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2005 Suzuki Katana 750, Suzuki Kantana 750 - Suzuki's Katana sport bikes have a well-deserved reputation for offering an exhilarating combination of sport performance and exceptional open-road comfort. For 2005, the Katana 750 carries on that tradition, calling you to enjoy whatever kind of riding suits you. At the heart of its performance capabilities is a 16-valve engine derived from the original, legendary GSX-R. With instantaneous throttle response and terrific midrange performance, the Katana 750 is a blast on tight, twisty roads. And with strong high-rpm performance, it invites you to enjoy its sport performance right up to the legal limit. When the canyon roads turn into the open highway, the Katana 750 is equally at home. Its deeply padded seat, spacious riding position and smooth engine operation provide you with comfortable sport-touring hour after hour. Its advanced suspension systems provide a plush ride to enhance its smooth open-road performance. So if you're looking for the ultimate in versatile sport performance, you came to the right place. The 2005 Katana 750!
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Moto blogFri, 26 Jul 2013
Three-times BSB champion John Reynolds and a GSX-R1000 take on a Nissan Juke R around Rockingham.The Juke R is one of only 4 in the world, can do 0-60 in under 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of 160mph. Whilst the Suzuki can beat those stats, John still thinks that the car has the edge around the tight Rockingham Raceway circuit. Who do you think will get the fastest lap, car or bike?Sat, 14 Jan 2012
Following numerous procedures and some complications, American racer John Hopkins has undergone surgery to remove the tip of his right ring finger. The Crescent Suzuki racer initially injured the finger in a crash while competing as a MotoGP wild card entry for Rizla Suzuki in the Czech Republic Grand Prix at Brno in August. Since then, Hopkins underwent six procedures to repair his finger to no avail.Mon, 14 Nov 2011
Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle/Vance & Hines rider Ed Krawiec is the 2011 NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle world champion. Krawiec clinched the title with a second-round win at the Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway that eliminated Lucas Oil Buell rider Hector Arana Jr., the only rider in the field with a chance to overtake Krawiec for the championship. Krawiec advanced to the final round and lost to his Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle/Vance & Hines teammate Andrew Hines, who finished the season third in points. More from Harley-Davidson on Krawiec’s win: “I think this is really a statement on the season, to end it with an all-Harley final and the championship, and with Willie G.
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