http://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/bikes/road/supersport/2009/gsx-r600.html i broke this up into different posts as it wouldnt let me do it as a whole Ok i found my baby by luck, and i thank the previous owner. One lady 1000 kays, and no issues at all. The bike was a gsx-r 600, which i believe (and all to their own) is the best looking 600cc bike on the market alongside the Yamaha R6. First thing i want to point out why i went for the gixxer is that it is to me the best looking as i said, but also on road where i will use it... it is the best. i will get to that latter though initially its lines are sweeping and edgy too, they flow well. My baby has a Yoshi R-55 exhaust which sounds a treat, nice and deep at low, nice and high at top. Not too loud at idle to annoy everyone but does they job if you know what i mean. The bike is comfortable, i have ridden on it for over 2 hours on a long journey to and from my beach house... my back was fine, mind you i am give or take 5'11. I find all the handle extremely easy to get to. Nothing is out of reach and uncomfortable, and all buttons seems well placed.. ergonomically speaking it is the most resolved 600 supersport. Although the mode selector on the 1000 does seem like the buttons are better located. The pegs are in a perfect position which i was surprised with as i can ride with my toes on the peg to rest or heels comfortably sitting to change gear or brake. the seat seems to be at a nice height to handlebars as i don't put much weight at all on my wrists. The dash light can be changed and comes with an orange light which looks the part at night. When the bike turns on the diagnostic looks fantastic as it toggles everything. The reads themselves such as speed, modes and all are very clear and have never had any issue reading them in any weather The power... ok so it is a older bike with updates... it still is darn quick, it is linear but fun, it is controlled and planted, but wild of made to be. It is not as quick as an r6 on track but much better on the road, it soaks up bumps well and handles corners great, flow with the bike.. and it doesn't fight you. I thoroughly enjoy riding this bike on road as it has great mid range response, its hasn't got a crazy throttle, and being my first 600 it is user friendly which makes a great way to get in contact with learning about power and speed of bikes.