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2005 Suzuki Hayabusa

submitted by Sue R.

The Busa is a totally sweet bike. I've been riding it now for 8 months and there is not one thing that I don't like about it. I did have lowering links put on to lower it 1". That helped tremendously with stability when coming to a stop and backing it up. I recently had Heli Bars put on the bike and I do notice the difference in my hands not tinkling so much.

Sport bikes are known for your fingers going numb after a while. The power is obviously mind blowing on this bike but the nice thing is that it is such a smooth power. It's not a violent thrust as in other sport bikes. I can idle down slow in 3rd gear without shaking or chugging down, then give it throttle and fly! It handles and corners smoothly; a little heavier yes but not a problem.

I am 5'4" tall and weigh 130 lbs. and I do not have any problems with this bike at all. I do however draw a lot of attention from the guys! Basically, their mouths drop when the realize it's a chick on that bike!

About Sue R.:
"I ride a 2005 GSX1300R Hayabusa; I started riding 3 years ago and moved up from a 250 Virago to a 750 Honda Ace, then a Kawasaki Z1000 to my present bike the Hayabusa. I am the founder and President of the Vermont Chapter of Honda Riders Club of America. We are the Green Mountain Bikers. Riding in Vermont is beautiful when the weather warms up!"

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