Suzuki have unveiled three bikes at the INTERMOT motorcycle show in Cologne, Germany, including the all-new GSR750 naked middleweight and the revised GSX-R750 and GSX-R600.
The new Suzuki GSR750 is fitted with a 749cc inline-four (a detuned version of the GSX-R750 mill, no power figures are quoted...), six-speed gearbox, USD fork and preload-adjustable rear shock. Naked styling combined with comfy ergonomics should make this an interesting choice for some.
The 2011 Suzuki GSX-R750. We're sure it's as brilliant as ever, but isn't it beginning to look a bit dull now? We'd much rather have that new Ducati 848 Evo...
The 2011 GSX-R750, which shares its chassis with the GSX-R600, has been tweaked for better low-rpm throttle response, improved acceleration, better mileage and reduced emissions.
The 2011 GSX-R600 is 9kg lighter than its predecessor and gets a new chassis, which reduces wheelbase by 15mm. The bike also gets new Showa ‘Big Piston’ forks, lighter, more durable pistons, and revised close-ratio gearbox. Along with the GSX-R750, the 600 gets new radial-mount Brembo Monoblock calipers with fully-floating 310mm front discs for enhanced braking performance.
Now, we just can’t wait for the 2011 Suzuki GSX-R1000. Soon, we hope!