MCN: Is the Suzuki GSX-R750 still the top road sports bike?
MCN reader Craig Carr wanted help deciding if he should trade his Suzuki K6 GSX-R750 for the K8 version or a Ducati 848 in this video road test.
Senior road tester Michael Neeves added Kawasaki's ZX-10 and Yamaha's R6 to the test and then took Craig for a spin around the local roads before finishing off at Bruntingthorpe Proving Grounds.
Watch the video below to see which one Craig chose and read the final article in MCN, Wednesday, July 23, 2008.
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MCN: Can a £1500 sportsbike beat a GSX-R1000 K6?
The challenge was simple, can a £1500 superbike lap Cadwell less than five
seconds away from a GSX-R1000 K6? We've got the video to show they can.
Follow the hilarious exploits of three MCN road-testers as they try to
prove that £1500 will get you a bike that is almost as fast as the latest
crop of sportsbike.
Speed test: S1000RR v RSV4 v Hayabusa v ZZ-R1400
20 years after the launch of the original hyperbike, Kawasaki's ZZ-R1100,
superbikes like BMW's S1000RR are now so fast they're rendering the
Hayabusa and co. irrelevant... Or are they? Read the full test in this
week's MCN, on sale Wednesday 19 May 2010.
Suzuki GSR750 vs Suzuki GSX-R750
We pit the new Suzuki GSR750 against the GSX-R750 on road and track to see
if you really need a sportsbike.
MCN Sport: Chris Walker tests his new World Superbike Fireblade
Chris Walker is poised to make a dramatic return to the World Superbike
Championship in ten days time at Brands Hatch and MCN caught up with him on
video at his first test of the motorcycle at Oulton Park.
Check out the video below to hear what Walker thinks of the Paul Bird Honda
Fireblade and see him in action around the track.
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SUZUKI GSXR 750 RIDE REVIEW
A first hand full ride review of SUZUKI GSXR 750, commonly known as GiXXeR
for its amazing power. It is a fast ... really fast and very fast
accelaration throughout the gears. (Read it on my blogs -
I have never missed a gear shift or had any issues with gears at all.
Smooth as butter and sharp as razor edge it is a killer machine.
After few wet powerslides, couple of knee down moments, heart to mouth
moments, I have to say it does take a little while to get used to this
beast. It has a power to kill you in a blink of an eye and give you the
best ever feelings you can have on two wheels. With a top speed to over
170+ easy miles you know that it is no show off but a real powerful
Not once but again, I will say this has all that one can ask for from a
powerful machine like this. If you ever plan to upgrade to 1000cc - Spare a
thought for this amazing 750 which gives you a feel of full 600 yet
crotches like a rocket under you. Be very safe on this - It is indeed no
less than a Killer Machine.
Video shot on Nokia 920 in Full 1080p HD.
2008 Ducati 848 vs Suzuki GSX-R750 - Motorcycle Comparison
Exiles from the supersport and superbike classes, the Ducati 848 and Suzuki
GSX-R750 represent two different middleweight takes on the high-performance
sportbike. See what we discovered riding them back to back. Watch the video
and read the full review:
WRR36: 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 636 Review
Kawasaki made a lot of noise when they bumped the displacement of their
middleweight Ninja back up to 636cc's. For good reason, too. The original
Ninja 636 boasted more mid-range power than any other bike in its class,
with a top end that didn't disappoint, either. For a while there they
dipped back down to the standard 599cc engine along with some funky
cross-eyed styling. Thankfully, the all new 636 is back - and with some
beautiful lines, too. Come along with me for this week's Weekly Rides with
26-02-10 - Suzuki GSXR 750 Tech Talk Pt 1
So after having ridden the bike down to Suzuki's head office in the UK, I
get Richard, one of their top technical guys to talk me through the bike
hey main features and technical points......this is part 1, more to follow!
Bike test SUZUKI GSX-R 750
Suzuki is the only Japanese manufacturer that offers an alternative...a
750cc machine...the legendary GSX-R 750...on paper, the perfect compromise
between power and rideability.