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Michael Neeves  says:

2011 GSX-R750 ridden!

Senior Road Tester Michael Neeves is currently testing Suzuki’s all-new 2011 GSX-R750. His full report will be in next week’s MCN but here are his first impressions: “We’re at the Monte Blanco circuit near Seville in Spain. The big thing you notice straight away about the new GSX-R is it’s 8kg weight loss compared to the old model which makes it...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (01 February 2011 09:55)

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Jan 04

Posts: 131

foggie996 says:


If I hadn't been made redundant yesterday (any spare project manager jobs out there! ;-)) - this is the bike I would like to have in my garage.

No huge-power to over-power, low weight, great handing, superb comfort and all-round ability.

The GSXR 750 is the best - simples.

Just wish Suzuki would re-style what has become a bit of a tired cliche.

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Feb 10

Posts: 373


Suzuki 600 clone.......750

Suzuki 600,no need for a mirror, just stand it beside its big brother the 750 and aprt from paint jb what else is new?

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Jan 11

Posts: 15

reestyboy says:

I've got the K8 model and it's by far the best bike I've ever ridden/owned, so if this latest version is a further improvement it's gonna be something special !!!

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