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Staff bikes: Suzuki GSR750 - GSR takes on the Nurburgring

Liam Marsden, 27 October 2011 14:55

Rising at 5:30am on a day off isn’t exactly what I’d call relaxing, but with the GSR already loaded up and sat waiting patiently in the garage and the Nurburgring as the finishing point for the day I was up surprisingly quick. Meeting my Dad’s mate Dave at Peterborough services we then met my Dad somewhere on the M20 before ...

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Staff bikes: Suzuki GSR750 - Tail tidy improves GSR's rear

Liam Marsden, 25 August 2011 15:56

After riding the GSR for the first few miles there was only one modification that I could see needed to be made, to fit a tail tidy and get rid of the huge piece of plastic hanging off the rear end of the bike. (Although it does come in handy as a tea holder.) I went for a tail tidy ...

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Staff bikes: Suzuki GSR750 - GSR shines at wet Brands Hatch

Liam Marsden, 11 August 2011 14:30

I’ve now been on two track days and on both there’s been rain. Despite the fact like most motorcyclists I don’t like rain (I don’t mind getting wet, it’s more the inconsistent grip levels) I decided the rain wasn’t going to ruin the latest one at Brands Hatch Indy – one of the Reclaim Our Tracks days run by Bike ...

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Poll: Suzuki GSR750 vs Triumph Street Triple, Yamaha FZ8 and Kawasaki Z750

Trevor Franklin, 12 May 2011 14:35

Triumph's successful Street Triple exploded onto the market in 2007 and hasn't been outclassed since. But there's a new bike in town... The Suzuki GSR750 has received rave reviews since its 2011 launch. Handling, tractable engine and ultra-sharp styling are everything we expect of a new bike, and the GSR has these. But can it's 105bhp ex-GSX-R750 engine and sharp ...

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Video: Suzuki GSR750 vs Suzuki GSX-R750

MCN, 05 May 2011 16:56

The new Suzuki GSR750 is a naked streetbike that costs £7,125, while the GSX-R750 is a focused sports bike that costs £10,026. £3000 more than the GSR750. But do you really need a focused sports bike, or will a cheaper naked bike cope just as well? We tested both bikes on the road and then took them to Brands Hatch ...

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