Suzuki will produce 100 of the anniversary-model sportbikes, with just 50 of the numbered motorcycles to be sold through Suzuki dealers in the United States.
To set the GSX-R1000 SE apart, the frame is polished and chrome-plated, and the wheels have chrome rims with blue spokes. The exhaust is polished and topped with a black anodized endcap.
A number of the motorcycle’s components are anodized blue, including the ram-air intake ports, fork tubes, fork adjusters, gas cap, steering stem nut and the ring surrounding the tachometer. Other color-coordinating touches can be found in the blue chain, clutch cover, generator cover and rear shock spring.
The GSX-R1000 SE was unveiled last weekend during Suzuki’s 50th Anniversary Celebration, held in conjunction with MotoGP at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Suzuki says that pricing and availability for the 2014 GSX-R1000 SE will be announced soon.
Posted by Beth Dolgner. Images courtesy Suzuki.