By John Burns
And in that year, one score and no more ago, Abraham Lincoln and the Suzukiites came down from the mountain with the Hayabusa tablets, which received huge play because that bike went 186 miles per, and because the world’s moto-VIPs (including yours truly) got to not only ride the coppertone missile that fast on the Spanish main, but also around Circuito Catalunya – and it was a big deal in a time when speed was all the rage, the world had not completely gone to Hell in a handbasket, and run-on sentences could go on for entire paragraphs with no one really caring or even noticing. Quietly, via the backdoor, Suzuki also introduced a new midsize twin-cylinder standard that year. Rather than just write a glowing review, King of the MOites Brent Plummer wandered in the desert for months to come up with this, which I think was his malcontent version of a glowing review.
1999 Suzuki SV650
rounds, flirt with the Aprilia girls, ride back to L.A. and perhaps catch a movie.Suddenly the convention doors …read more
Source:: Church of MO: 1999 Suzuki SV650