Suzuki’s TT Centenary GSX-R trio breaks cover
Suzuki GB has announced the final specification for its Isle of Man Centenary Special Edition GSX-R range. The limited edition models have been produced under an exclusive licence from the Isle of Man government to celebrate 100 years of racing at the famous TT circuit.
The GSX-R1000, 750 and 600 variations are offered in unique colour options and each bike will be individually numbered and certificated. The identifying number is located with the Isle of Man TT logo on the top yoke plate.
The bikes also display a specially-designed graphics kit featuring the TT logo intertwined with the bikes’ original graphics on both side of the fairing and on the rear seat cowling.
The GSX-R1000’s special colour scheme is a combination of Marble Erakis Red and Metallic Mistic Silver and it will also feature the stunning and highly-anticipated Yoshimura GP Evo twin exhausts (RRP £1400($2,710)), as well as a tinted screen. Only 150 units will be made available at a special RRP of £9,949($19,270).
Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue and Solid Black is the colour combination for the Special Edition GSX-R750, which also features a black, double-bubble screen. At £8,199 RRP($15,875), just 200 units of the 750 option will be produced.
Completing the Centenary TT GSX-R line-up is the GSX-R600, which comes in Pearl Vigor Blue and Solid Black. Like the 750, it will also carry the exclusive parts pack and a black, double-bubble screen. This extra-special GSX-R600 has an RRP of just £7,199($13,940) and only 150 units will be available.