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When Suzuki introduced the original GSX-R750 in 1985, the company created a template for the modern four-cylinder sportbike. The proof is an impressive string of AMA Superbike championships for the GSX-R1000. Suzuki sportbikes now range from the lightweight GSX-250R to the fearsome 1,340cc Hayabusa, a favorite of extreme-performance junkies everywhere. Like that of other Japanese bike manufacturers, the Suzuki motorcycle lineup extends to low-slung cruisers, versatile adventure bikes, practical-but-fun standards, and single-cylinder dual-sport choices displacing between 200cc and 650cc. Suzuki’s forte may appear to be streetbikes, but its two-stroke RM85 and four-stroke RM-Z250 and RM-Z450 motocrossers compete at the highest level nationally. Add a pair of DR-Z125 playbikes and a couple of Burgman scooters to the mix, and Suzuki has most on- and off-road possibilities covered.
Discover the latest Suzuki sportbikes and dirt bikes in our 2020 motorcycle buyer’s guide. We ride and review all of the new Suzuki motorcycles and share our likes, dislikes, and overall opinion of each model, along with a breakdown of important specifications and retail pricing. Together with our dyno tests and comparisons, you’ll get a complete picture of every Suzuki in our buyer’s guide.
Browse the latest Suzuki street, dirt bikes, and cruiser motorcycle reviews and comparisons from Cycle World. We ride all of the 2020 Suzuki motorcycles. Read our detailed reviews and learn how those motorcycles stack up against their two-wheel competition in our comparisons.
From the 2019 Suzuki GSXR sportbike lineup to the Suzuki cruiser and off-road bikes, Cycle World breaks down every 2019 Suzuki motorcycle. Check out the technical specifications and retail pricing for all 2019 Suzuki motorcycles, plus previews, first-ride reviews, road tests, and comparisons.
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