar vacuous expression.
Suzuki GN 250 As for the year, this thing seems to have been produced unchanged for 20 years or so since 1981. Link to "www.motor-forum.nl" http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/suzu/suzuki_gn250e%2082.htm
Mei Li Ren Sheng
That's a Suzuki GN 250. But...in China? They've been built in China for quite a few years now, both as Licenced products and no doubt rip-off clones, the quality of the Chinese built ones is abysmal. And how do you tell the licensed ones apart from the ripoffs?
Apparently (not 100% confirmed), Japanese built have spoked wheels, Chinese built have Mags, other than that, it's the VIN plate. It's a minefield, so many bikes that we think are Japanese or European are manufactured in China or India so you need to be very careful, KTM's & Harleys from India, BMW's from China, Triumphs from Thailand (Thaiumphs?). Leave it out in the rain overnight and if it's rusty in the morning then you know where it was made.
Pie in the Sky EP: 5.06
Registration number: A722 GPL ✗ Untaxed Tax due: 01 December 1989 Vehicle make HONDA Date of first registration 12 July 1984 Year of manufacture 1984 Cylinder capacity (cc) 99cc Fuel type PETROL Vehicle colour BLUE
That registration number is misleading and doesn't belong to that bike (perhaps the production company were being naughty). It's a Suzuki GN250 or 400, the slots in the sprocket cover are the giveaway. Link to "www.southwalessectionvmcc.co.uk"
Press - Storie di false verità
What ´s about the Kia Picanto [SA] behind? It´s visible enough but not listed yet. Suzuki GN 250
Don't know if really enough visible... anyway I added a page for it, let's see
- GN 250 E
- GN 250