Suzuki GSX1300BKL0 2010 B-King New Suzuki Motorbikes – P&H Motorcycles

25 Mar 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Suzuki GSX1300BKL0 2010 B-King New Suzuki Motorbikes – P&H Motorcycles
Suzuki B King Concept

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Speaking plainly, there are no circumstances in which the Suzuki B King can be described as a sensible motorcycle – but then one look at its outrageous styling tells you this was never the intention. Genius is usually associated with madness, and this motorbike is no exception to the rule.

The Suzuki B-King is ridiculously fast, monstrously powerful, and looks like it was designed by Vivienne Westwood using bits left over from the Transformers movie. Yet despite all of that, this is a remarkably civilised ride that will both surprise and seduce you.

First seen as a concept bike at the 2001 Tokyo Motor Show, it has changed very little in design, from concept dream to production reality. It has lost a few of its sillier toys (such as finger print recognition starting) but the original design was so ahead of its time that they have had to change very little to keep it contemporary.

If anything, these incredible motorbikes have benefited from the wait, because they now carry the very latest engine technology, borrowing the 1340cc powerplant from the altogether more obvious 2008 Hayabusa. This has been detuned to give lots more low-end torque, peaking at an awesome 108 lb ft at just 7,200 revs.

And while it is far lower revving than its traditional superbike brother, it still manages a chest punching 181.5bhp at 9500 revs, to take you to 165mph should the opportunity arise. With more power than a GSX-R1000 superbike at much lower revs, it’s far and away the most powerful naked bike around. No wonder the supercharger was considered unnecessary, and dropped from the original design.

Suzuki B King Concept

With such raw power and a hefty 518lbs in weight, you might expect these new motorcycles to be a bit of a beast – but quite the opposite. They remain agile and stable at both high and low speeds, while the wide tank and crazy retro space helmet headlight act like fairing, so unlike most naked bikes you can ride it fast on the motorway without feeling you’re about to be blown off.

The only puzzling feature about the inspired madness that is the Suzuki B-King is the button to select alternative engine mapping, with a B mode to tame the beast with restricted power and lower torque. It’s a really sensible feature, which means that nobody crazy enough to want a B-King is ever going to go press it!


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Suzuki B King Concept
Suzuki B King Concept
Suzuki B King Concept
Suzuki B King Concept

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