Low-mile ‘06 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Redefines Impeccable With Its Faultless Condition
No matter how fun, powerful, or safe modern superbikes get, there’s just something special about the raw, rampant superbikes from the past. If you nodded in agreement and are looking to get your hands on one, we’ve got some good news. Popular reseller Bring A Trailer has a listing for a sizzling hot 2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000, and it’s so clean that you’ll want to make an impulsive purchase.
Your Favorite Suzuki Hayabusa Now Comes In Three New Colors
The Suzuki Hayabusa stepped into its third generation last year and the bike went through a major overhaul to become its best self yet. While the electronic aids and top-shelf components made the most headlines, the updated design was equally impressive. But showing that things can always get better, Suzuki has introduced the MY2023 Hayabusa with three new colors, which make the bike look as dazzling as ever.
Think You’ve Seen Crazy? This Video Of A Blisteringly Quick KTM 1290 Super Duke Taking On A Suzuki Hayabusa Will Make You Re-think
Suzuki GSX-S950 R Is A Limited Edition Riot Brewed Up To Celebrate The 2022 French MotoGP Round
There’s plenty of talk surrounding Suzuki’s abrupt exit from the MotoGP paddock at the end of this year. But this hasn’t stopped Suzuki’s French arm from introducing a limited edition variant of the GSX-S950 that celebrates MotoGP’s French Grand Prix scheduled for this weekend.
Suzuki Hayabusa vs Suzuki GSX-R600: An Unfair Drag Race With SHOCKING Results!!
600cc motorcycles are often treated as downright “slow” by superbike owners, especially people with Hayabusas, and it makes sense since there’s a huge power advantage with the latter.
However, this drag race between a Suzuki GSX-R600 and Suzuki Hayabusa will make you think twice before calling a 600cc bike slow again. Ready to have your mind blown? Well, let’s get into it then.
Drag Race: Suzuki Hayabusa & Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R Go All Guns Blazing Against Each Other
If you’re a regular visitor here (thank you!), you probably know that we love bringing you drag races that feature the iconic Suzuki Hayabusa, and this right here is another example.
In this duel, a stretched-out second-gen Suzuki Hayabusa goes up against an equally stretched-out 2019 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R and the result is closer than you can imagine.
Battle Of The Heavyweights: ‘09 Yamaha V-Max Takes On A ‘09 Suzuki Hayabusa Head On
Since it first came into being, the Suzuki Hayabusa was one of the fastest motorcycles in the world and it blew everyone away with its ballistic performance.
While the ‘Busa was quick to gain a lot of popularity, the Yamaha V-Max with similarly insane numbers always went under the radar, even though many people claimed the V-Max was actually faster than the Busa off the line!
To find out whether this is indeed true, we did a little scouting on YouTube and came across this drag race between a 2009 Suzuki Hayabusa and a 2009 Yamaha V-Max which…well, blew our minds.
Busa vs Busa: Gen-I Suzuki Hayabusa Drags A Gen-II Hayabusa. This One Is Super Close
The Suzuki Hayabusa has an illustrious past attached to it, all of which started with the OG first-gen model. The follow-up Gen-II ‘Busa, though, pushed the goal post further, making even more power, and selling in extreme numbers throughout the world.
Wondering which one’s faster between these two iconic bikes? Well, here’s a drag race that’ll paint you a picture.
Drag Race: Iconic first-gen Suzuki Hayabusa Goes Against The Mad Ducati 1299 Panigale
The first-gen Suzuki Hayabusa took the motorcycle market by storm and was immediately dubbed the ‘fastest production motorcycle in the world’. Since then, however, other manufacturers have sprung into action, pushing the boundaries of sportbikes to new heights, a prime example of which is the Ducati 1299 Panigale.
So who do you think would win between a first-gen Suzuki Hayabusa and a Ducati 1299 Panigale? Got a winner in your head? Now, read on to know who actually wins between these two in a straight line.
Blast From The Past: This 2001 Suzuki GSX-R600 Is An OG Supersport Waiting For You To Take It Home
Acceleration Test: Just How Fast Is The New Suzuki Hayabusa In A Straight Line?
The Suzuki Hayabusa got its biggest update last year. However, this update stirred up a bit of controversy, thanks to the drop in power due to the stringent Euro 5 emission norms. Suzuki, though, was adamant that the new bike was still rapid as ever and lived up to its ex- ” Fastest motorcycle in the world” tag.
Wondering how true this is? Well, Bike World recently took the all-new Suzuki Hayabusa to an empty runway to test the new Busa’s true speed, which also answers whether it has indeed slowed down.
Drag Race: Can A Near-stock BMW S 1000 RR Take On A Souped Up Suzuki Hayabusa & Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R?
The BMW S 1000 RR is one of the fastest bikes money can buy, but the same can also be said for the iconic Japanese hyper-tourers, the Suzuki Hayabusa and the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R.
Ever wondered whether the 1000cc BMW can take on these 1300+cc heavyweights in a straight line? Well, lucky for you, here’s a drag race that answers that very question.
Fail Of The Day: This Is Why You Shouldn’t Try To Bunny Hop A Suzuki GSX-R1000
Liter class superbikes are a force not to be played around with and that’s why manufacturers load them up with top-of-the-line electronics. However, electronics don’t make the bike idiot-proof.
Demonstrating exactly that, we have YouTuber BadKittyTime who attempted bunny hops on a Suzuki GSX-R1000, which did go to plan a couple of times but ended up in an epic fail of the day video.
Debunked: Are The Tires On Your Motorcycle Really Aging?
There are a lot of theories suggesting why you shouldn’t store tires or leave them on your motorcycle for a long period and even why you shouldn’t buy tires that are older than a few years.
But how true are these things really? Well, that’s exactly what we’re debunking here, with the help of a very informative video by Revzilla.
What’s Better Than A Suzuki Hayabusa On A Runway? Well, A Supercharged Suzuki Hayabusa; On A Runway!
Over the years, the Suzuki Hayabusa has become one of the most popular motorcycles to pop a turbo or supercharger and an extended swingarm to create a blistering fast drag bike.
And this is exactly what UK-based supercharger specialist TTS Performance did by popping in a supercharger on a second-gen Hayabusa, which puts out a bonkers 401 horsepower!
While this is a dyno-tested figure, the folks at 44Teeth wanted to test it out in the real world, so they did what any person would do with a bike like this - take it on an airstrip. But they didn’t stop there and brought along an all-new third-gen Hayabusa to do some drag races.
Up to speed? Let’s get to the real deal.
Top Speed Top Six Sportsbikes to consider for beginners
Starting with a sportsbike as your first might seem off-putting. Still, with technology and the manufacturers’ ability to make bikes as user-friendly as possible, it might just be the right entry for your motorcycling adventures. They are sleek with aerodynamic bodywork, top-spec suspension and braking setups, and ride with aggressive riding positions.
There are plenty of affordable bikes out there for every skill level matching the size of small wallets. These are our recommendations for young riders itching to feel the wind in the most stylish and flashy manner. And occasionally maybe want to drop a knee on a racetrack or zoom around your local canyon road.
Top Speed Top Six Sportsbikes to buy under $10,000
Massive engines, aerodynamic bodywork, top-spec suspension and braking setups, aggressive riding positions, these machines have got it all to attack everything running on the street and the track. These sportbikes enter with the best of electronic packaging and power to just be the fastest one out there. Built for speed, acceleration, braking, and cornering, they come equipped with components from the industry’s best names to achieve a little more speed every single time they get on the paved asphalt.
We here give you a list of machines in 2020 that do all that, without breaking your bank. For under $10,000, these machines will blaze the streets and sweep us off our feet in the most fashionable ways possible.
Top 10 Sportsbike of 2018
In a world where outright horsepower and straight-line speed hold center stage, these machines have blazed the streets and have swept us off our feet in the most fashionable ways possible. Built for speed, acceleration, braking, and cornering, they come equipped with components from the industry’s best names to achieve a little more speed every single time they get on the paved asphalt.
With the emphasis of a sport bike being on performance, there are certain design elements that most motorcycles of this type will share. Rider ergonomics favor function. Apart form the high performing engines, they are built to cut through the air as smoothly as possible. High tech and expensive materials are often used on sport bikes to reduce weight.
Suzuki teasing a special GSX-R 1000 R with Yoshimura ?
Built by engineers with years of experience and dominations in production-based Superbike, Superstock and Endurance races worldwide, and most importantly the WSBK MotoGP technology, the 6th gen 2017 GSX-R 1000 was the most compact, the most aerodynamic and the best-handling GSX-R 1000 ever.
The folks who made it themselves are upping the ante for 2019 and will be showcasing a new edition of their “King of Sportsbike” at the upcoming EIMA show in Milan. It is going to be a much more brutal version of the already potent GSX-R 1000R and Suzuki Italy has published a couple of pictures on their social media platform giving us a glimpse of this new weapon, probably in conjunction with Yoshimura.