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2009 Suzuki M90 First Ride Photo Gallery
The 2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90
Suzuki releases a mid-sized cruiser with styling cues from its popular M-class in the form of the
Carousing on Cannery Row with one of my old buddies!
It would have been easy for Suzuki to source the mill from its C90 classic cruiser, but it went for a more performance-oriented 1462cc mill for the M90.
Hwy 1 spread out before me as a small group of motorjournalists tested the M90s on California's central coast.
You can attack corners aggressively and confidently on the M90.
The M90 has all the styling cues that make the M109R popular and comes in red, blue or black.
Are you sure this thing's a cruiser? It sure doesn't handle like one.
The M90 fills in the gap between the M109R and the M50 nicely.
Sitting on a dock of the bay - the blue of the bike, the blue of the ocean, and a blue sky. What a day!
The 2009 M90 has all the styling essence of its big brother in a more user-friendly package.
The signature cowl of Suzuki's M-class of power cruisers leads the way as I give the M90 a little throttle.
Suzuki spent a lot of R&D to make the sound quality of the M90's pipes comparable to the M109R.
I thought it said free parking!
This is your face on M90 at 70mph.
The M90's shaft-drive provides smooth power delivery and is low-maintenance.
The M90 is a good-looking bike and turned plenty of heads along the boardwalk.
Easy to handle, plenty of power, rider-friendly ergos with contemporary styling cues - a deal for less than $10K.
It was an ideal riding day in Monterey, and the M90 was a terrific bike for cruising the beach.
A motley crew of motojournalists prepare to leave the popular motorcycle haunt, the Big Sur Inn.
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