Japanese company Suzuki Motor Corp., which makes a number of Japanese motorcycle brands, has been making them for nearly 40 years, a new book reveals.
The book, The Triumph of Suzuki, chronicles the company’s rise to global fame and global dominance in the mid-1970s.
The Triumphs, which are the brand’s two main models, are the most popular in the world, with an estimated 100 million sold worldwide.
One of them, the KTM 500S, is a five-time world champion and a personal favorite of Japanese President Shigeru Miyamoto, who once drove the bike on his wedding day.
The company has built its reputation on the company-owned motorcycles, which have earned it worldwide acclaim.
The new book tells the story of how Suzuki has used its vast resources to bring the brand back to prominence.
It tells the stories of two of its key designers, Takashi Takano, who founded the company in the 1960s, and Tetsuro Suzuki, who began designing motorcycles in 1971.
The story is set against the backdrop of the global recession and the economic collapse of the early 1980s.
A number of major motorcycle manufacturers have gone bankrupt, and the company has struggled to compete with them.
But Suzuki has maintained a dominant position in motorcycle production.
The group has won awards for reliability and performance.
And it has remained in the top 10 of motorcycle sales for the last five years, according to Suzuki’s latest annual report.
But the book shows how Suzuki’s fortunes have taken a severe turn over the last two decades.
Its profits are declining.
The motorcycle business is a major driver of Japan’s economy, and many Japanese people have long been worried about the state of the company.
But now, the company faces its greatest crisis in years, and its future is in question.
The problems are being worsened by the rapid growth of the Internet, and that means that many of its top brands are no longer profitable.
The first book in the Triumphs series, The Story of the Triumph Motorcycle, came out in February.
The second, The Stories of the KZR 600, came in June.
It details the company and its designs from the beginning, from its founding by Takano in 1954, to the early days of its global expansion, through the company itself, and into the mid 1990s, when the motorcycle industry was in its last throes.
The series is being re-released in English by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing, with additional information added from a new, independent publisher.
The Book of Triumphs was written by Jeroen De Koning, the author of the best-selling history of the motorcycle.
It is part of an initiative by the Dutch publisher that brings together authors and journalists from around the world to share their research.
“I am very pleased to publish this book as a contribution to the Triumph saga, and I thank the author for bringing it to life,” said De Kuling.
“We hope that the book will be of great value to readers, particularly the Japanese and the world at large.”