Suzuki recently announced their Isle of Man Centenary Special Edition GSX-R range, where all the models (GSX-R1000, 750 and 600) are being produced under licence from the Isle of Man government. Suzuki are building these bikes to celebrate 100 years of racing at the IoM. Unique colours, and graphics that incorporate the TT logo - on the fairing and the rear seat cowl - will distinguish these LE Gixxers, and each bike will be individually numbered. The bikes will also be fitted with the Yoshimura GP Evo exhaust system and a tinted screen. A total of 500 units will be made (including all three engine variants), and will cost US$19,300 for the GSX-R1000, US$15,900 for the GSX-R750 and US$13,900 for the GSX-R600.
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