Suzuki's biker café days will return for 2015, with the Japanese manufacturer set to visit a number of popular biker haunts with a fleet of demo machines - including the new GSX-S1000 - which will be available for test rides at each event.
Suzuki will visit six of the most popular biker-friendly cafés across the country this summer, following a social media survey which invited the firm's Facebook and Twitter followers to suggest their favourite ones to visit.
A number of models from Suzuki's on-road range will be available to test ride at each event, including the new GSX-S1000, as well as bikes such as the GSX-R1000 and V-Strom 1000, with three-time British Superbike champion John Reynolds leading the ride outs.
Suzuki GB Marketing Manager Rob Cooper said ahead of the first event, "There are few better places to visit on a ride out than a proper biker café, and we're looking forward to getting back on the road and visiting some of the most popular ones again this summer. The events last summer were a real success and we really enjoyed every single one of them. It was also great to be able to ask our social media followers where they thought we should go again this year.
"These days give us an excellent opportunity to get out and meet like-minded people, and also give those that stop by the chance to take a test ride on a new Suzuki. We're looking forward to getting the first one underway."
The events will start this Sunday 14 June at the Super Sausage café, off the A5 near Towcester, before heading to:
Squires café, Leeds - 26 July
Food Stop café, Bridgnorth - 1 August
Oakdene café, Kent - 9 August
Loomies café, New Forest - 16 August
Green Welly Stop, Tyndrum - 13 September
With the paper counterpart for UK driving licences now redundant, those willing to take a test ride at any of the events must show both a photo card driving licence and their national insurance number so licence checks can be carried out. Test rides available to persons aged 25 and over. Terms and conditions apply.