Suzuki G-Strider 916 cc V-Twin

The Suzuki G-Strider was first seen during the 2003 Tokyo Motorshow. This concept motorbike is best described as half scooter half cruiser motorcycle as it shares atributes with both.

With a feet forward seating position and adjustable seat, backrest, footpegs and windshield the G strider is geared for touring and mile eating.

Futuristic safety features on the G-Strider include two rear-facing video cameras mounted in the rear lighting system, images are then relayed to monitors positioned either side of the handlebars.

Ample power is provided by a 916cc parallel twin engine running through Suzuki's Electronically-controlled Continuously Variable Transmission