Is this the bike Suzuki’s going superbike racing with for 2017? Suzuki releases information on its next generation liter-class sportbike.
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In the spirit of #ThrowbackThursday, MotoUSA presents a combined, full-length installment of MotoUSA’s 2012 Superbike Smackdown IX Shootout, at the racetrack, featuring the Aprilia RSV4, BMW S1000RR, Ducati 1199 Panigale, Honda CBR1000RR, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, KTM RC8R, MV Agusta F4R, Suzuki GSX-R1000, and Yamaha R1. Nine superbikes, one winner.
Suzuki expanded its 2016 model year with the naked GSX-S1000 and fully-faired GSX-S1000R, street-friendly designs powered by the GSX-R Inline Four. MotoUSA reports on its first ride in this combined 2016 Suzuki GSX-S1000/F review.
After battling at the racetrack, Superbike Smackdown X moves to the street to see how the same six Superbikes perform on the open road.
After fighting for fast laps at the circuit, we pit the Ducati 899 Panigale, MV Agusta F3 800, and Suzuki GSX-R750 against one another, on the road.
Suzuki gets another crack at the competition from Europe, this time on the road, with its proven and well-refined GSX-R750.
Suzuki sportbikes are headlined by the mighty Hayabusa hypersport. The popular GSX-R1000 superbike and GSX-R600 are complemented by the GSX-R750. The GSX650F is Suzuki's entry-level sportbike. Suzuki sportbikes are the Japanese marque's signature models. The large-displacement Hayabusa defined the hypersportbike class. Meanwhile, the GSX-R1000 superbike and GSX-R600 supersport are Suzuki's road-racing platforms - the Gixxers enjoying great success, including utter domination of the AMA Superbike series with Mat Mladin and Ben Spies. The Gixxer lineup is supplemented by the middle-weight GSX-R750, the only 750 four-cylinder superbike still in production. The GSX650F represents Suzuki's entry-level sportbike. History of Suzuki Motorcycles