Suzuki debut new special editions

Suzuki will showcase no-less than nine special edition models at this years Motorcycle Live event, with a special version to suit virtually every rider’s need or want.

Built at the factory and available in limited numbers, the Hayabusa ‘Z’ model features a host of aesthetic highlights, offering fans of the legendary hyper-bike a special version to stand out from the crowd. Highlights include a special red and black paint scheme with a two-tone seat, gold anodised front forks, caps, and adjusters, steering stem nut and chain adjusters, as well as black Brembo calipers with red lettering.

The naked GSR750 gets factory ‘Z’ treatment too, featuring a classic blue and white colour scheme with gold anodised forks and red anodised spring adjusters, red rear suspension spring, and blue coloured drive chain.

For cruiser fans, two factory special edition Intruders will be making their UK debut, as a blacked out M1800RBZ and C800B take design cues from the recently introduced C1500T. Both models, which usually feature chrome detailing, including bars, levers, front forks and exhausts, are now clad in the same stealthy, matt black finish of the C1500T. The imposing M1800RBZ also features bold yellow accents to complete the unique look.

Catching the attention of all sportsbike fans will be a limited edition GSX-R750, with the special model featuring a host of Yoshimura components including the an R11 exhaust and red anodised Yoshimura hard parts, complete with a fitting red and black colour scheme.

For the UK market, a V-Strom 650 Touratech concept will be on display to garner feedback from show-goers, while a special graphics kits will be on display for the A2-friendly Inazuma 250 and the GSX1250FA tourer. And for off-road fans, the 2014 RM-Z250 machine will be on the stand dressed in the recently launched Holeshot accessory pack, which features a full Yoshimura RS-4 exhaust system, gold anodised Talon hubs and Excel rims, red anodised Yoshimura hard parts and a special graphics kit.

All of these bikes and the extensive 2014 models range will be on display on the Suzuki stand, 3B30, in hall 3A.

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