Suzuki B-King First Impressions
“Will the B-King ever see production?”
First impressions are all positive and while not having had a chance to actually ride one yet, we predict it will be an extremely livable "first cousin" and a rowdy alter ego to the legendary and newly ... via WebBikeWorld
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#1 Nov 25, 2007
Picked up a non-ABS yesterday. Put 230 miles on it today. Although break in limi ts were adhered too, I ran it up to 95 mph a few times at 5000 rpm. It appears to be at least as quick as my 2000 'busa, while being easier on the wrists and back. Wind is not a problem up to about 85, and when I got the tires scuffed up (after 100 miles or so) it handled extremely well. I'm looking forward to using the complete rev range of the motor. Final word: a true sportbike with more relaxe ergos.
#2 Apr 30, 2009
Break-in on the B-King lets you go up to 95 mph? You've got a very special bike there, and I'd work hard to keep it that way ... especially until it's fully broken-in.
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