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Suzuki G-Strider

Suzuki G-Strider (November

BikePoint reported on a number of bikes unveiled at this Tokyo Motor Show, of Suzuki’s G-Strider was one

Here’s the insight into what the machine tick.

The Suzuki concept redefines the traditional position of a motorcycle, instead the posture a relaxed human assumes in a weightless environment.

The feet-forward design approach is by an unprecedented level of information and electronic assistance on a motorcycle.

Suzuki’s G-strider is all about the boundaries, introducing new ideas and on where motorcycle design go in the future, Perry Morison, Manager — Motorcycles, Australia, said.

As with concepts such as the Hayabusa-powered Suzuki has incorporated technology in the that may be pure fantasy or may production next year. what makes the concept so

Powered by a 916cc, four-…, DOHC, parallel twin the G-Strider utilises Suzuki’s Continuously Variable Transmission as found on the Suzuki Burgman 650

Electronics feature extensively in the G-Strider‘s design, electrically adjustable handlebars, rider’s seat, footrests, and for both rider and passenger, selection of the most comfortable position possible.

The Suzuki also features an advanced system which utilises a wireless infrastructure to support communication and Global Positioning (GPS) navigation assistance.

The is equipped with an intelligent ignition system and a self-diagnosis in which data from a of sensors is analysed and results on the liquid-crystal main monitor behind the windscreen.

In addition, a handlebar-mounted digital with electroluminescent backlighting easily readable information the bike’s key functions.

A unique console with trackball and large function keys, can be easily operated by gloved

Suzuki G-Strider

Futuristic safety features on the G-Strider include two rear-facing mounted in the rear lighting which feed video to the rearview monitors, replacing mirrors.

A high-intensity-discharge projector-type light with high-intensity light-emitting (LEDs) form a powerful headlight, while the tail and lights also employ intensity LEDs, making the more visible to surrounding even in broad daylight.

An cornering lamp system, uses microprocessors to sense the bank and handlebar angle, the road on the inside of the turn

Suzuki’s G-Strider also a centre-hub steering system and a welded front swingarm for rider control, and an anti-lock system (ABS), with the brakes using radial-mount calipers.

The package is mounted on impressive front and massive 220mm rear tyres to further its and stability.

Published. Friday, 21 2003

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