Blast From The Past: This 2001 Suzuki GSX-R600 Is An OG Supersport Waiting For You To Take It Home

With white rims and only 7,000 miles on the clock makes this deal even better

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If you’re looking for a timeless old-school motorcycle, it doesn’t really get any better than the OG 600cc bikes from the early 2000s and one of these, a striking 2001 Suzuki GSX-R600, is up on sale on Bring A Trailer.

2001 Suzuki GSX-R600 For Sale

Blast From The Past: This 2001 Suzuki GSX-R600 Is An OG Supersport Waiting For You To Take It Home
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Looking for an iconic motorcycle to amp your garage? Well, it doesn’t get any better than this, a ’01 Suzuki GSX-R600

The Suzuki GSX-R600 debuted way back in 1992, only to be discontinued two years later in 1994. After a brief hiatus, Suzuki re-introduced the updated GSX-R600 in 1997 with the popular Suzuki Ram Air Direct tech, kickstarting the iconic GSX-R600 lineup which is still on sale in a handful of places.

This particular GSX-R600, though, is the gen-III model, which took shape from the SRAD GSX-R600 and was the first mid-capacity Gixxer to boast fuel injection.

Blast From The Past: This 2001 Suzuki GSX-R600 Is An OG Supersport Waiting For You To Take It Home
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The bike comes wrapped in all of its original bodywork and looks nothing short of striking

Wrapped in Suzuki’s iconic white and blue livery, the bike looks nothing short of staggering and features eye-catching white alloy wheels and big ‘GSX-R’ logos on the sides. What you see here is all original bodywork with only minor blemishes, meaning the bike was probably kept as a baby.

Backing this up is the semi-digital instrument cluster, which has only 7,000 miles on the odometer. Along with the digi-analog unit, the cockpit also comprises a low clip-on handlebar (mounted below the triple-clamp) and a steering damper.

Blast From The Past: This 2001 Suzuki GSX-R600 Is An OG Supersport Waiting For You To Take It Home
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The highlight, though, is the symphonic 599cc, inline-four engine that makes 115 horsepower

Underneath the striking bodywork, the 2001 GSX-R600 employed a 599cc, inline-four engine that made 115 horsepower. It’s worth noting that all consumable liquids of the engine were recently replaced in March 2022.

The engine was housed in an aluminum twin-spar chassis while relying on adjustable telescopic forks and mono-shock for suspension duties. Meanwhile, triple-pot Tokico brakes ensured the rider had a leash on this 423 pounds (curb) beast.

Blast From The Past: This 2001 Suzuki GSX-R600 Is An OG Supersport Waiting For You To Take It Home
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Even though the bike is super clean, there’s no reserve price, basically making this a steal deal. Swipe to know how you can get your hands on it.

In addition to all this, the bike on sale here comes with sticky ZR-rated Michelin Pilot Power tires, a removable rear seat, rear seat cowl, and color-matched frame sliders.

What’s The Price?

As I mentioned above, the bike is up on Bring A Trailer. There’s no reserve price and the current bid (at the time of writing) is as low as $2,500, making this practically a steal.

2001 Suzuki GSX-R600
BaT Essentials
Seller: KarmaPilot
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Listing Details
Chassis: JS1GN7BA612107746
7k Miles Shown
599cc DOHC Inline Four
Six-Speed Transmission
White & Blue w/White, Blue & Red Graphics
Twin-Spar Aluminum Frame
Solo Seat w/Passenger Seat Cowl
Electronic Fuel Injection
Triple Tokico Disc Brakes
4-Into-2-Into-1 Exhaust System
17" Three-Spoke Wheels
Adjustable Suspension
Frame Sliders
Private Party or Dealer: Private Party
Lot #70274
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