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2011 Suzuki GSX-R750 First Ride Photo Gallery

Suzuki’s original race replica motorcycle, the GSX-R750 breaks cover at Barber Motorsports Park and we ride it. Find out how this redesigned sportbike performs in the 2011 Suzuki GSX-R750 First Ride review.

The 2011 Suzuki GSX-R750 exposed: The new bike is a claimed 17 pounds lighter than the 2009 model.
Suzuki continues to be the only manufacturer to offer a 750cc class sportbike with its $11,999 2011 Suzuki GSX-R750.
An updated Showa rear shock and linkage graces the rear end of the motorcycle.
The ’11 GSX-R750 gets new instrumentation similar in design to the GSX-R1000.
The only way you can differentiate the difference between the 600 and 750 is the bike’s paint job and this logo on the tail section.
The Suzuki GSX-R750 shares virtually every component with the GSX-R600 with exception of some of the engine internals.
In addition to the updated frame and engine, the GSX-R750 uses a Showa big-piston fork and Brembo monobloc brake calipers (an industry first for a production Japanese motorcycle).
An updated exhaust is four pounds lighter than its predecessor.
One of the biggest advantages of the GSX-R750 is its mid-to-top performance of its engine which allows the rider more flexibility when riding around the racetrack.
Stability is a strong point of the GSX-R in and out of the corner.
The redesigned rear suspension and Bridgestone Battlax BT-016 rear tires offers fantastic drives off the corner.
Steering effort is minimal at the controls of the GSX-R750.
In spite of the engine’s added reciprocating mass and corresponding seven extra pounds the GSX-R750 feels no heavier than the GSX-R600.
As usual, the slipper clutch in the GSX-R750 offers near perfect calibration during corner entry.