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Rich

Saint Petersburg, Florida

Reviewed on June 14, 2011

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5.0
If you can get by it's funky styling, it's a great bike. Suzuki styled this bike more for the market in Europe. So it's not too hot here in America. But it has a nice smooth power delivery and handles great. It's a great bike if your looking to get back into riding and has plenty of power for interstate s... read more
If you can get by it's funky styling, it's a great bike. Suzuki styled this bike more for the market in Europe. So it's not too hot here in America. But it has a nice smooth power delivery and handles great. It's a great bike if your looking to get back into riding and has plenty of power for interstate speeds.
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brandon A

broken arrow, Oklahoma

Reviewed on January 22, 2011

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5.0
I own a TL1000R and have over 87,000 miles on it. I have liked how reliable it has been. So I looked at this bike for a cheaper transport and I like twins. I bought this unit new and have liked it ever since. The stock seat is bad, very hard with no foam. Suzuki did this for short riders which is nice but ... read more
I own a TL1000R and have over 87,000 miles on it. I have liked how reliable it has been. So I looked at this bike for a cheaper transport and I like twins. I bought this unit new and have liked it ever since. The stock seat is bad, very hard with no foam. Suzuki did this for short riders which is nice but I bought Suzuki's taller seat and was very pleased. It is not that much taller than stock but way softer. I also installed larger handle bars (7/8 to 1-1/8) and adapters. This helped out, too. My bike has great power for its size and turns like no other bike I have ridden. It reminds me of super motards. It's a great good looking bike and I would recommend it for a starter bike and for the advanced rider it is that good.
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CDS

Seattle, Washington

Reviewed on October 25, 2010

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5.0
This bike is very popular in Europe and Asia. It's a cheap option of Ducati's Monster 696. In several reviews, it beat Kawi's ER6-N and Yamaha's XJ6 (not available here in the US). I did a two-month research before I bought it and got it at a real good deal. I looked at Yamaha's FZ6R, Triumph's Bonneville ... read more
This bike is very popular in Europe and Asia. It's a cheap option of Ducati's Monster 696. In several reviews, it beat Kawi's ER6-N and Yamaha's XJ6 (not available here in the US). I did a two-month research before I bought it and got it at a real good deal. I looked at Yamaha's FZ6R, Triumph's Bonneville and the Kawi' ER6-N and decided to get the Gladius. I'm a new biker. I'm very pleased with this bike. I like the standard riding position and low seat height. It also has enough power to match the bigger bikes.
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