Back in 1985 Suzuki Introduced the GSX-R750 as a competition racer and streetbike. The key was performance, and with an air cooled motor that produced over 100 horsepower the bike performed better then expected. Since
then, the Suzuki GSX-R750 has remained a consistent competition racer and a much desired street bike.
In 1988 Suzuki took the GSX-R750 back to the shop for a make-over. The fairing was reworked to lower drag, the frame was reworked, and everything for the swingarm to the front calipers to the motor was
re-engineered. The result was an even faster, more responsive motorcycle.
Starting in 1992, Suzuki moved to a water cooled engine to combat the high operating temperatures while racing. At the same time, heavier parts were replaced with lighter plastics and aluminum, creating a more lean
machine without sacrificing the GSX-R750 great looks.
1996 brought the GSX-R750 back to the shop for another redesign. The wheelbase was shorted, the engine was reworked and weight was trimmed again. Horsepower was increased, overall weight was brought down and performance was
improved. Then in 1998 electronic fuel injection was brought to the public as Suzuki continued to evolve the GSX-R750 into one of the best performing motorcycles on the road or track.
Two years later, Suzuki brought out the newest GSX-R750 with nearly everything new. The engine and chassis were redesigned to create a whole new look. The fairing was more aerodynamic, the bike was lower and the swingarm
was lengthened, creating a longer wheelbase.
For the last few years, Suzuki has continued improving on the GSX-R750. Tweaking an already great bike into an even better one. For over 25 years, the Suzuki GSX-R750 has dominated in the areas of performance and style
and setting the standard for high performance sportbikes.