2010 Suzuki GSX-R1000RR

Suzuki’s Gixxer is arguably the top sportbike line available today.  And, as of today, it got just a little bit better.

Yoshimura Race Shop USA and Suzuki announced that a new limited-edition racer version of the Gixxer literbike will be available to the public.  And unlike the Buell 1125RR, this one will be available to the general public, and be totally street legal.

Dubbed the GSX-R1000RR, the new bike will have al sorts of Yoshimura racing goodies on it, including Type R Cams, Quick Shifter, and suspension.  And Galfer stainless steel brake lines and brake pads.

Suzuki GSX-R1000RR
Suzuki GSX-R1000RR

Suzuki didn’t however, mention what the price might be, or when you might be able to pick one up.   I can’t give you any help with the delivery date, but as far as the price goes, I can tell you that it will be…um…slightly north of a stock Gixxer.

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