Kawasaki’s Ninja 1000 ABS gets a direct rival in 2016 from Suzuki and its new GSX-S1000F. Though similar in design, some time on the road reveals notable differences between the two street-friendly liter bikes.
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 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