The 10 best Suzuki street bikes are bikes that look sharp when you get on them and also burn rubber down the road as much as you would like. Impress your friends when you tear down the road on one of these bad boys. Suzuki has been creating motorcycles since the early 1950s and has been proficient in the use of both two- and four-stroke engines. Whether you ride for pleasure on the weekends or like to race on a track to really show how devoted you are to the sport of motorcycle racing, these Suzuki street bikes will see you through it all.
- 2009 Suzuki Hayabusa. This line of Suzuki street bikes is said to be the sweetest on the entire planet. For the price of a compact car, you can get your fill of its aerodynamics, power and handling. For serious street riders only. It is the best due to its performance-to-price ratio.
- 2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000. The 2009 GSX-R1000 by Suzuki is a street bike that has some serious street cred on its side. For six years, it was the AMA Superbike Championship series victor. It is great for the racetrack. With its Suzuki Exhaust Tuning and its new compression ratio of 12:8:1, this street bike is all business.
- 2009 Suzuki GSX-R750. This street bike by Suzuki is a great bike for supersport functions. With its 750cc, liquid cooled, 16 valve, and four stroke engine, it is accompanied by titanium valves and aluminum alloy pistons that empower you to be the boss on the streets. With its 32 bit ECM that boasts a hefty 1024 kilobytes of ROM, this Suzuki bike is geared for optimum performance.
- 2009 Suzuki GSX-R600. The 2009 GSX-R600 from Suzuki was born out of technology discovered on racetracks around the world! It is equpped with a 600cc, four cylinder engine and it also comes with a Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve system that assures improved fuel atomization, which only means good things for you as the rider.
- 2009 Suzuki GSX650F. From Suzuki, the GSX650F from 2009 is a street bike that is more balanced and cheaper than the others so far on this list. For all-day riders, this street bike has an upright seating postition. This street bike has a fuel injected, liquid cooled and smaller 656cc engine that combines speed with decent power.
- 2009 Suzuki SV650SF. For all those lovers of open road-riding out there, this 2009 Suzuki SV650SF has you covered. With V-twin power and 90 degree, V-twin architecture, this street bike is nicely balanced. This Suzuki street bike features a six-speed transmission that shifts smoothly and has a more compact, finer crankcase.
- 2009 Suzuki GS500F. Built for agility and light handling, this Suzuki street bike is great for street riding, but on more twisty, turning roads. A good bet for beginner riders, it is sufficient for a daily commute as well as weekend riding. The GS500F lets riders customize it to their preferences courtesy of its 7 way, preload adjuster of its rear suspension.
- 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa. The Hayabusa street bike got a facelift for the 2008 year when compared to the prior year. It comes with a greater power-to-weight ratio that means faster bursts of acceleration.
- 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa. 2007 was the year that started it all with Suzuki's premier street bike. For its time, it was the fastest production bike on the whole planet and came with a four stroke, liquid cooled engine and Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers.
- 2007 Suzuki GS500F. When it was reintroduced as a redesigned street bike in 2007, people were all abuzz about its light-weight, performance capacity. Today, people still talk of its clean throttle reactiveness and good acceleration.
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