2017 Suzuki Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S.
Pure Beast PowerBy (I am an Owner) on Dec 03, 2017
I purchased my 2017 B.O.S.S in March and immediately I could tell the difference between the 2009 and 2014 M109's I had. Extremely powerful but yet very manageable. Many of my Harley Davidson friends have tried to leave me. That didn't work out for them. The ride is smooth and very comfortable for ... city and long cruises. I would recommend this bike for any bike enthusiast's. Get job Suzuki. Oh has the thought come up about a fairing with radio and navigation system. Just wondering.
Kicks Butt and Takes NamesBy (I am an Owner) on Jul 24, 2017
This bike is an elegant beast. It kicks butt, takes names and seizes attention whether you're cruising down the avenue or chasing down fresh asphalt. Not a canyon carver but the M109R's gixxer pedigree can translate into an exhilarating experience in the hands of a rider who massages the championship ... racing heritage out of those 4.4-inch pistons. The rider/machine geometry puts the rider in a slightly canted-forward perspective looking down the road and coaxes the t-shirt ripping, confidence inspiring alpha male lurking in riders who say, "I need more power". Surprisingly refined, the M109R is rather quiet once speed is level, but pin the throttle and the motor and exhaust snarls and barks out a loud, rapid-fire staccato note. No puff-puff puffing from the pipes on this beast. The big 240 rear tire makes this machine an absolute asphalt-eater on the straights, but the rider must be one with the bike and be strategic when approaching the apex, then, by all means, pin it hard and the bike responds with heart pounding acceleration in sync with the pounding of those piston heads in the big oversquare chambers of hell fire. LOVE THIS MACHINE!