Suzuki says that "the rider aides package doesn't require a degree in engineering to understand and doesn't need to constant adjustment by a squad of computer technicians to work". Coming to the suspension, the bike will get Showa balance-free front forks with external damping circuits and a balance free rear cushion shock. The bodywork is said to be MotoGP-inspired, meaning it will be more aerodynamic and compact than the existing models for better handling and top speed. It will also get a new fuel tank that has a "lower top and a sleeker shape" to help the rider tuck himself. One more feature is that it will now get LED indicators and lights, both up front and rear.
Suzuki has done all these to the 2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000 with just one goal in their mind, that is to get back it's crown as the "King of the Sports Bike".
By: Rakesh Gowda