Suzuki has launched a brand new app for its popular Suzuki Bulletin online magazine ahead of this year’s Motorcycle Live at the NEC in Birmingham, with the first issue available to download now on both Apple and Android devices.
Packed with exclusive and interactive content, the Suzuki Bulletin app is Suzuki’s first magazine app and takes users inside the world of the Japanese manufacturer.
With stunning imagery and video content, the first issue includes an in-depth interview with the Chief Engineer that worked on the new GSX-S1000, charts the journey of the school teacher that rode to Mongolia on a VanVan 125, and features an interview with MotoGP Team Manager Davide Brivio. There’s also a guide to riding to Cologne and Intermot, and a look back at 40 years of RG500 with the engine designer of the iconic square-four two-stroke racer.
With seven new and updated models on display at Motorcycle Live, the app also takes a closer look at the new metal that will join Suzuki’s range for 2015, making it ideal reading before the show opens next week.
Suzuki GB Marketing Manager Rob Cooper, said, "The Suzuki Bulletin has been a popular online magazine since its launch in 2012, and we’re delighted to now be able to offer it as a new, interactive mobile app. The app gives users an inside look at what goes on in the world of Suzuki and brings a load of exclusive content to everyone’s fingertips, with incisive and interactive stories and videos all part of the package, and by downloading it before the show users can read in detail about the new models that we’ll have on display."
Download it now on Apple devices from the App Store and Android devices from Google Play, or visit www.suzukibulletin.co.uk/app
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