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2009 Suzuki M90 First Ride Photo Gallery

Suzuki releases a mid-sized cruiser with styling cues from its popular M-class in the form of the 2009 M90.

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