Suzuki Boulevard M109R is an aggressive cruiser with an unstoppable character. The motorcycle’s impulsive personality is underlined by its unique modern design language.
The motorcycle is powered by a massive 1783cc, 8-valve DOHC, 54-degree, liquid-cooled, fuel injected V-Twin engine that puts out enough power and torque to reward you with a quick acceleration. For increased performances, the engine features a class-leading electronic fuel injection system that features the Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve system (SDTV) with 56mm throttle bodies.
The engine is mounted on a high-tensile double cradle steel frame which is light yet stiff enough to deal with the muscular 1783 cc unit without too much fuss.
As far as suspensions are concerned, the front wheel is kept in check by an inverted fork which features race-proven cartridge internals with 46mm stanchion tubes to deliver 5.1" of wheel travel. Out back there is cast aluminum alloy swingarm which is combined with a progressive shock linkage and a preload-adjustable single rear shock .
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Since it was launched in 1985, the Suzuki GSX-R750 has managed to attract a lot of fans and there is no wonder why as is packed with modern technologies and features a pretty versatile and sporty character.
As far as performance is concerned, the 2013 Suzuki GSX-R750 is powered by the same 750 cc four cylinder engine as the previous year’s model. However, the actual model features an eight kilogram reduction off the total weight, advanced engine technology, broader power delivery, improved throttle response and lower emissions. On top of that you also get a more aerodynamic and light bodywork.
The stopping power is handled by a set of four-piston Brembo monoblock front brake calipers and 310mm dual floating discs, paired with a single piston rear brake caliper with a 220mm disc.
The motorcycle is offered with a starting price of $12,199 USD.
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There is no secret that the Suzuki Hayabusa is one of the most capable sport bikes from the planet. Now, the motorcycle is also available in a Limited Edition which is offered in a fresh black and yellow paint job (Marble Daytona Yellow / Glass Sparkle Black).
The 2013 Hayabusa Limited Edition is fitted with lighter and more rigid than conventional bolt-together radial mount Brembo Monobloc front calipers. You also get standard ABS which features a lightweight and compact design.
The bike is propelled by the same 1340cc in-line 4-cylinder fuel injected, DOHC liquid-cooled engine with 16-valves and Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers (TSCC). Needless to say that the engine rewards you with a sharp acceleration and a broad torque band. Hayabusa’s engine is combined with Idle Speed Control (ISC) system and an optimized 6-speed transmission which features oil spray to the 4th, 5th, and 6th gears for increased smoothness at high speeds.
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The Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R is the fastest bike available on sale today. This makes it a pretty unique beast than can be held in leash only by the best riders. So there is no wonder why, the motorcycle is considered the queen of sports bikes rewarding its rider with groundbreaking performances, a sporty handling and a tasty design language.
The motorcycle’s core is a booming 1340 cc in line 4 cylinder fuel injected engine with 16-valves and Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers (TSCC). The engine features Suzuki’s SDTV (Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve) fuel injection system with dual 12-hole, fine-spray injectors per cylinder and a ram air intake with large volume air box. The engine’s power is kept under control by a similarly capable six-speed transmission.
The motorcycle is built on a light yet rigid twin-spar aluminum frame. The stiff frame is combined with a set of sporty suspensions which consist of a fully adjustable inverted front fork and a rear Link type, coil spring, oil damped suspension.
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Suzuki has recently produced its one millionth GSX-R motorcycle and with this occasion has launched a commemorative edition.
The 2013 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Commemorative Edition isn’t as capable as the Hayabusa 1300, but it still has enough power to make your heart beat like never before.
The Suzuki GSX-R1000 is packed with a wide range of modern features and technologies especially developed to help the bike stay on top on the food chain when it comes to sport motorcycles.
In terms of design the motorcycle features a pretty modern style and an agile stance which betray its sporty character. We especially like the high-grip leather seat, the imposing nose and the sharp cut fuel tank.
The motorcycle sports a 999cc four-cyclinder engine, with Bore x Stroke of 74.5mm x 57.3mm. The engine rewards you with enhanced throttle response across the entire rpm range and a breathtaking acceleration. The 999cc unit is combined with a 4-2-1 exhaust system, carrying a Suzuki Exhaust Tuning (SET) valve which further maximizes torque and improves throttle response.
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The Suzuki RMX450Z was developed especially for off road use, thereby it features a rugged and powerful character.
The 2012 RMX450Z shares much of its DNA to Suzuki’s RM-Z450 and is powered by a 449cc 4-stroke , liquid-cooled DOHC engine which carries enough power to impress even the most demanding riders. The engine has also received a few tweaks including a customized inlet tract and adjusted cam profiles which have the role to increase low and mid-rpm power.
Finally, the 2012 RMX450Z also has a proven Keihin fuel injection system from the RM-Z bike and a five-speed constant mesh transmission that not only provides improved responsiveness, but has wider gear ratios, too.
Other features offered by the 2012 Suzuki RMX450Z include an electric starter, two-mode instrument cluster, a lightning kit , a back-up kick start, and a large magneto-generator.
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If you’re looking for a capable dual purpose motorcycle, then you should take a closer at the 2012 Suzuki DR 200 S. The motorcycle features a fairly versatile character, being able to cope with a wide range of applications. With its perfect mix of agility and crisp handling, the Suzuki DR200SE is able to reward its rider with a thrilling ride every time he starts the engine.
As a tried and true dirt bike that possesses impressive qualities in it of itself, the 2012 Suzuki DR 200 S boasts of new features, including a seat height that’s now under 32" and an overall weight of just 278 lbs.
Power comes from a strong 199 cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, OHC engine which cranks out enough power to keep your adrenaline level high. The stopping power is assured by front and rear disc brakes.
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The Suzuki TF125 won’t impress you with its dull appearance. However what makes this motorcycle interesting lies under its skin. The TF125 has been designed specifically to meet the need of a run-about bike that can work in a variety of working conditions.
The bike is powered by a strong 123cc, piston-reed-valve 2-stroke, air-cooled engine which combines an abundant use of torque to go with excellent fuel economy. The cylinder and crank injection system (CCIS) make sure the bike has necessary engine lubrication while a 6-speed transmission with proper gear ratios was also added, ensuring smooth riding on any surface.
Among the features offered by the 2012 TF125 you’ll find a special protector, extended fenders on both the right-and-left sidestands, a big luggage carrier and wide tread block pattern tires that’s ready for rough road riding. Not to mention about the extended front and rear mud flaps which protect rider and motorcycle from mud and dirt.
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The VanVan125 is the epitome and the personification of a retro bike that has been admirably packaged with new-school technology. The Suzuki VanVan 125’s low and long styling will certainly catch a lot of attention in the parking lot. Not to mention about the wide, low seat and wide handlebars which further enhance its unique look. Fortunately the motorcycle’s unusual design didn’t affect the rider’s comfort and you won’t have any complains about the long seat or the slightly raised handlebar.
The 2102 Suzuki VanVan 125 is equipped with a single cylinder 125cc engine which is paired with a 6-speed constant mesh gear box.
Suzuki VanVan 125’s most notable features include the push-button electrics starter for easy starting, fuel injection and catalyzer for reduced emissions, a slim shaped 6.5-liter fuel tank, 33mm-inner-tube telescopic front forks and a single-shock absorber.
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The 2012 Suzuki GS500 won’t impress you with its dated design, but it will sure manage to get your attention with its sporty performances.
Power comes from a 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, air-cooled, DOHC engine with a displacement of 487 cm3. The engine’s power is sent to the rear wheel through a six speed constant mesh transmission which is pretty sharp and precise. On top of that, the transistorized electronic ignition and precise carburetor also help in keeping the engine to run as smoothly and as efficiently as possible.
While the design may not be as charming as other models in its class, you won’t have any complains about the bike’s functionality. The well-padded seat and the comfortable riding position certainly add a plus of value. Not to mention about the comprehensive instrument cluster, frame-mounted one-piece grab bar, black-painted double-cradle frame and the upswept tail section.
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