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The 1985 Suzuki GSXR750 motorcycle brought hot street bikes ever-closer to racing machines. The GSXR had a 750-cc engine that was capable of producing up to 100 horsepower impressive at the time. See pictures and learn about the 1985 Suzuki GSZR750.
The 1986 Suzuki RG 500 Gama motorcycle was too high-strung for everyday street use. Experienced riders saw the bike was capable of tremendous speeds but novices rarely tapped this potential. See pictures and learn about the 1986 Suzuki RG 500 Gama.
The 1983 Suzuki Katana 1100 motorcycle received mixed reviews for its outer-space design. The new generation of engines used on these bikes featured dual-overhead cams and four-valves-per-cylinder. Check out info and pictures of the 1983 Suzuki Katana 1100.
The 1976 Moto Guzzi V1000 Convert motorcycle performed as if it had an automatic transmission. It featured a torque converter that allowed the rider to come to a complete stop and accelerate without using the clutch. Learn about this big Moto Guzzi.
The 1966 Suzuki T10 motorcycle with its mild-mannered engine was aimed squarely at commuters. Performance was not on the mind of the designers when this bike was built instead they focused on economy. See pictures and learn about the Suzuki T10.
The water-cooled engine of the 1975 Suzuki GT 750 motorcycle earned the bike the nickname the 'Water Buffalo.' The bike had a large radiator bolted to the front of the frame and the engine had a water jacket to keep it cool. Learn about the Suzuki GT 750.