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|08-20-2015, 01:30 PM||#1|
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Video: The Suzuki GSX-R — 30 Years of Performance
Ask any sportbike rider (or heck, any real motorcycle enthusiast) what a "GSX-R" is, and they'll know what motorcycle you're referring to. The Suzuki GSX-R series has indelibly carved out its initials in the sportbike landscape, starting with the original '85 GSX-R750 that stunned the motorcycle world when it made its debut at the '84 Cologne Show. The GSX-R750 coined the term "race replica", because that's basically what it looked like; compared to the bikes before it, the GSX-R looked like it had just rolled off the racetrack. And it had the design and performance to back up its looks: aluminum frame and swingarm, 100-hp air/oil-cooled 750cc inline four, race-styled bodywork, and a dry weight of 429 pounds that undercut the competition by 60-90 pounds...the Suzuki GSX-R750 changed the motorcycle world as we know it.
This video showcases the behind-the-scenes story behind the creation of the GSX-R, the engineers responsible for its design, and their viewpoint on how far the model series has come since then. Watch for Part 2 coming soon.
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