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Motorcycles 2020 Suzuki GSX-R600, GSX-R750, GSX-R1000 First Look Preview

22:50  17 october  2019
22:50  17 october  2019 Source:   motorcyclistonline.com

This Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Dirt Bike Is Truly Insane

This Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Dirt Bike Is Truly Insane It just goes to show you can take any bike off-road. Normally you wouldn't dream of treating a Suzuki GSX-R 1000 like a dirt bike. It's made for maximum tarmac performance, not for sliding through the dirt. Well, except for this one. More Gixxers:GSX-R1000 vs. Ninja ZX-6R: Guess Who Wins?Ilmberger Carbon Introduces a GSX-R1000 Build The Stunt Freaks Team decided to take an ordinary Gixxer and tweak it a bit for the dirt. Off came the brittle bodywork, and on went a dirt suspension, wheels, tires, and a bunch of custom work to make it happen.

As much as we love to see our favorite brands of motorcycles release new models and update old ones, they simply cannot make those sweeping changes every single year. We have already seen Suzuki's new models, the V-Strom 650 Adventure ($10,399) and the long-awaited 2020 Katana ($13,499) retro ride, which pays homage to the original cult classic Katana.

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Most of the Suzuki sportbikes have recently received updates and redesigns, so for the upcoming model year we will have to be content with bold new graphics and color schemes for the GSX-R models, the GSX250R, and the Hayabusa. Once you see these new colors we would like to hear what you think about them because Suzuki has taken a more subtle approach to most of this year’s crop, forgoing the repli-racer look that it has deployed over the years.

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2020 Suzuki GSX-R1000 ($15,599)

The GSX-R1000 is still the quintessential superbike for the masses. It combines the power and agility that riders have come to expect from Suzuki’s flagship sportbike with a Superbike racing résumé that is hard to beat. This year the Gixxer One Thousand will be offered in Metallic Matte Black No. 2/Glass Sparkle Black or Pearl Glacier White/Glass Sparkle Black.

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2020 Suzuki GSX-R1000R ($17,699)

The GSX-R1000R was built with the mission of getting Suzuki back in the mix as a Superbike racing contender. If you are looking for the ultimate track-focused GSX-R, then you can now have it in either Glass Sparkle Black/Pearl Mira Red or the racer-replica Metallic Triton Blue.

The Suzuki Savage Had A Good Run, But It's Over

The Suzuki Savage Had A Good Run, But It's Over After a 33 year run, the little cruiser that could will not be back for 2020. There are a number of bikes missing from Suzuki's 2020 lineup. Sabrina has already waxed poetic about the Van Van. For me, the model that I'm sad to see go is one that I wasn't very comfortable riding personally, but that has been a part of my life in some capacity for a long time: the Savage. I mean, LS650. No, it's the S40 Boulevard now. Whatever they call it, I'll miss it.

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2020 Suzuki GSX-R750 ($12,499)

It’s been more than 30 years since the GSX-R750 was unleashed on the world and it continues to uphold the design elements that made it such a success. It takes a high-revving powerhouse engine and mates it to a 600-size chassis and, voilà, you have a great streetbike that can hold its own on the track. This model year see basic colors that include a Pearl Glacier White/Glass Sparkle Black or Metallic Matte Black No. 2/Glass Sparkle Black.

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2020 Suzuki GSX-R600 ($11,399)

The supersport class may not have the prestige it used to have but these are still a great option for riders looking to start participating in trackdays or riders looking for a budget-friendly weekend ride. No matter what you are looking for, the 600 engine is manageable enough for new riders and fun enough for experienced riders alike. The 600 seems to have received the last-minute graphics concepts because both the Pearl Glacier White and Glass Sparkle Black are a little bland.

This GSX-R1000-Powered Quadzilla Is King Of The Monsters

This GSX-R1000-Powered Quadzilla Is King Of The Monsters Utter madness!

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2020 Suzuki GSX250R ($4,599–$4,899 w/ ABS)

The GSX250R will be offered in a base and ABS-equipped version. The base model is available in either Metallic Diamond Red or Pearl Glacier White/Pearl Nebular Black while the ABS-equipped GSX250R will be differentiated by its Metallic Crystal Blue/Pearl Nebular Black color scheme.

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2020 Hayabusa ($14,799)

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While the latest version of the Hayabusa looks ultra-hot in the Candy Daring Red colorway, the sublime Metallic Thunder Gray version seems like it should be offered with radar-resistant stealth paint because it seems so tactical in nature. It’s still a ’Busa so we have to take it seriously!

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