Trip Testers - Netflix
On Trip Testers, join Jason Kessler and Jeff Miller as they determine if the activities at the world's most popular vacation destinations live up to the hype. Whether testing out a jetpack in trendy Newport Beach, exploring a family-friendly theme park in St. Louis or digging into a bowl of mofongo in Miami's Little Havana, these seasoned travel writers will help you decide if an event is worth your hard-earned time and money.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Trip Testers - Suzuki TU250 - Netflix
The Suzuki TU250—marketed also as the TU250X, ST250 and ST250 E-Type—is a single-cylinder, air-cooled motorcycle launched by Suzuki in 1994 as a lightweight street bike. The TU has a single overhead cam (SOHC), unsleeved, four-stroke engine with chain-drive, a standard riding posture and styling resembling the Universal Japanese Motorcycle (UJM) of the 1960s and 1970s. Now in its second generation, the TU250 is manufactured at Suzuki's ISO 14001 certified assembly plant in Toyokawa, Japan, and has been marketed in Asia, Oceania and North America.
Trip Testers - First generation - Netflix
The first generation TU was introduced to the Japanese domestic market (JDM) in 1994 in both 125cc or 249cc models. Variations of the bike marketed in the JDM and other regions include the VanVan (Asia, Europe), Grasstracker (TU250G)(Asia), Grasstracker Bigboy (TU250GB)(Asia) and Volty (Asia, Europe). Confusingly, the first generation TU250, marketed in Asia as the Volty, was marketed in Europe from 1997-2003 — also as the TU250X Volty.
Trip Testers - References - Netflix