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Suzuki Boulevard C109R
Suzuki presents the Boulevard C109R as the motorcycle that takes cruising to a new level which brings power in the palm of our hands and comfort for our backs and feet. You can easily understand where comfort comes from by looking at the pictures, but check out the technical features, especially the part where the GSX-R fuel injection system is being mentioned, and form your own opinion on this classic cruiser.
Suzuki launched the Boulevard C109R as the classic tourer
which will complete the Boulevard line of cruisers.
Suzuki did present the C109R as THE machine to ride in your
future years of cruising and their affirmations were indeed based on the
reliable package that they had to offer.
With strong competition coming from Honda and Kawasaki, the Suzuki reserves some surprises out on the open road and I am eager to see them.
What I most like about this cruiser it the fact that in
ended up being as massive as it could get. I mean, would you like to see it
looking and saying something else? I certainly don’t! I love to see a strong
and dour fork sustaining a gigantic front wheel featuring dual disc brakes.
I enjoy a wide seat sustained by a rigid but yet strongly-developed chassis
on which is positioned the beautifully curved fuel tank.
The aspect that attracted me the most on the new Boulevard
and the key to C109R’s performance is its 109 cubic inch engine with Suzuki
fuel injection which is the same basic powerplant used by the awesome M109R,
which traces its technological heritage to Suzuki’s championship winning
GSX-R supersport bikes. One ride on the C109R and you’ll notice that it
boasts its own power characteristics, with more torque down low for
extraordinary acceleration. I have to say that it is more than you would
expect from an imposing cruiser even for its 1783cc engine.
Both front and rear disc brakes made sure that my journey will come to an end but I have to say what a journey that was! Cruising has never attracted me in the way that it does it now (except the time I rode the VF750C Magna).
The big class cruiser from Suzuki will set new standards and became one of the most desired motorcycles out there. The factors that made me draw this conclusion are related to power, handling, comfort, good looks and reliability. The benefits are endless and the pleasure of riding the C109R is instantaneous.