Suzuki has unveiled the brand new B-King today in Cologne alongside the totally revised GSXlR1000 and the remaining 2007 range for the first time to the public.
Possibly the longest awaited motorcycle in recent history since the prototype was first seen some three years ago, today the B-King emerged from under a cloud of smoke as the main feature of the Suzuki launch. Suzuki presented the radical looking 1300 to the world's press in a futuristically themed affair proudly showcasing the bike as this years leading new release.
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Suzuki's all new K7 GSXR1000 is one of only two brand new litre superbikes being launched this year along with the Yamaha R1, so all eyes have been on Suzuki to see if the 2007 version can live up to the status of the very successful current GSXR1000.
Both the 650 and 1250 Bandits have also been in the lime light today including the S and GT models. And in keeping with the commuter theme Suzuki also launched the all new Burgman 200.