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Suzuki M109

Debuting in 2006, the Suzuki M109R is a member of Suzuki’s ‘M’ or muscle class of Boulevard motorcycles. The M109R is the quintessential power cruiser motorcycle, combining Suzuki’s power and handling characteristics it has refined in its GSX-R sport bikes with sleek cruiser styling. The M109R has been tuned to produce arm-wrenching torque all the way from idle to redline.

Suzuki M109R
Clean lines and a somewhat futuristic look make this new Suzuki M109 cruiser different from the competition.
The Suzuki M109 is easily identifiable by its streamlined, trapezoidal-shaped headlight cover, swooping bodywork, a thick, inverted front fork and a 240mm wide rear tire. Though the M109 is considered a cruiser motorcycle, the M109R is full of top-shelf technology, like Suzuki’s Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) injection system and Suzuki’s race-proven Composite Electrochemical Material (SCEM) that lines the cylinder heads.

At the heart of the M109 power cruiser is a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 54-degree V-Twin. A five-speed transmission passes power to a shaft final drive. The M109R has a two-stage cam drive that creates a compact cylinder head and short engine height which allows for a low center of gravity. The 1783cc engine sits in a high-tensile, double-cradle steel frame.

Besides the M109R, Suzuki’s power cruiser is offered in two other variations, the leaner M109R2 and a M109R Limited Edition that adds a sporty racing stripe, custom gauges, a custom taillight, and a uniquely styled seat.

Suzuki M109 Motorcycle Reviews
2009 Suzuki M109R Comparison Review
Wednesday, June 09, 2010
The 2009 Suzuki M109R is a formidable power cruiser thanks to loads of readily available torque from idle and drag-style handlebars that encourage you to rev up its engine, drop the clutch, and smoke some tires.
2006 Suzuki M109R First Ride
Saturday, March 13, 2004
Suzuki hands out keys to its new power cruiser, and we take it for a spin around the Texas Hill Country.
Suzuki M109 First Looks
2011 Suzuki Cruisers First Look
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Suzuki recently introduced the five cruiser motorcycles in its 2011 line, including the bike that helped redefine the power cruiser class, the M109R.
Suzuki Intros First Wave of 2011 Motorcycles
Monday, July 19, 2010
After not releasing any new motorcycles in the American market for 2010, Suzuki is one of the first manufacturers to release its first wave of 2011 models.