Suzuki SV650 Review Best Beginner Motorcycles

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Suzuki SV650 Review

The SV650 is a motorcycle that is to pin down. Most motorcycles are great for the experienced rider are too powerful for someone new to the hobby of On the other hand, most motorcycles are too underpowered and veteran are left wanting more. has led new riders buying 600cc+ in an effort to ‘plan ahead’ for they are experienced.

Unfortunately type of motorcycles were for racing and therefore are not very friendly.

The suzuki SV650 and the (sport edition) are the most and the largest displacement bikes this website recommends as of writing. The 90-degree liquid V-twin, 645cc, fuel engine delivers power in a managable way and is great for both a new and rider. Most sportbikes are with an inline-4 engine is the equivilent to a jet turbine in terms of output.

They can go quite fast you rev them up to speed, but most of are left lacking when it to mid-range torque. The SV has mid-range in spades, and is the type you need riding on the street. That is the primary reason why the SV makes a great beginner motorcycle. It the newer rider to get used to the of the throttle without having to too much about the motorcycle off without them.

If you pick up an older SV650 you will find that the is more rounded compared to the new this allows the frame to be cast aluminum alloy. The tube frames were cast and the rest was welded Both frames are well and very stiff which adds to the already impressive of this bike.

Couple that with the Metzler Mez 4 tires and you have a that can keep up with more race oriented in the twisties. One gripe that SV owners have is the suspension. A lot of think it’s much too which leads some to replace their front with those of a Suzuki but i think that the suspension well enough on the street.

Suzuki SV 400

If you going to be doing some riding either on the track or some aggressive twisties it may be worth it to change out the forks, than that I wouldn’t One more thing that owners complain about is the seat that comes on the SV. After some saddle myself I would tend to with them, so if you are going to be on some long trips you may to switch the seat out for an aftermarket (maybe a corbin).

When all things are considered the is not only a great looking but also a really fun one to ride. bike offers a great for those that are too self to start on a 250cc or 500cc or those that simple had lots of 2 wheeled dirt and want to move on to the street.


Half fairing less plastic to break in of a drop. 70 hp is enough for the experienced, but not too for the new rider. Cheaper than a ‘crotch rocket’.

Suzuki SV 400
Suzuki SV 400
Suzuki SV 400
Suzuki SV 400
Suzuki SV 400
Suzuki SV 400
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