I 2nd that.. save your money and just enjoy the B650 for what it is. When I want a better ride, I use my Goldwing 1800 F6B. When I want something lighter and easier to handle that can park in tight places, I use my Metropolitan 50cc scooter. Before I had the BMW R1200R and F800GS and yes, the suspension is so much better, while my Goldwing 1800 could out tour my R1200 and F800. I won't even get into all the recalls I got on my BMW F800 and quirks with the R1200-something I learned to accept begrudgingly.It is a scooter w/ limited suspension travel from the factory. Save your money and deal w/ rough roads or ride it on smooth. Or buy a BMW and have good suspension but many other problems.
Suzuki says 4", but in reality it's only about 3", as they use some kind of gross measuring method, akin to the way fuel tank capacity is listed.I think most street bikes are about 6" travel at the front, and the Burg 650 is about 4". .
I mixed up centimeters and inches, I meant 6 inches/15cmSuzuki says 4", but in reality it's only about 3", as they use some kind of gross measuring method, akin to the way fuel tank capacity is listed.
Missing one out of 15" makes less difference than missing one out of four inches.