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Generations: 112
First production year: 1984
 

2017 - Present

The Hayabusa engine is fitted with tapered, 44mm double-barrel Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) throttle bodies. Unlike conventional fuel-injection systems, the SDTV system has two butterfly valves in valve via a throttle grip, and the engine management system automatically controls the secondary valve, opening it incrementally to maintain optimum intake charge velocity based on engine rpm, gea...




 

2014 - 2015

GSX-R600 is one of the most popular street-legal supersport bikes, and it only gets better and better with each passing year. Because Suzuki is back to MotoGP in 2015, it was natural that one of the liveries evoked the premier class Racing Blue colors. Some of the technologies from MotoGP made it to the GSX-R600 in a form or another, such as the high-tech slipper clutchm Brembo monoblock caliper...




 

2014 - 2015

Three decades after the introduction of the first GSX-R machine, the 2015 model year GSX-R750 carries on the racing heritage. Packing power which is almost tapping into the liter-class superbike territory, but offering everything in a compact size that's more like a 600cc Gixxer, the 2015 MY GSX-R750 is a most worthy successor of the great racers of yore. The 2015 MY GSX-R750 arrives w...




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY GSX-R1000 celebrates Suzuki's return to MotoGP, and offers a Racing Blue livery which harks back to the looks of the Rizla-sponsored bikes of the past. The GSX-R1000 has been tested alongside the GSX-RR machine and even has borrowed some technologies from the actual prototype. GSX-R1000 comes with a high-grip seat and adjustable rider pegs which also reposition the rear brake pe...




 

2014 - 2015

Suzuki tweaked a bit the 2015 MY Hayabusa, and even though it's hard to make dramatic improvements to such a piece of machinery, the new bike is a tad better than the previous versions. The Brembo monoblock radial-mount front calipers got bigger pistons for more stopping power and an increased feeling of being in control when braking at any speed. The standard ABS introduces yet another deg...




 

2013 - 2014

The 2014 MY GSX-R600 represents the new-generation of street-going sport bikes, a nifty heritage of more than 1 million Gixxers manufactured and an excellent testimony of motorcycle-making excellence. In the past years, Suzuki has not made dramatic changes to its bikes, and this was compensated by step-by-step improvements and tweaks which allowed the GSX-R600 to keep up with the competition and...




 

2013 - 2014

Back in 1985, the first GSX-R750 started roaming the streets and spread fear on the race tracks. Almost three decades after the Gixxer family was born, the 2014 MY GSX-R750 proudly shows it has gone a long way, and lives up to the great expectations. It packs weight and dimensions which are similar to the 600cc Gixxer, but backed by a solid amount of extra power and torque like any decent racin...




 

2013 - 2014

After hitting the one million Gixxer milestone, Suzuki is also celebrating 50 years of motorcycle manufacturing, so a special edition of the GSX-R1000 is definitely a thing we saw coming. This limited edition machine sports a special livery which harks back to the bright, lively color schemes of the first Gixxers, and is adorned with blue anodized elements and accents. If you saw it once it...




 

2013 - 2014

Getting edgier and edgier with each passing model year, the GSX-R1000 remains one of the elite liter-class superbikes, a machine engineered to deliver both on the street and on the race track. In fact, it's the closed circuit racing the GSX-R1000 has been built for, and the fact that Suzuki decided to add street-legal amenities to it is because Hamamatsu wanted you to see how sizzling hot t...




 

2013 - 2014

The GSX-1300R Hayabusa ABS 50th Anniversary Edition celebrates half a century of bike-making in the house of Hamamatsu, a successful story which has covered anything from small beginner bikes to dirt machines, sport and all-rounder motorcycles for everyday use and highly-engineered beasts dominating the racing tracks around the world. Hayabusa, probably the flagship Suzuki bike, receives a ...




 

2013 - 2014

Hayabusa continues to stand as one of the most spectacular hypersport bikes in modern times, and the 2014 model year lives up to the ever-growing expectations. The bike recently received racing-inspired monoblock Brembo calipers for the front brakes, and they offer top-spec trak-derived performance for both closed circuit and street riding. The braking system was also enhances by the addition of...




 

2012 - 2013

A bike with multiple racing accolades to its name, the Suzuki GSX-R600 remains one of the best-loved Supersport-class street machines ever made. The 2013 MY carries on the successful recipe and refines performance and technology to deliver an even more rewarding riding experience, both on the track and on the urban tarmac. Add in the Showa Big Piston fork, a precise rear monoshock, a new, s...




 

2012 - 2013

The GSX-R750 has come quite a long way since its introduction in 1985, but the modern models have only gotten better and better, with Suzuki constantly working to increase power and improve handling, turning them into modern, state-of-the art machines. If anything, the GSX-R750 is the sweet spot between the lightweight 600cc machines and the uncompromised performance of the liter-class bikes. ...




 

2012 - 2013

This bike is a very special machine in Suzuki's history as it celebrates the 1 millionth Cixxer manufactured since the introduction of the GSX-R models. 1985 GSX-R1000 Commemorative Edition have been manufactured and sold worldwide, to the lucky customers who were fast enough to grab one. The bike's livery is a tribute to the original GSX-R750, the machine which started the sport bike ...




 

2012 - 2013

Some say that the GSX-R1000 is in need of a major revamping job and might be true, as the bike remained almost unchanged fro quite a long run. However, if you throw a leg over the 2012 MY GSX-R1000 you'll be thrilled to see that there is rather little which can be improved to make a different machine. Technically, the liter-class Gixxer is derived from the actual bikes used in road racing s...




 

2012 - 2013

If you see a yellow Hayabusa rolling down the street and it looks like one of the new models, you're probably looking at the 2013 MY GSX-1300R Hayabusa Limited Edition. This limited run bike arrives in a a Marble Daytona Yellow/ Glass Sparkle Black livery you just can't get from anywhere else, and this is basically what sets it apart from the base model. On the tech side, the bike...




 

2012 - 2013

As its name already says, the 2013 MY GSX-1300R Hayabusa ABS is delivered with standard ABS and is Suzuki's first bike in the sport range to offer this technology. Radial Brembo monoblock front brake calipers are also standard, and they sport bigger pistons for more feedback. The new Hayabusa offers three selectable engine maps, and the Suzuki Clutch Assist System (SCAS) back-torque-limitin...




 

2011 - 2012

The 2012 MY GSX-R600 shares the technological improvements its bigger sisters benefited from thanks to the MotoGP and Endurance racing series. The bike got lighter and thus improved the power-to-weight ratio, dominating the class and providing an even more explosive performance. Radial monoblock Brembo calipers are also standard, and the frame was renewed to accommodate the new Showa BPF fr...




 

2011 - 2012

The massive 8-kg weight reduction is probably the biggest improvement of the 2012 MY GSX-R750. A whole lot of bits and pieces have been redesigned using the latest developments of the MotoGP and Endurance World Championship programs, and this allowed Suzuki to maintain or increase the performance of the bike while making it lighter and more compact, with an improved feel, The frame was also...




 

2011 - 2012

Suzuki included technological developments meant for their racing bikes in the 2012 model year GSX-R1000. This includes new materials for a lighter, better revving engine with increased compression. At the same time, the GSX-R1000 receives radial Brembo monoblock calipers, and racing rotors, a new ECM for top-drawer engine management, three engine mappings, clear-lens turn signals and a host of ...




 

2011 - 2012

Suzuki is hanging on to the very good tradition of delivering Special/ Limited Edition machines and for 2012 house Hamamatsu prepared a small run of GSX-1300R Hayabusa Limited Edition bikes. These machines are easily recognizable as they come in a new Candy Sonoma Red livery which is a real head-turner. On the tech side, the GSX-1300R Hayabusa Limited Edition shares all the upgrades with th...




 

2011 - 2012

The 2012 model year brings several improvements for the acclaimed Hayabusa hypersport machine. Suzuki adds a new S-DMS (Suzuki Drive Mode Selector) which put three different mapping at the disposal of the rider, changing the engine character according to various riding situations. The news include a redesigned 4-2-1-2 exhausts system with large-volume cans, relocated for better banking, enhanced...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2011 MY GSX-R600 packs he same street and track worthiness its bigger siblings have gotten us used to, and is a full-fledged race machine. Smaller and lighter than the liter-class Gixxer, the GSX-R600 is however equipped with the same premium-class components, such as riding modes, dual-throttle valve injection, a 4-into-1 titanium exhaust, a slipper clutch,a comprehensive dash an even and ...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2011 MY GSX-R750 combines the best of both worlds as it packs the extra grunt of an engine superior to that of the supersport class yet retaining its lightweight construction. These two attributes have been the winning combination right from the early days of the model, while the recent developments of the bike only made it better. This racing-derived sport bike also comes with an elect...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2011 model year GSX-R1000 doesn't bring any new major improvements, as it looks like Suzuki's constant tinkering here and there is enough to maintain the edge this bike has both on the track and the street. The liveries for 2011 have been upgraded, and the bike is delivered in Solid Black/Metallic Mat Titanium Silver and the new graphics Metallic Triton Blue/Glass Splash White. ...




 

2010 - 2011

For 2011, the Suzuki Hayabusa receives two new liveries, the Pearl Mirage White with gold trim and the Pearl Nebular Black with red trim one, introducing even more elegance to a bike which has in time become one of the iconic supersport-touring machines. No upgrades worthy of being mentioned are in place for this model year, as it looks like the bike is great as it is. The Hayabusa was rece...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2010 MY GSX-R600 retains the amazing nerve of this middleweight racer which was tamed a bit for city use. Multiple race-focused features have been kept in place, such as the radial brakes, advanced electronics package, premium suspensions and the chassis-engine combination which proved to be highly-favored one among sport bike enthusiasts. However, no major technical improvements over p...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2010 MY GSX-R750 maintains the successful recipe of its predecessors, putting on the street a bike designed for racing, but with amenities to make it legal and rideable in more casual scenarios. Open-class racetrack performance is delivered in a middleweight package which is usable for daily commuting as well. Still, riders get a fully-evil bike, equipped with fully-adjustable premium suspe...




 

2009 - 2010

2010 brings the 25th anniversary of the liter-class GSX and Suzuki has prepared a special edition bike with astonishing looks. Offered in a limited run, the GSX-R1000 25th Anniversary Edition sports lush golden accents and magnesium-colored parts. Basically, the livery is unlike anything you've seen before on a GSX-R1000, with special graphics which extend to the rims and even the ignitio...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2010 MY GSX-R1000 does not come with major updates, as both Suzuki and the riders seem to enjoy this superbike quite a lot. The in-line liter-class 4-cylinder engine packs explosive power which has been proven on both professional and amateur tracks. The GSX-R1000 in fact belongs to the track, as it was engineered with Hamamatsu's racing program in mind and tweaked to suit the street. ...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2010 season sees a Suzuki GSX-1300R Hayabusa which carries on the upgrades introduced back in 2008. The highly aerodynamic bodywork is the unmistakable trademark for the bike, with its rounded, voluptuous shapes and aggressive sporty stance. The engine power has been maintained at the new standards introduced by the recent power plant upgrade, offering a most rewarding experience to skilled ...




 

2009 - Present

Bruce Anstey produced a stunning result winning the Supersport race on his GSX-R600 with a 34 second lead and setting a new lap-record in the process.To celebrate this sensational achievement, we have produced a special edition model in the team livery with celebratory graphics.In addition to the stunning livery and graphics you have all the standard benefits of the GSX-R600, a product of Suzuki...




 

2009 - Present

Cameron Donald finished first in the prestigious Superbike race and then went on to claim Suzuki's seventh consecutive Superstock win on-board his production-based GSX-R1000. To celebrate this sensational achievement, we have produced a special edition model in the team livery with celebratory graphics. This special edition model boasts all the benefits of the standard model with three engi...




 

2009 - Present

The GSX-R600 is a sport bike from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. It was introduced in 1985 and can be considered to be the first of the modern racer-replicas with many race-derived technologies and the looks of a Suzuki Endurance racer at an affordable price.




 

2009 - Present

The GSX-R750 is a sport bike from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. It was introduced in 1985 and can be considered to be the first of the modern racer-replicas with many race-derived technologies and the looks of a Suzuki Endurance racer at an affordable price.




 

2009 - Present

The GSX-R1000 is a super bike from Suzuki's GSX-R series of motorcycles. It was introduced in 2001 to replace the GSX-R1100 and is powered by a liquid-cooled 999 cc (61.0 cu in) inline four-cylinder 4-stroke engine.




 

2008 - 2009

The GSX-R600 is the entry point sport bike in Suzuki's 2009 model year line-up, and the bike retains many of the features which give it an extra edge on the track. Compact ans bold, the GSX-R600 can also be used as a daily city slicer if your commuting is a short-range one. Battling for the top places in the middleweight sport bike range, the GSX-R600 is often referred to as being a benc...




 

2008 - 2009

The GSX that started all the madness becomes better with each passing year, as Hamamatsu is constantly finding way to tweak the machine for more performance even when no huge changes are being implemented. This allows the stock version of the 2009 MY GSX-R750 to replicate a lot of the race bike's character, especially as radial brakes, adjustable high-performance suspensions and on-the-fly...




 

2008 - 2009

The 2009 MY GSX-R1000 enjoys the accolades the liter-class machine received in the AMA Superbike Championship but Hamamatsu is not idling. While the GSX-R1000 is not a completely new-generation machine, Suzuki's engineers continue to tinker and squeeze out more performance from the engine, while chassis tweaks constantly improve cornering, grip and maneuverability. Thanks to the Suzuki...




 

2008 - 2009

The 2009 MY Hayabusa is powered by the new-generation 1,340cc in-line 4 engine and fed through the high-tech dual throttle valve EFI system. The engine also comes with driving modes for better compliance with the riding scenario. Aerodynamics have also been improved, even if this doesn't seem possible. The sleek, fluid shapes have been carefully tweaked for better air flow at high spe...




 

2008 - 2010

Introducing the 2008 Suzuki GSX-R600. It is the GSX-R of the middleweight class, a product of Suzuki´s legendary Integrated Design approach. A machine designed and refined by a team of talented engineers working together to build a motorcycle that delivers Balanced Performance. That's partly due to a conventional but perfectly weighted steering damper and partly thanks to a low, 810 mm seat...




 

2008 - 2010

My Suzuki GSX-R750 has a new 750 cc engine. It benefits from ram/air induction via two fairing inlets, with six-speed, close ratio gearbox. The 2008 GSX-R750 also has a three way, on the fly engine mapping. The transmission shifts very well, but hasn't quite reached typical Suzuki gearbox proficiency yet, as only 1500 miles have been clocked. Daily mileage brings improved performance, howev...




 

2008 - 2010

Ever since the Suzuki Hayabusa was introduced, it’s had only one competitor: Itself. That’s why the new 2008 Hayabusa is so impressive, compared to the original. The new Hayabusa’s engine is thoroughly updated for more power and an improved power-to-weight ratio, which you’ll experience as an even greater rush of acceleration. Its refined chassis and suspension help provide crisper handling. And...




 

2007 - 2008

The 2008 model year brings upgrades to the entire GSX-R family and the GSX-R600 is not making an exception. Suzuki upgraded the engine and made it more compact, while increasing the responsiveness and the performance. The fuel injection system is of course new, and matches the redesigned combustion chamber and pistons. The whole power plant was redesigned for more power and the new engine manage...




 

2007 - 2008

The 2008 MY GSX-R750 arrives with a heap of updates in all the departments. The engine is new and sports a new injection system, while Suzuki's latest engine management software takes care of the performance. The chassis is also revised with a new electronic steering damper, new and lighter cast aluminium wheels, revisited USD Showa forks and a larger tank.




 

2007 - 2008

The 2008 MY liter Gixxer did not suffer dramatic changes from the previous version, as it looks like Suzuki was quite pleased with the performance of the bike. New liveries have anyway been added to the model year, and they include the classic GSX white and blue scheme, plus a sizzling hot dark gold one, and a pearl white color. A constant challenger on both track and street, the 2008 MY GSX-...




 

2007 - 2008

The 2008 model year brings new things for Hayabusa machines. We're eyeing a redesigned instrument cluster with analog meters for speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and water temperature with a new S-DMS mode indicator, gear position indicator and adjustable engine rpm indicator. The engine is also new, packing 1340cc and provides an 11% performance increase, with three engine mappings...




 

2007 - 2008

The limited models have been produced under an exclusive licence, to celebrate 100 years of rancing at the famous TT circuit. The Special Edition GSX-R was always its best asset, and now thanks to a three way power switch you can choose how much power you need depending on the conditions.




 

2007 - 2008

For 2007, the latest version of the legendary GSX-R75O continues to relentlessly advance high-performance technology. Combining the responsive torque and broad, smooth powerband of a heavyweight with the compact size and easier handling of a middleweight. Now more compact . More powerful. More aerodynamic.




 

2007 - 2008

The 2008 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 is, arguably, one of the most powerful machines in its class, thanks to its liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 988cc, transverse four cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission, that can reach a maximum power output 164 horsepower and 113 Nm of torque. In addition, it comes standard with a large-diameter muffler, a full-fairing with a small windscreen, l...




 

2006 - 2007

With the success of the liter-class GSX-R, the smallest member of the family could not be left without a hefty infusion of race-proven technology. Multiple findings which helped the GSX-R1000 dominate the race tracks around the world have been downscaled and adapted to fit the 600er machine. You get race-derived aluminium frame and swingarm, top-drawer dual valve throttle intake, a new rear s...




 

2006 - 2007

There are no major changes in the technical department for the 2007 MY GSX-R750, as this replica racer generation seems to have been able to comply with both the riders' and competition's demands for years in a row. With multiple parts and technologies derived directly from the works racing programs, the GSX-R750 delivers 150 hp and a blasting riding experience on both street and trac...




 

2006 - 2007

The 2007 MY GSX-R1000 introduces a new frame and a new engine, both aimed at domination on both track and street. The engine is more compact and comes with an adjustable torque limiter for the slipper clutch, while the brakes have also been revised for compliant performance. A new electronic steering damper takes care of the sharp handling, while the new suspensions arrive with better adjustabil...




 

2006 - 2007

The 2007 MY GSX-1300R Hayabusa has not received any technical upgrades over the previous year, so we're still dealing with an 175 hp, 141 Nm in-line four engine loaded in the same frame and hiding beneath the unmistakable fluid lines of the iconic Busa fairings. However, Suzuki decided to deliver the bikes in three new colors which have been, until now, reserved to the special edition mo...




 

2006 - 2007

The 2007 MY Suzuki GSX-R 1000 is a powerful, liter-class machine that boasts only premium, race-inspired parts, such as lightweight, Marchessini cast-aluminium wheels, a titanium exhaust system, a 43mm Kayaba inverted front fork, a Kayaba adjustable monoshock in the rear, a digital instrumentation panel with an analogue tachometer, a Brembo braking system with dual front discs, and an aerodynami...




 

2006 - 2008

The GSX-R 600 2006 model is 15 mm shorter in overall length, the seat is lower and generally speaking, the bike has a 5% improvement in aerodynamics.




 

2005 - 2006

The 2006 MY GSX-R600 is loaded with a new engine, which has passes through the same overhaul its bigger GSX-R750 brother got. This brings in better fuel injection, better control on the power and torque deployment, enhanced cooling capability, a slipper clutch and a tunable exhaust system. The bike's frame was also revised entirely, with a new architecture and a new swingarm, also accomm...




 

2005 - 2006

The 2006 MY GSX-R750 introduces a tweaked engine which integrates a lot of changes aimed to provide weight reduction, optimum combustion efficiency and better power delivery. The list of component which have been redesigned is too long to mention here, but if we were a bit stricter we'd say thet the 2006 MY GSX-R750 has an all-new engine altogether. The back-torque-limiting clutch is als...




 

2005 - 2006

The 2006 MY GSX-R1000 has not received significant changes over the previous version, as it looks like the current recipe works just well. The wind-tunnel-developed bodywork cuts the air almost to perfection, allowing the liter Gixxer to benefit from minimal drag, while the ram-air intake ports are integrated with the fairing. The same level of flush-mount integration cant be observed in the tur...




 

2005 - 2006

Seeing yet one more limited edition bike from Suzuki is not a surprise, but it looks like someone at Hamamatsu really knows how to make a bike which stands form the crowd. Hayabusa is anything but an elegant bike: it's sleek and fluid, with almost voluptuous shapes, but calling it elegant is something of a far stretch. Still, with the gunmetal grey livery and accented wheels, the 2006 MY GS...




 

2005 - 2006

When the name Hayabusa pops up in a conversation, everybody becomes all-ears. In a way this is true at street level, too, as the presence of the Busa makes everything all the more interesting in an instant. For the 2006 MY, the Hayabusa retains the character which have made so many riders love it, with crisp acceleration and 175 horsepower to spare. With a mighty peak torque arriving as early as...




 

2005

Only 50 units of the "Barry Sheene" Replica were ever released by Suzuki.




 

2004 - 2005

The 2005 MY GSX1300R Hayabusa is the first with white turn signal lenses, and yellow bulbs. This upgrade enhances the overall looks of the bike and makes it even more menacing. A legend in the world of super-sporty touring bikes, the Hayabusa also benefits from the new smart feature which shuts off the headlight during startup, to reduce the load on the battery. The 1298cc in-line four produc...




 

2004 - 2005

The 2005 model year GSX-R1000 is a redesigned machine, with a new chassis and a slightly bigger engine. The aluminium frame is shorter and provides sharper steering, but the wheelbase remained almost the same. The 999cc engine comes with some extra punch, and new, radial brake calipers with racing-like performance, a new catalytic silencer made from titanium and which provides reduced turbulence...




 

2004 - 2005

The 2005 model year GSX-R750 marks two decades of Gixxer excellence, and Suzuki has prepared a special version. However, the house of Hamamatsu delivers a base version of the bike for riders who are not exactly fond of the slightly retro livery of the 20th Anniversary model. The two bikes are identical spec-wise, so the choice is only a matter of aesthetics. You'll be in charge of 155 ho...




 

2004 - 2005

A new feature of the 2005 MY GSX-R750 reduces the load on the battery during startup by switching off the headlights. This model celebrates 20 years of GSX-R750 success, with a livery that evokes the first Gixxers, a racing-like muffler end cap, vortex-grooved brake discs, racing-style sliders, a tinted windscreen and even a blue chain. The bike specs are identical to those of the standard mo...




 

2004 - 2005

The GSX-R600 needs no introduction, as it is one of the highly popular supersport-class machines of modern history. The 2005 MY just got smarter and will now switch off the headlights during startup, reducing the load on the battery. The bike boasts the same features which made it famous, with a narrow engine which favors aerodynamics, performance-enhancing cylinder coating, a compact build for ...




 

2004 - 2005

The 2004 Suziki GSX-R 1000 has, at its heart, a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 988cc, transverse four cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission, and can reach a maximum power output of 164 horsepower and 113 Nm of torque. In addition, it comes standard with a full, aerodynamic fairing, a small windscreen, a large-diameter muffler, a Brembo braking system with dual front discs...




 

2004 - 2005

The Suzuki GSX-R 750 the original racer replica. Suzuki introduces the all-new 2004 GSX-R750. Since the beginning, the GSX-R750 has been about overall balance of handling and engine performance. For 2004, the GSX-R750 takes that balance to an entirely new level with an improved compact, lightweight design that creates an awesome combination of handling, performance and style.




 

2003 - 2004

The 2004 MY brings upgrades to the GSX-R600 as well. The Supersport star receives titanium valves for more precise, dependable operation in the high revs range, and an all-new 32-bit ECU which provides better engine and fuel management. At the same time, the 600cc-class Gixxer has a narrower frame which also brought a revised bodywork for improved aerodynamics. The fuel tank is also narrower to...




 

2003 - 2004

While the GSX-R750 is THE Gixxer, this doesn't mean that technical progress will avoid it. The 2004 MY GSX-R750 receives a solid update in the form of an all-new 32-bit ECU which allows better engine control for increased power delivery and better fuel management and race-grade titanium valves. A new, more aggressive bodywork, black powdercoarted swingarm and frame, and high-performance ...




 

2003 - 2004

Since the Gixxer 1000 is a real race winner, Suzuki is offering a Mat Mladin Replica to celebrate his success in the AMA Superbike Championship. The 2004 MY GSX-R1000 Mladin Replica evokes the 1-2 finish in the inaugural GSX-R1000 season, with Team Yoshimura and the presence of this replica on the street is further acknowledging the racing dominance of the liter-class Gixxer. On the tech side...




 

2003 - 2004

The liter-class Gixxer is the Motorcyclist magazine's Motorcycle Of The Year for 2003 and Cycle World's Best Superbike for the same year, and this means more than simple words. The 2004 MY GSX-R1000 mixes the best of both track and street worlds, with race-derived features and "civil" riding manners for an experience which is always thrilling. This model brings 162 hp and ...




 

2003 - 2004

Red and high-performance vehicles is a combination which will never go out of style. The 2004 MY Limited Edition Hayabusa is delivered with a fiery red livery which will turn a lot of heads, especially as the Kanji logo appears in contrasting colors. On the tech side, the Limited Edition is identical to the base model, with 175 hp and 141 Nm of torque, sport program-derived aluminium frame an...




 

2003 - 2004

One of the pinnacles fo high-displacement hyperbikes, the Hayabusa is also one of the benchmarks in the segment of blazing-fast sport-touring bikes. Track-natured but with a surprisingly comfortable seating position for the average rider, the 20004 MY Hayabusa boasts an aerodynamic coefficient other bikes can only dream of. The 175hp, 141 Nm machine is tamed by big racing-grade brakes, while ...




 

2002 - 2003

The 2003 MY Special Edition of the GSX-R600 celebrates Suzuki having won the 2002 AMA 600 Supersport title, and its livery is inspired from the Suzuki Alstare World SuperSport color scheme. You will basically spend your money on a bike which is identical (on the tech side) with the current model year, but which will proudly show off the yellow and purple livery with its green pinstripes and the ...




 

2002 - 2003

Suzuki GSX-R600 is the 2002 AMA 600 Supersport Champion, so we're dealing with areal racer. This bike brings together racing-grade performance and street-level usability delivered in a package which looks just as good as it feels from behind the handlebars. For the 2003 MY, the GSX-R600 offers a new-generation fuel injection system with a more powerful ECU and improved mapping. Full adju...




 

2002 - 2003

Some say that the sport bike revolution began with the GSX-R750, but it doesn't really matter whether this claim is true or not. The real life shows a sizzling hot bike which is lighter than its liter-class sisters, and which still delivers a massive power figure just under 140 hp. The package contains a highly-aerodynamic bodywork, a compact but comprehensive instrument cluster, fully...




 

2002 - 2003

The 2003 MY GSX-R1000 may look a lot like its v-twin sibling, but we're dealing with a full-fledged in-line four-powered machine this time. Sharing a top place in the liter-class superbike segment with the TL1000R, the big Gixxer is more powerful, with its 988cc engie producing 162 hp and 120 Nm of torque. The engine sits in a black aluminium frame with an adjustable swingarm pivot, roll...




 

2002 - 2003

Suzuki has a long and neat tradition of delivering Special Edition models for their most popular models every now and them, and 2002 sees the launch of the 2003 MY GSX-1300R Hayabusa Special Edition. The SE Hayabusa is displayed in a striking copper livery which will definitely turn a lot of heads. On the tech side, the Special Edition Hayabusa is identical to the base model, with 175 horsepo...




 

2002 - 2003

Year by year, Suzuki adds more tech tweaks to the immensely popular Hayabusa, the flagship Gixxer. For 2003, the GSX-1300R got a redesigned fairing which retains the classic shape of the model but comes witha lower drag coefficient and improved aerodynamics. The clutch now offers a back-torque limiter which provides smoother downshifts and better overall control. The tank is hing-mounted for...




 

2001 - 2002

The 2002 MY GSX-1300R Hayabusa delivers once more a high-performance package which is both respected and feared on the street. Retaining the successful recipe which made it one of the most popular sport-touring machines of the at the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the new one, the Hayabusa delivers 175 hp and 141 Nm of torque from its liquid-cooled 1298cc in-line 4. Sporting the...




 

2001 - 2002

The 2002 MY GSX-R600M Movistar Telefonica replicates the exact look of the Suzuki RGV-500 that Kenny Roberts used to win the 500cc World Championship. Underneath the MotoGP-liveried fairing, the bike is identical to the base version and shares its upgrades. This means that you get new bolt-on bungee hooks, a new exhaust finish, and low beam mode for both headlights. The engine is the same high-p...




 

2001 - 2002

The 2002 MY GSX-R600 shares the upgrades its bigger 750cc-class sibling introduced, so customers will get new bungee hooks, a cool polished look for the exhaust and will also enjoy the fact that both headlights operate in the low beam mode. Even though the engine is derived from that of the 750 Gixxer, it has plenty of original components engineered especially for it, and complying with the s...




 

2001 - 2002

The Gixxer that started it all, the GSX-R750 is still living up to the highest expectations with the 2002 model year. More than often referred to as the benchmark in the class, the new GSX-R750 brings a fully adjustable swingarm pivot system, new bolt-on bungee hooks, a new polished stainless steel exhaust and as an extra feature, both headlights now work in the low beam position. Racing-insp...




 

2001 - 2002

After being named Sport Rider Magazine's 2001 Bike of the Year, the GSX-R1000 carries on the race track-proven heritage and introduces a new paint scheme in red and black, bolt-on bungee hooks and a sleek-looking polished stainless steel exhaust. Under the luxuriuous, aggressive bodywork, the GSX-R1000 is hiding a monstrous 999cc in-line 4 engine which can deliver 160 hp and whose 6-speed ...




 

2001 - 2005

The 2001 year's GSX-R600 looks just like the 2000 year's GSX-R750, with only two differences: the unbraced arm and the conventional fork of the GSX-R600.




 

2001 - 2004

For 2001, Suzuki introduced a new GSX-R model that replaced the largest and most powerful model of the GSX-R series sport bike, the GSX-R1100, with the all new GSX-R1000. The Suzuki GSX-R1000 is capable of leading the fast group at track days or winning races but useable and stable on the road. It’s not super fast steering but it’s still a nimble bike. Really hard use can show up weaknesses in t...




 

2000 - 2001

The 2001 MY GSX-1300R Hayabusa carries on the sport heritage and continues to fascinate generations of riders. Powerful and maneuverable, this is one of the ultimate sport bikes with real touring capabilities, as it boasts special ergonomics and allows the rider to spend multiple hours in the saddle. A high-performance machine in all aspects, the GSX-1300R Hayabusa doubles as a good choice for r...




 

2000 - 2001

If you feel like swinging a leg over a light bike which can deliver explosive power and be as fun on the race track as it is exhilarating on the street, the GSX-R600 is definitely a must-see. One of the very popular choices among supersport riders, the GSX-R600 is inspired from the highly successful 2000 MY GSX-R750, boasting even more agility thanks to the lower weight and exceptional handling ...




 

2000 - 2001

Often referred to as the benchmark in high-performance sport bikes, the GSX-R750 has indeed reset the standards as far as track machines are concerned. The 2001 MY GSX-R750 carries on the heritage of the older models, incorporating Suzuki's newest technologies and ready to take on anyone and anything on both circuit and the street. The engine of the GSX-R750 is light and compact, but the...




 

2000 - 2001

The GSX-R1000 is a select member of the superbike elite club, with the 2001 MY taking off where the 750er left off. Without being significantly bigger or heavier than the traditional 750cc Gixxer, this bike however packs a significant power and torque upgrade. One of the high-performance components is the Suzuki Exhaust Tuning (SET) digital-control exhaust back pressure adjustment. The high-end ...




 

1999 - 2000

The 2000 MY GSX-R600 is one of the highly popular suspersport machines in modern history, packing Suzuki's road-racing heritage with modern technologies and offering a thrilling, rewarding experience. The bike's in-live 4-cylinder engine produces north of 100 horsepower which makes it nimble and exciting to ride, especially as the GSX-R600 is a rather lightweight machine. Improved e...




 

1999 - 2000

The GSX-R750 is one of the bikes which have re-written the history of the two-wheeled sport, and the 2000 MY carries on the heritage of this model. In a class of its own, between the supersport 600ers and the liter class superbikes, the GSX-R750 blends the best of the two worlds. The bike is lightweight and agile, but arrives with plenty is power to make riding fun and thrilling in any scenar...




 

1999 - 2000

The Hayabusa has a mesmerized riders ever since it was introduced, as it boasted a modern approach to the streamlined design, fluid and voluptuous, yet merciless and foll of no-compromise sport vibes. Effortlessly reaching speeds which would scare even seasoned riders, the flagship GSX-R machine was a fascinating presence on every highway. The bike was equipped with an 1298cc in-line 4 engine...




 

1999 - 2001

In 1992 Suzuki launched the GSX-R600 with the same body specification but with the smaller water-cooled engine. For 1999 the GSX-R600 its redesigned with the introduction of Suzuki Ram Air Direct (SRAD) and carried over through to the 2000 model year.




 

1998 - 1999

Early Suzuki GSX-R750 were carb-fed (injection didn’t appear until 1998), which can cause the DOHC in-line four cylinder, ram-air assisted motor some carb-icing problems on cold, damp days. It’s quite peaky as well, which dovetails neatly with its track-focus, but can be an issue if you’d rather dawdle than thrash. Some early ’96 Suzuki GSX-R750 had some cylinder head/piston clearance problems. ...




 

1997 - 1998

The new Suzuki GSX-R 600 was a street-going racer replica with Grand Prix technology used in the Suzuki RG racing motorcycle brought to the killed street rider. The 1998 GSX-R600 featured new graphics with "600", SRAD (Suzuki Ram Air Direct) being added and the Suzuki logo changing to a more agressive position on the fairing. Also note the front fender is changed to black while the rea...




 

1996 - 1997

My Suzuki GSx-R 750 has a new conventional twin-beam aluminium frame, instead of the traditional but taller and less rigid. New to the GSX-R760 range was SCEM (Silicon Carbide Electro-Plate) on the cylinders to reduce cylinder pitch and use of straight ports and the new SRAD induction and electronically controlled BDSR 39mm carburetors.




 

1993 - 1995

When 400 cc ruled the world of motorcycles, Suzuki’s GSX-R400 was the rarest little dinosaur. The Suzuki GSX-R400 feels very similar to its larger brother, but shrunk down. Its tiny pegs are high and are a nightmare on the road but they make sense on the track. However, you need to play around with the suspension.




 

1993 - 1999

A year after the presentation of the GSX-R750, a big brother with a 1100 cc engine was born. Like its older brother, the GSX-R1100 had a box-frame (steel, not aluminum), full fairing, full-floater rear swing and a four-cylinder four-stroke engine. The inverted Showa front forks together with the new 130/60ZR17 Michelin front tire gave the bike better stability in the front fork and better handli...




 

1992 - 1993

The 1992 Suzuki GSX-R 750 has, at its heart, a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 749cc, single cylinder powerplant paired to a six-speed manual transmission, and can reach a maximum power output of 118 horsepower and 80 Nm of torque. It boasts standard features such as a 41mm Showa inverted front fork, an adjustable monoshock as a rear suspension, a Nissin braking system with dual front discs, a fu...




 

1992 - 1996

The Suzuki GSX-R600 has always followed the same growth and development cycle of the GSX-R750, both getting updates at the same time and traditionally 1 year behind that of the flagship GSX-R1000. Also, recently both the GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 have typically received much of the same technology as the GSX-R1000 as well, albeit a year behind.




 

1990 - 1991

In 1990 the GXR-R 250 got new graphics put mechanically it remained unchanged. GSX-R250R, a super-sports model, was released. The GSX-R250 had a box-frame (steel, not aluminum), full fairing, full-floater rear swing and a four-cylinder four-stroke engine.




 

1990 - 1991

In 1990 SUzuki comes with a new frame wider and stiffer, teh swingarm was both longer and thicker. his was the first GSX-R to be fitted with inverted forks as standard, and returned to the bore and stroke dimension of the original long-stroke engine. The exhaust system was also changed, gone were the dual silencers and replaced with one stainless steel silencer on the right side and the transmis...




 

1989 - 1992

The 1989 Suzuki GSX-R400 feels very similar to its larger brother. Its tiny pegs are high and are a nightmare on the road but they make sense on the track. However, you need to play around with the suspension. On most models the rear is too soft and causes under steer. But once set-up, despite its old-fashioned-looking frame.




 

1988 - 1989

The 1988 Suzuki GSX-R 750 sports an air-cooled, four-stroke, 748cc, single cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission, and can reach a maximum power output of 112 horsepower and 74 Nm of torque. It also comes standard with a full-fairing, a small windscreen, a dual seat, a small, blacked-out exhaust, an analogue instrument cluster, a 43mm telescopic fork and an adjustable monos...




 

1988 - 1993

For 1988 the GSX-R 1100L bike was again tweaked and the wheelbase lengthened to correct the previous year's handling problems. 1991 (M model) saw the addition of larger carburetors and major cosmetic changes when the fairing was reworked to place the headlights under a smooth plastic cover that helped the bike's aerodynamics. 1992 (N model) was mechanically the same but offered more ag...




 

1987 - 1989

The GSX-R250 was born in 1987. The machine had a box-frame, full fairing, four-cylinder four-stroke, liquid cooled engine. In 1988 the GXR-R250 got new graphics, but mechanically it remained unchanged.




 

1986 - 1987

Enter the GSX-R1100, in late 1985 for the 1986 model year, boasting an alloy frame, endurance racer styling, around 130 hp and a wet weight of just 225 kg (496 lb-ft). The GSX-R is equipped with an engine, 1052cc, single-cylinder, four-cylinder engine, in line with a lightweight aluminum frame of aerospace quality. That resulted in a standing-quarter best time of 10.65 seconds at 209 km/h (130 m...




 

1985 - 1988

With over 100 HP output, the GSX-R 750 was a detuned version of the GS1000R racer. The street-legal limited version GSX-R750R model was introduced for 1986. The basic specifications of the bike were the same as for the standard model (except for the seat height) but the the ”double R” model offered some interesting goodies that improved an already great bike.




 

1984 - 1989

The GSX-R400 was released in 1984, being based on Yoshimura's TT-F3 racer GS1000R. The GSX-R400 was the first mass produced light weight racer with a liquid cooled four cylinder engine. Twelve-second quarter-miles from just 400cc that's what you need to know about Suzuki's GSX-R. It's a motorcycle designed to devastate the competition in Japan's highly competitive 400cc ...