No compromises with the 1300cc engine. That's what the Hayabusa is all about. Hour after
No compromises with the 1300cc engine. That's what the Hayabusa is all about. Hour after hour, week after week in the wind tunnel delivers an aerodynamics package that means it cuts through the air cleanly. For 2007 the bike features attractive new colors and a mean black chassis. RRP - £8,649 visit Suzuki GB to check colors
The fastest motorcycle in the world.
A machine that captivates the gaze. I've long been fascinated by the the Suzuki Hayabusa. I think it will be only a short time until I own one.
Each trip to the dealer to check out this bike is like a pilgrimage to Mecca. To those of us who saw the sport bike evolve over the last 15 years. From the '86 GSXR750 to where we stand today, this bike is by far the pinnacle of progress.
When I look at it- it seem huge. But once I'm riding, it feels like a toy.
The Hayabusa in unlike anything I have ever ridden before. It's more refined than my ZX-11. When you rev the motor and accelerate off into the distance, it feels designed for this. As if it's sole purpose were entrenched in allowing the ride to travel at any velocity in relative safety and ease.
I realize now the level of discipline and restraint it requires to own this bike. Well, maybe I wouldn't call it restraint, but just plain discipline. The whole package takes some readjusting as to what you might think of as normal. You're headed down the freeway, the speedometer indicates 70 mph, yet it barely seems to have risen around it's circular path.One of the most interesting things I ever read about the Hayabusa is instead of pulling wheelie's when you grab a fistful of throttle, instead the bike will rocket forward and slowly pull the front tire off the ground.
When you sit upon this bike, it has a wondrous feel that occurs when your hands contact the handlebars. It's a tingle that flows through your wrists, arms, shoulders and causes a sensation of warmth to flow across your chest.