Within my social bike friends group, we agree that so long as the number of bikes does not exceed the number of helmets you have, you do not have too many bikes.seems there was a thread awhile back on how many is too many bikes, i say you can never have too many bikes, i always tell that to my wife. she just looks at me with THAT look ya know?
A friend of mine has several in his collection of Suzuki's.Here's my 1982 GSX750S Katana. They are very hard to find in any condition. In 2016 one came up locally, only 20 minutes from my house! Bought in the fall. Torn down, repaired, cleaned, restored during the winter. It's mostly original, save for the front turn signals and brake lines, etc., and what needed replacing was done with OEM Suzuki parts. It's amazing how many OEM parts are still available for this bike. I did add the shark fins, which were not stock on the Canadian version, because I like them. This was my dream bike when I was working in a motorcycle shop as a 16 year old in 1983. Only took me 33 years to get it!
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Loved that desert storm color. Those bikes do have the most amazing thump. Rode best at low rpms. Definitely got a lot more thumbs up from people while on that bike than I do on the vstrom.
I think those singles are SO cool.