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In 1909, Michio Suzuki first founded the Suzuki Loom Company in Hamamatsu, Japan. Suzuki first only sold automobiles, placing small car prototypes in design but none of them went to production due to becoming "non-essential commodities" during World War II.
However, in 1951 Suzuki started designing and manufacturing "clip-on" motorcycles for bicycles. In 1952, Suzuki started producing motorcycles as a whole and by
1954 the company was manufacturing 6,000 motorcycles a month.

Through the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's Suzuki became successful in manufacturing and selling motorcycles with two stroke engines. This success was bolstered by East German Grand Prix racer Ernst Degner who won the 1962 50 cc Class F.I.M. road racing World Championship using a two-stroke engine motorcycle.

Suzuki has won many different titles and championships through-out the world and found its way to being one of the "Big Four" in Japan. The other three car companies are Toyota, Honda and Nissan.

Suzuki became the first Japanese manufacturer that won the Motocross World Championship in 1970 via Joel Robert's run.

Through-out it's many years in business Suzuki has won many events, tailored to the needs of the public and become one of the leading car industries in the world today. Suzuki does not just sell motorcycles but also works in concession with other automotive businesses to build the newest technological advancements in electric cars, compact cars, ATV's, small internal combustion engines and even wheelchairs.

In 1963, Suzuki opened its first U.S. store and in 1976 Suzuki introduced its first four stroke engine motorcycle. Each year Suzuki comes out with the next best thing in both motorcycles and automobiles leading to even more popularity among the public than before.
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