2009 Suzuki Gs on 2040-motos
Santa Rosa, New Mexico, United States
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I have a 2009 Suzuki GS500F for sale. It's in really great condition. It's been hardly used with only 585 miles on it. It's been garage kept with no major damage. It's never been laid down. Engine runs absolutely terrific. Clean title. Will include two helmets. Tires are brand new. Helmet hooks under seat as well as locking seat. I absolutely loved the bike but we are about to have a baby on the way so getting rid of it. It's a great starter bike and will last you a long time. Ask if you have any questions! Laumbach10@gmail.com
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During the eighth annual Roadracing World Action Fund (RWAF) at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, Team M4 Hammer GEICO Suzuki rider Chris Ulrich felled every existing record for a two-up track riding charity event During the course of the two-day event Ulrich, on his GEICO Suzuki GSX-R1000, carried 71 passengers around the Speedway 213 times for a total of 489.9 miles. This beats previous RWAF records for most two-up rides and also sets new fund-raiser records for most laps completed in one day with a passenger (114) and over two days (213), plus the most miles ridden in one day with a passenger (262.2 vs. 248.4) and over two days (489.9 vs. 432.2 miles).
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