Suzuki B-King

Suzuki B-King

When Suzuki unveiled its B-King concept bike at the 2001 Tokyo Motor Show, it said that a member of its design team was inspired by his collection of Transformers toys. We're thinking the Autobots would approve of the final production version. The 2008 B-King ($TBA) sports some super aggressive styling, with a naked section showing off its modified Suzuki Hayabusa engine. Add in cutting edge chassis and suspension systems, crazy acceleration and precise handling, and you've got yourself a bike that definitely rivals that bastard Sideways.

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