INTERMOT 2010: Suzuki GSR750

New naked middleweight headed for Europe

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Oct. 07, 2010
Suzuki unveiled a new naked middleweight at the 2010 INTERMOT show in Cologne, Germany.

The Japanese manufacturer introduced three models in Cologne, including the updated 2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 which you can read about in editor Kevin Dukes report from their North American launch.

Not coming to North America, at least not as a 2011 model, is the all new Suzuki GSR750. The naked standard is powered by the previous generation GSX-R750s engine, retuned to improve low and mid-range power.

The 2011 Suzuki GSR750. Unfortunately, there aren't any plans to bring it to North America yet.

The GSR750 uses an all-new tubular steel frame that Suzuki says combines the advantages of a tubular girder streetbike frame with a twin spar sportbike frame. Front suspension is provided by a 41mm upside down KYP fork with adjustable preload. On the rear is a link type single coil shock with adjustable preload.

The front wheel is equipped with two 310mm floating brake discs with Tokico hydraulic dual-piston calipers while the rear uses a 240mm disc with Nissin single-piston caliper. Suzuki will also offer ABS as an option.

For more pictures, visit our 2011 Suzuki GSR750 gallery. And dont forget to check out the rest of our INTERMOT 2010 coverage.

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