A very pleasant and easy to ride 250cc single was created on 1982. Many variations over the years, some with wire wheels, perhaps the prettiest and others with cast wheels and electric start, these models generally having the ‘E’ suffix. The 22hp engine is used by Suzuki in many 250cc models for their home market, some of which have received many tuning and customising parts, especially for Café racer style which is very popular in Japan and England.
Suzuki GN was always a classic model of motorcycle. From the beginning in nearly 80s many riders have costumize it into other styles. Some of these styles are cafe racer, scrambler, boober, brat, etc. But only few have manage to keep it just they way it was build. Many years have passed but the alumin and metallic parts of some bikes still shine! This post is dedicated to those who believe in keeping that first time flair of their motorcycle.
Keep your classic GN beautiful and clea!? Take a look on this!
The bike has a large rear sprocket and produces usable torque at low rpm. By using instruments like speedometer, odometer with trip, high beam, turn indicators, and a gear position indicator the bike was one of the first complete electronic and mechanic achievement. Another practical option the bike offers is that the engine automatically shuts off if the bike is put in to gear when side stand is down. That being said, Suzuki GN can be one of the most easiest gear-motorcycle and the best option for a learner.
What color do you guys prefer? My personal favorite is RED! And as you can see on Suzuki GN 250 specs the first Suzuki GN 250 red was build in 1991!