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Suzuki GS650 Gallery

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1981 Suzuki GS650 E Suzuki GS650 E Air cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinders, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder.
1981 Suzuki GS650 Suzuki GS650  
1981 Suzuki GS650 GL Suzuki GS650 GL The 650GL takes its Saturday-night boulevard cruising seriously. their share of ergonomic criticism, and the 650's handlebar bears that out. It imposes a posture on the rider that is conducive neither to muscular relaxation nor to precise sport steering. Then, the stepped saddle that is so eye-catchingly bi-level allows very little fore-aft movement. The problem is compounded by the bike's confining seat-to-footpeg relationship, which strains the rider's knees and thighs after an hour or so in the saddle. And the taller the rider, the more pronounced the discomfort, because the Suzuki midicruiser is thoroughly downsized. Every dimension seems scaled to provide big-bike feel for midsized riders.
1981 Suzuki GS650 GT Suzuki GS650 GT Air cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinders, DOHC, 2 valve per cylinder.
1981 Suzuki GS650 GT 1981 Suzuki GS650 GT  
1981 Suzuki GS650 Katana Suzuki GS650 Katana This bike was imported from Japan in September 1994.
1981-82 Suzuki GS650G Katana Suzuki GS650G Katana  
1982 Suzuki GS650 GTX GS650 GTX  
1982 Suzuki GS650 GX Katana Suzuki Katana  
1982 Suzuki GS 650 GX Suzuki GS 650 GX 673cc, shaft drive.
1983 Suzuki GS650 E 1983 Suzuki GS650 E  
1983-84 Suzuki GS650G Katana 1983-84 Suzuki GS650G Katana  
1984 Suzuki GS650 GX 1984 Suzuki GS650 GX Suzuki GS Series..

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