Most significant in the design is the feet-forward riding position of the scooter which has been further modified with a lower seat and a lower frontal area for the fully-faired machine. Suzuki’s literature describes the riding position as one that “a relaxed human body assumes in a weightless environment.”
Its sounds like a scooter when I read it ??Already producing the largest scooter-styled motorcycle in the form of the 650cc Bergman, Suzuki has retained the parallel-twin motor but increased its capacity to 916cc – once more getting power to the (massive 220) rear wheel is via Suzuki’s very efficient electronically-controlled continuously variable transmission, the same transmission we raved about in testing the Bergman.
i think that wou;d be really cool!!!!!!i love the 650 but wuold get the 1000in a hartbeat!!!!!JLD said:Hey everyone. I just read on a forum (650 sspecific) that Suzuki is going to produce a 1000cc Burgman. Is this for real? Does any one know more about this, any links or new releases etc? thanks. jld