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Top 5 new Adventure Tourers coming in 2020

Top 5 new Adventure Tourers coming in 2020

Capable off-roaders with the balance and handling of a sport-standards

For some people, adventure is about finding your way through the unknown to see things no one has and doing things most haven’t. But unless you plan on walking, you need the right tool to get there. This is where these adventure touring machines comes in and sweeps you off your feet in the most humble and matured way.

Here are our top five all-new adventure tourers coming in 2020 with some excellent versatility to trout the lands across the globe. With the looks and utility of a capable off-roader and the balance and handling of a sport-standard, adventure motorcycles are a bipartisan look at how to tackle paved roads and dirt. Powerful engines, long travel suspensions, and a higher riding position with multiple rider aids adorn these machines.

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2016 - 2020 Suzuki DR-Z400S / DR-Z400SM

2016 - 2020 Suzuki DR-Z400S / DR-Z400SM

Suzuki Still Has Carbureted Dual Sports

Pitting the fuel-injection fans against the carburetor fans, we score a point for the latter with the DR-Z400S and DR-Z400SM from Suzuki. Fuel injection hasn’t yet made an appearance in Suzuki’s dual-sport lineup, which was a good thing or a bad thing, depending on which side of the fence you’re on. For 2020, the DR-Z siblings haven’t yet been touched by the FI update. Sharing the same engine as the 500EXC from KTM, the DR-Zs come on a different chassis with progressive-link rear suspension. The “SM” — the SuperMoto of the family — and the “S” feature a six-liter air box with quick-release fasteners trouble-free access to the air filter and special low profile mirrors that rotate hoping to avoid damage, both are pluses when you’re playing in the dirt.

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2015 - 2019 Suzuki DR200S

2015 - 2019 Suzuki DR200S

A Tried-And-True Dual Sport

Suzuki brings dual-sport capabilities to the entry-level sector with its DR200S. A heavy emphasis on offroad performance defines the overall look of the thing, and a 199 cc engine drives it over hill and dale as well as down the road with all the appropriate lighting for safety and legalities. The end result seems to be a functional, if plain, bike that provides a stable ride and moderate power with a humble overall bearing. A carry-over for the last few years, it hasn’t changed much, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Continue reading for my review of the Suzuki DR200S.

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2015 - 2019 Suzuki DR650S

2015 - 2019 Suzuki DR650S

A Hot Dual-Sport? Or Entry Adventure Bike?

It’s not the most attractive bike in the dual sport stable, though it’s small and scrappy with its 644 cc engine and so much fun to ride. With a glance at the DR650S from Suzuki and you might just dismiss it as an enduro bike. That would be doing it an injustice. It’s really a basic adventure bike that will get you off the pavement and into the woods with perhaps more gumption than a real adventure bike. Priced affordably, it isn’t a tragic to drop it as it would be otherwise and it is lightweight enough that you can pick it up and keep going.

Continue reading for my review of the Suzuki DR650S.

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2015 - 2016 Suzuki V-Strom 1000 ABS / V-Strom 1000 ABS Adventure

2015 - 2016 Suzuki V-Strom 1000 ABS / V-Strom 1000 ABS Adventure

Suzuki continues strong in the adventure market for 2016 with the V Strom family. The 1000 and 1000 Adventure share the stable with their 650 cc counterparts for fun on-road and off-road in grand touring style.

If you’re looking at an adventure bike for the first time, understand that this isn’t a sport bike with off-road capabilities. Don’t look at that 1000 cc engine and get a chubby like you would with a crotch rocket. These V Strom 1000s are adventure bikes – tall seat, tall tank and suspension squishier than a street bike, but not as much travel as a proper off-road bike. Is that a bad thing? No, as long as you know what you’re looking at.

Continue reading for my review of the Suzuki V Strom 1000 and V Strom 1000 Adventure.

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2015 Suzuki DR-Z125L

2015 Suzuki DR-Z125L

If you like off road adventures and you are looking for a compact, light and comfortable bike, then the Suzuki DR-Z125L might be just what you’ve been searching for.

The bike is built around a 4 – stroke, air - cooled, OHC engine with a displacement of 124 cc which is mated on a 5 speed constant mesh transmission. The motorcycle’s speed is kept in check by a front disc and a rear drum brakes.

As far as wheels are concerned, the Suzuki DR-Z125L is equipped with 19 inch front and 16 inch rear rims which are wrapped in 70/100-19 42M front and 90/100-16 52M rear tube type tyres.

You also get a lightweight, high rigidity steel pipe frame, telescopic front forks and link-type rear suspension.

The Suzuki DR-Z125L is priced at $3,199.

Hit the jump for more information on the Suzuki DR-Z125L.

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2010 Suzuki DR-Z70

2010 Suzuki DR-Z70

After the launch of the all-new Suzuki DR-Z70 back in 2008, the Japanese manufacturer carries on producing this model with little changes, something that makes us suspect that youngsters won’t be seeing this exercise applied on Suzuki’s small off-road model pretty soon. Not only the bike is a favorite in its category and there’s no reason to change something that isn’t wrong, but we also have the example of the bike’s bigger siblings, the DR-Z125/L.

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2010 Suzuki DR-Z125 / DR-Z125L

2010 Suzuki DR-Z125 / DR-Z125L

An unbeatable combination of style and performance is what characterizes the two bikes that got on our hands recently, Suzuki’s DR-Z125 and DR-Z125L. The same engine and chassis is used on both bikes, but the “L” model features bigger wheels, seat height and ground clearance and so it addresses to the taller crowd, while the simple model is what average sized riders would like to ride.

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2008 Suzuki DR-Z125L

2008 Suzuki DR-Z125L

If you want to join the off-road adventure and you are looking for the appropiate motorcycle this might be it. The DR-Z125L is designed for teenagers and adults who are developing their off-road skills.

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1996 - 2008 Suzuki DR650

1996 - 2008 Suzuki DR650

If you are looking for an exceptional combination of off-road agility and smooth street performance, you’ve come to the right place.

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Suzuki DR-Z125

Suzuki DR-Z125

If you’re looking to join the off-road excitement, you’ve come to the right place.

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2007 Suzuki RM-Z250

2007 Suzuki RM-Z250

The 2007 RM-Z250 is all new from the ground up and it is 100% Suzuki.

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2007 Suzuki DR-Z250

2007 Suzuki DR-Z250

There’s a good reason middleweight off-road bikes are so popular. They offer abundant power combined with lightweight handling - and the DR-Z250 sets the standard for the class.

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2007 Suzuki DR-Z400E

2007 Suzuki DR-Z400E

It’s hard to beat the thrill of accelerating hard out of a tight turn on a forest trail. And the perfect way to get in on the action is with a Suzuki off-road bike. With a championship-winning heritage, Suzuki off-road bikes offer an incredible combination of torquey engine performance and lightweight handling. Best of all, there’s a wide variety of models available, sized for most everyone in the family.

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