Suzuki Riding School

Published on 1 February, 2022

Suzuki Bangladesh held a two wheeler training program called ‘Suzuki Riding School’ on 20th, 27th and 4th of December at Banani Swat FC Field location in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 The event, which was divided among three consecutive Saturdays, brought an opportunity to people who were planning to buy two wheelers such as bikes and scooters but didn’t know how to ride one. The event was first announced by Suzuki Bangladesh on 15th November 2021 on their official Facebook page. People who were interested in learning how to ride bikes had to preregister to be a part of the event via a Google form which was uploaded on Suzuki Bangladesh’s Facebook page as well.

 The Suzuki Hayate which is Suzuki’s current entry level 110cc motorcycle, was used to train riders who wanted to learn how to ride bikes while a couple of Suzuki Access 125 scooters were used to teach riding scooters. Along with the bikes, the organizers of the event also provided all the required safety gears needed when learning to ride bikes which included helmets, elbow pads and knee pads. Besides, there were also two to three trainers who were present for every new rider who came to learn riding bikes and scooters.

 

The event which was divided into three sessions and took place in three consecutive Saturdays also had several Suzuki bikes displayed in the event venue. For example, the Suzuki Hayate 110, Suzuki Gixxer SF 150 and Suzuki GSX-R 150 100th Anniversary Edition only to name a few.

 Suzuki Is one of the most popular bike manufacturers in the commuter segment of Bangladesh. With a Japanese origin, Suzuki is known to offer bikes which have amazing performance, great control and are also reliable at the same time. RANCON MotorBikes Ltd. is the only manufacturer and country distributor of Suzuki Bikes in Bangladesh. Starting operation in 2012, this isn’t the first time Suzuki Bangladesh has held such a training campaign for new riders in Bangladesh. Such events in the name of ‘Suzuki Riding School’ are held in Bangladesh every few months.

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