The Hayabusa-derived Suzuki B-King was never meant to be practical and the pillions always complained about back pain during longer journeys, so it is good to know that someone thought at somehow solving these two problems and creating more others. A French company called D.J. Construction has created the DJ Sport B-King sidecar, which is nothing more than a detuned B-King (106-horsepower) with a modified front end (that yellow shock is actually an expensive Öhlins part) and a rather aerodynamic and yet comfortable rig.

The friends at MotoMag in France actually got the chance to ride this strange combination and their impressions are not bad at all, although they do mention the DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar enjoys turning right more than it does turning left. Now why would that be…?


DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar Exterior
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DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar


DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar Exterior
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DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar


DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar Drivetrain
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DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar


DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar Exterior
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DJ Sport Suzuki B-King sidecar

Source: motomag via fasterandfaster

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2 comments:

  (515) posted on 02.23.2010

Umm... not too sure about the 106 / 160bhp thing. The original article (MotoMag) mentions 106bhp, so maybe they detuned the thing to keep it manage

Rod  (825) posted on 02.13.2010

I like it for sure it would be great for sidecar racing.

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