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Voltcom Crescent reveals 2014 WSBK Suzuki

Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes are on hand to pull the wraps off the 2014 Voltcom Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000.
Crescent Suzuki has pulled the wraps off the bike that will be campaigned by Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes in this year's World Superbike Championship season,

The machine was launched during a public launch evening at Crescent Motorcycles base in Verwood, with riders Laverty and Lowes on hand to pull the wraps off the GSX-R1000, which will compete under the Voltcom banner in 2014 after the company agreed to assume title backing.

An all-new rider line-up for Crescent Racing, with 2013 WSBK runner-up Laverty being joined by British Superbike Champion Lowes, the Yoshimura-powered GSX-R1000 adopts a striking blue, white and red livery for its 2014 campaign.

Crescent Racing assumed Suzuki's entry for the World Superbike Championship in 2012, but the GSX-R1000 hasn't won a World Superbike race since 2010 when Leon Haslam triumphed at Kyalami en route to second position in the overall standings.

For more images of the machine, simply scroll below.


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shamarone

February 10, 2014 3:22 AM

re: "At least I could buy a bike based on the SBK series.... I do have to admit watching the RSV4 go around does make me want one" WSBK, helping riders look cool on their way to and from grandprix's since 1988.



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