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2013 Suzuki Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S. Road Test

Suzuki’s C90T classic cruiser series finally returns, based on the M90 platform with a liquid-cooled engine.

Arden Kysely
May 31, 2013

Long and low, black as night and trimmed with just enough chrome to entertain the eye, Suzuki’s 2013 Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S. (Blacked Out Suzuki Special) cuts a figure worthy of favorable commentary, or so was my experience after spending a month with this machine. But a spiffy black suit isn’t enough... Read more »

Suzuki Adds Three to 2014 B.O.S.S. Family

Suzuki has unveiled three additional blacked-out Suzuki Boulevard cruisers—the Boulevard C90 B.O.S.S., the Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S., and Boulevard C50 B.O.S.S.

Rider Magazine Staff
May 24, 2013

Suzuki has unveiled three additional blacked-out Suzuki Boulevard cruisers—the Boulevard C90 B.O.S.S., the Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S., and Boulevard C50 B.O.S.S. Suzuki stripped away the C90T touring bike’s windshield and factory-issued hard bags to deliver a new Blacked Out Special Suzuki (B.O.S.S.)... Read more »

Want to see the 2014 Suzuki Boulevard B.O.S.S.?

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Rider Magazine Staff
May 21, 2013

Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. will be unveiling new 2014 motorcycles on Friday, May 24. Until then, the manufacturer has provided a tease of a sneak peak of a rendering of one of the new models, a 2014 Boulevard B.O.S.S. You’ll have to wait until Friday to see more.

Suzuki Motor of America Inc. Introduced

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Rider Magazine Staff
April 3, 2013

Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) has been announced as the sole distributor of Suzuki motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, marine outboard engines and automotive parts and service in the contiguous United States and Alaska. This announcement comes following the restructuring of American Suzuki Motor... Read more »

Suzuki V-Strom 650 Project Bike

This looks like a working motorcycle, like a quarter horse is a working horse! It sits right, it’s practical and the author is relaxed and comfortable on it.

Peter Starr
February 1, 2013

For some, the Suzuki V-Strom 650 is complete right out of the box. My 2008 model, though one of the most practical and ergonomically pleasing bikes I have ever owned, seemed to be begging for modification. The chance of my ever riding it off-road is slim to none, so I set about improving it for medium-... Read more »

Suzuki Celebrates 50 Years in the U.S. Market

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Press Release
January 17, 2013

Suzuki is kicking off of a series of customer appreciation promotions to celebrate its 50th anniversary in the U.S. market. Suzuki officially entered the U.S. market on August 16, 1963. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of this historic date, Suzuki will be offering customers the opportunity to win... Read more »

2013 Suzuki Preview: Three Dandy Dozen

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Rider Magazine Staff
November 27, 2012

American Suzuki recently took the tough step of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and ceasing auto sales in the U.S., which will allow it to focus on its motorcycle and marine business in this country. The plan has already resulted in its powersports lineup swelling from just 10 bikes and ATV models in... Read more »

Rider Comparo: Honda NC700X vs. Kawasaki Versys vs. Suzuki V-Strom 650 ABS

Kawasaki Versys, Suzuki V-Strom 650 ABS and the Honda NC700X.

Bill Stermer
November 6, 2012

Mid-size bikes make a lot of sense. Not only because they tend to be less expensive and lighter, but also because they have become so competent. Considering competence, this trio of liquid-cooled, 650cc-class twins each has a 6-speed transmission, chain final drive and some gravel-road pretensions (though... Read more »

2012 Suzuki V-Strom 650 ABS Road Test

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Greg Drevenstedt
January 13, 2012

Remember the SV650? When it debuted in 1999, Suzuki’s small-fry naked bike wowed the press and public alike despite having modest power, budget components and no wind protection. Why? The SV650 had that special something not all bikes have. It can’t be bolted on and it doesn’t show up in spec charts.... Read more »

Suzuki GSX-R750: The First Generation 1986-1987

1987 Suzuki GSX-R750H. Owner: Gabe Carrillo, Downey, California.

Clement Salvadori
December 1, 2009

In the mid-1980s the Japanese got deadly serious about their sportbikes. When the 750cc size became the competition class of choice, everybody piled in, with Interceptors, Ninjas, FZs…and Gixxers, the first generation of GSX-R750 models, which have continued to this day, except that what cost $4,499... Read more »

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