Nov 01, 2007
Drawing the its name and inspiration from the early days of plane aviation, The Suzuki's Biplane was designed to give the rider a sensation of flight and an increased sense of freedom.
"This biplane is base on the biplane airplane motif so it is designed it like the person is operating an airplane and creates the feeling of flying. It has a rounded full cover design."
The Biplane design uses a V-4 engine with a girder fork in the front and rim mounted disc brakes. The cylinder heads and exhaust headers are visible on the rear sides which mimics the design of the classic airplane. The exhuast is hidden under the cowling and the link-type rear suspension can be seen just below the seat.
A futuristic display panel is built into the top of the bike instead of conventional meters and since this is only a concept bike there are no plans for commercialization as of yet.
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