A quick spin around Lake Mead reveals Suzuki’s Boulevard C90T cruiser a very capable and affordable bagger.
Motorcycle USA takes Suzuki’s 805cc mid-sized cruiser with the company’s signature ‘M’ class muscle styling for a spin in this 2013 Boulevard M50 First Ride review.
Motorcycle USA explores the backroads of Nevada’s high desert aboard the new 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S.
How does the 2011 Suzuki Boulevard M109R Limited Edition stack up against its rivals in the performance cruiser category? Find out in our 2011 Performance Cruiser Smackdown.
Suzuki has released a new color option for the 2011 Suzuki Boulevard M109R which, in addition to the current Candy Indy Blue and Black/Candy Max Orange, is now available in black.
We pit Suzuki's big-bored M109R V-Twin against Star Motorcycles' burly Raider S in our latest metric power cruiser comparo.
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.
Suzuki cruiser motorcycles include the Boulevard C and M model lines, ranging from the big M109 and C109 to the C50 and M50, as well as the S series and GZ250. Suzuki Boulevard cruisers include the metric Twin C and M series, starting at the big C109 and M109. The C90 and M90 are mid-size cruisers, with the 805cc C50 and M50 the smallest of the two lines. The S50 also sports a 805cc Twin, with the S40 a 652cc Single. The GZ250 is a 249cc Single entry-level mount. History of Suzuki Motorcycles