Gsxr Suzuki Gsx 750

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I was going to buy the GSXR 600 until my coworkers persuaded me out of it, and I'm pleased they did. I've had this bike for over a year and am extremely pleased with it. I considered the liter bike, but it was too hefty for me; this bike is an excellent compromise between the 600 and 1000. It's quick and can catch a fish.

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Present at the Cologne Motorcycle Show in September 1984, the GSX-R 750 hits the French market in 1985 at a price of 42 500 FF, a year after its smaller sibling with 400 cm3. The Japanese manufacturers only offered 2-speed replicas of their race motorcycles, such as the Yamaha RD500LC, Honda NSR 400, and Suzuki RG500. Etsuo Yokouchi, Suzuki's director of racing, is the driving force behind this bike, which has a four-speed engine and is billed as a road racer[2]. The charge sheet is to design a 100-ch athletic motorcycle that is 20% larger than its competitors[3].

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