Suzuki Biplane: review, history, specs

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2007 Suzuki Biplane Concept

Concept motorcycle announced at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.The Biplane was designed to convey the joy of two-wheel mobility through a design that was uniquely inspired by the feeling of flying or piloting an aeroplane, which gives motorcyclists a similarity feeling while riding bikes. Its shape with no canopy generates an exhilarating feeling of openness despite being a modern machine. It has a V4 engine for power.

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'Suzuki Biplane'
Production 2008
Class [[:Category:Concept motorcycles|Concept]] [[Category:Concept motorcycles]]
V-twin, 4-stroke, Liquid Cooled
Fuel System Electronic Injection
Transmission Final Drive: Chain
Brakes Front: Discs
Rear: Discs
Recommended Oil Suzuki ECSTAR 10w40
Manuals Service Manual

The Suzuki Biplane was a V-twin, 4-stroke, Liquid Cooled Concept motorcycle produced by Suzuki in 2008.


Stopping was achieved via Discs in the front and a Discs in the rear.

2008 Suzuki Biplane

2008 Suzuki Biplane

Suzuki presented the Biplane concept in Tokyo, in 2007. The machine is powered by a V4 of undetermined size and his design is aircraft-inspired.