2014 Suzuki Hayabusa

Everyone knows how impressive Suzuki motorbikes are especially when the first Hayabusa received quite a following around the world. The Hayabusa line meant only one thing and that is the rider will experience a swift and smooth ride that feels like you are cutting through the wind whenever you ride one. When referring to Suzuki Hayabusa it’s all about speed, strength, smoothness and above all a unique presence while on the road.

If perfection is what the Hayabusa is all about, what changes can be expected with the 2014 Suzuki Hayabusa? It appears that there won’t be any massive changes with the overall design of the motorbike itself but what Suzuki did is to give its newest model an upgrade with its braking system. This has been one area of Suzuki that really needed some work and with the addition of the ABS or Anti-lock Brake System plus the Brembo Monobloc calipers you can expect this sweet ride to be so much better.

Aside from the upgraded braking system of the 2014 Suzuki Hayabusa, Suzuki only uses Bridgestone BT-015 tires on their bikes. This type of tires is designed specifically for this line of motorbikes from Suzuki for that unique feel while on the road. It is probable that the new Hayabusa will still employ the Hard Mode Selector which allows the user to choose their own engine maps based on the road conditions that they are in. This kind of freedom is one of the reasons why there are plenty of sports bike riders out there that prefer to stick with Suzuki Hayabusa these days.

When it comes to the design, the Suzuki Hayabusa combines the rider and the bike seamlessly. Its bodywork is well sculpted to offer the rider protection against the incoming wind while at the same time giving him a comfortable ride on the bike. Another advantage to Hayabusa’s streamlined body is that it helps in reducing fuel consumption without affecting its performance on the road. This is a huge benefit especially when you want to save on fuel while riding around your motorbike.

The 2014 Suzuki Hayabusa is sure to come in different colors like Pearl Glacier White and Glass Sparkle Black. Pegged at more than $13,000, this ride will be a good addition to your garage if you are the type of person who wants a smooth ride for a full out bike ride or just cruising around the city.

Posted by on March 20, 2013. Filed under Suzuki. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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