After owning my new black K7 GSXR-750 for four months and 5500 km I was prompted by un-named sources to write an overdue review of my thoughts on the bike, so here it is. The brief summary: I love this bike :grin: The extended version: I upgraded from a little 250cc Spada so the GSXR-750 was a bit of a jump. Despite this I found that the 750 is a very easy bike to ride. If anything I think it is easier than the 250 as the power is very controllable and the bike is so much more stable and easier to ride. The Spada would have me hanging on for my life at 110kph. At speeds higher than this on the GSXR I can cruise along totally relaxed. While this bike has a lot more power than the 250 I donâ€™t see any issue with it at all as the bike simply does what you tell it to do through your wrist. I chose the GSXR-750 as I wanted bigger than a 600 but didnâ€™t particularly want a 1000cc. It was also the most comfortable sport bike for me of all the ones I tried. After four months I still find the bike quite comfortable and not a problem around town or on long trips. I will occasionally get a bit of a numb right hand in heavy traffic, something I never got on the 250, but this is as bad as it gets. The handling of the bike is incredible. I am fully aware that at this stage I donâ€™t ride the bike to even half of what it is capable of, but even so, the way it handles is amazing. It corners like it is on rails with amazing grip and stability. This bike loves to tip into corners. It took me a while to get used to it. It was only after I stopped resisting and let the bike fall into corners like it wants to that I began to fully appreciate what it could do. The brakes work fine though the front brake is a little softer than I would like. It doesnâ€™t have a lot of initial bite, but I just squeeze a bit harder. The motor on this bike? Well, I love it. From 4k rpm it has plenty of pull so it is so easy to ride around town. Granted it doesnâ€™t have the torque of a 1000cc bike so gear selection becomes a little more important but still, riding in traffic around town is a breeze. Itâ€™s geared to do about 140 kph in first so gear changes around town are minimal! Open it up and it rockets away. It goes hard and from 10k rpm it pulls even harder to the 15k rpm redline. And I mean insanely hard. Take off in first gear and the shift light is flashing before I have time to think and cars at the lights are specks in the mirror. Even after four months I am blown away by how hard this bike accelerates. I have no complaints whatsoever about the power of this bike. The people who said a 750 would get boring and I should get a 1000 should try riding one. I reckon that outside of a racetrack this bike is as quick as any 1000cc bike and its lightness and nimbleness adds to its appeal. As I said earlier, despite the power I find it a breeze to ride. I havenâ€™t had single scary moment on it yet and if I ever get into trouble it will not be because of the bikeâ€™s power delivery. I put an Akrapovic carbon shorty exhaust on the bike and it sounds great. I still get a buzz every time I go to the garage and hit the starter and that angry engine bursts into life. I have had no problems with the bike yet. It developed an irritating buzzing vibration at 5.5k-7k rpm but I tracked this down to a plastic heat shield behind the radiator and fixed it with a bit of rubber. Apart from this I have no complaints. All in all I am very happy with this bike and I can't imagine anyone being disappointed by it. The combination of power, comfort, handling and looks is a winner for me Oh, and for those who are interested, I got it for $15100 on the road and insurance is about $1020 a year with Western QBE (34 y.o., Rating 1). I bought it through Raceway Suzuki in Niddrie after going to a number of dealers and they were by far the best to deal with IMHO. Friendly, helpful, no pressure, no B.S. and no games to get a price that beat all the others by a long way. I was disappointed by the poor service and attitude of some of the other prominent dealers and I definitely recommend Raceway if you're in the market for a new Suzuki.