Written on: 24/09/2013 by teamamericaphuckyeah (1 review written)
I own a 2005 750f. I bought her 5 years ago with 1,300 miles on the clock. Now she has done 93,500 miles she is still going strong. I have been using her as a commuter and she has never let me down once. Cruising at 60 mph at 4,250 rpm she will do 230 miles to a tank. Very comfortable although a little heavy through town. The engine is bulletproof or I would say bombproof as I have not any engine work done apart from the spark plugs done at 85,000 miles. Oil changed every 6-8000 miles… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2013 by mikeheaney (1 review written)
reg GSX750F bought late 2011 had 11000 miles on the clock cost me £1300. They seem to have a poor image. Your basically get a VFR for half the price. Wasn't going to keep it but they tick many boxes, now done 17000 miles. Long wheelbase makes touring comfortable, they are reliable, easy to work on, the centre stand makes chain adjustment, cleaning, greasing, a five minute job. Easy on tyres, just replaced 2 for the MOT, weren't new at 11000 miles. Plenty of power if you want it, seems ok on… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2013
I have had quite a few bikes over the years,mostly sports machines of the 900...600 ,RRRR ,ninja, thrash metal ,im guna rip out your spine and thrash you with it type of affair. Make no mistake,they have been good good machines but if i was honest and without man pridei would say that for me (and maybe for most of us) they are probably braver than we are. So,a revalation...enter the GSX 750F. I got this bike as it was a box ticker and it was buget driven.Cheap to buy ,mainly down to image… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2012
sve na suzi je na svom mjestu. raduje me najvise potrosnja u ova krizna vremena… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/04/2012 by delsmum (1 review written)
My son will turn 40 in May so has bought the bigger version of this bike as a mid life crisis must have. I bought this model for his desk top at work and was amazed at the quality and detail of this model, it was much bigger than expected as I could not work out the scale being an old pensioner!!! Also the speed at which it was delivered was brilliant (although we were in, but postie could,nt get it through letter box, and had to go to general post office to pick up. I am well impressed with… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2012 by Ginnes (3 reviews written)
I have an Australian spec 1994 Suzuki GSX750F with over 80000km on the clock now. In 6 years and 30000km of ownership it has never let me down once. My mechanic (who services the bike each year and also does its safety test - like the UK's MOT) tells me that these motors and frames are bullet proof. It uses no oil, is easy on tyres and easily keeps up with more sporty bikes. It's weight is noticeable if you try to push it too hard, but who can sustain that sort of riding on our overcrowded… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2011
Hi all I hope you find this review useful . I have had my GSX750F for about a year which I rode back to London from Wales. The weather was raining and windy but the fairing did a good job of keeping the worst off the rain and wind around me. I felt nothing on the legs and even the feet were shielded by the fairing. The light was good and I had no trouble seeing a good distance ahead. Now that I am used to it I like it even more as it is a great road bike. It's comfortable and sensible. I… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2011
Past my test about 3 years ago and bought a 2001 Kawasaki GPZ 1100 as my first bike.It was a big old thing but could still move a bit.Had it for 2 years then didn't bother with a bike for the last 12 months.Then while driving through town last sunday i saw a 2000 Suzuki GSX 750F for sale for £1,250 that looked in really good condition.The bike had 28.000 miles on the clock but had loads of service history.I went with my gut feeling and paid the guy £1200 and picked the bike up… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2011 by Andrewhesketh (1 review written)
hi every one just got a gsx750f for £1200 from york rode it home through very heavy rain a it didnt cough or splutter 1 jot this is an excellent bike and i would recomend it to anyone the good thing is when you are riding it you easly forget that its 200kg dry it feels light… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2011 by Kingwaz (2 reviews written)
Great bike, I bought it as my first bike prior to passing my test. It needed a few things doing but it was cheap £750! Very easy to work on, build quality seems very good and no real signs of corrosion and for a 13 year old Suzuki thats very good. This bike is a real eye opener, it is turbine smooth and certainly goes well and will get you to the naughty side of 100mph quickly and puts a huge grin on your face. It is a heavy bike but very stable, wind protection is excellent. The only problem… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2011
I bought my Suzuki GSX750F a year and a half ago and have enjoyed every minute. I bought it as my first bike, so cant compare it to anything else, but for something with just under 100bhp and only insurance group 12, its brilliant.
At the same time, a mate bought a Honda CBR600F. Not only does mine appear quicker (once travelling - similar 0-60), but its more comfortable, has far better wind protection and does more miles to the gallon. And its two groups less on the insurance !
As others… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2011
Good points: too many to list
Bad points: quite heavy, suffers a little from neglect
What a bike. If you're considering getting one, do it as you won't be disappointed and will probably be quite surprised once you are familiar with it. I bought mine with 13 miles on it after getting rid of a clapped out XJ600. I now have 38000 miles on it and it's still going strong. My 2000 (Y plate) GSX750F has been used for long journeys, commuting to London. I've had it on a track keeping up with a GSXR750… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2010
i commute 70 miles a day which is a mix of b roads and motorways and this bike has been faultless, tyres seem to go rather quickly if you flog her, though fuel ecomony seems to be very good. the bike has a lot of power compared to 600/650 bandits and sv650's. it can go like a bat out of hell if you want it to, or you can easily cruise 60-100mph with a high level of comfort. brakes are exellent although they do suffer more than others in the wet. suspension is cheap and rather nasty.
i… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2010
I got my hands on a excellent example of one of these for £1600. 14150 miles on the clock.
I passed my test 3 months ago and this is my first big bike. When I first got on it I was quite suprised at how heavy it was compared to the bikes I learnt on. At first I was very wary about its power delivery thinking it would be quite savage. Both of these inital problems were with the rider and not the bike. It will go round corners well and acceleration is nice and smooth (unless you want it to be… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/06/2010
I returned to the road after a 27 year break, ended up with the GXSF after a friend of my son's offered it to me.
I use it almost 100% as a commuter bike, it's a great bike, almost bullet proof and great on fuel and tyres especially for a bike its size (6 Lt per 100KM's).
The only complaint I would have is that it is quite top heavey with a full tank of fuel particularly if you want to manoeuvre at slow speed i.e. through traffic.
I learnt to live with this and it doesn't bother me at all… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/05/2010 by Nuclear UK (1 review written)
I got knocked off my VFR750 by a chap on a mobile phone, who then just drove off!! Money being a bit tight and still needing a machine to get to work I hunted around for a replacement. For superstitious reasons I opted not to get another VFR even though I liked it. I settled on the GSXF750, I found one in a place called Budget Bikes in Swindon. We have been joined at the hip ever since. I love the slightly quirky look, and respond well to the nicknames of "tea pot" & "Baboons backside" (Back… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/05/2010
Quite comical really, the amount of people who spend hundreds of pounds more for a Bandit, when the F's are the same bike!
Some say that what puts them off is the fairing...why?
It's functional, cuts down wind resistance, and many think it adds to the bikes overall appearance.
If you want bang for bucks, again, the GSXF750 represents excellent value, being nimble, responsive, takes low bends with ease, and plenty of power on tap. One minor gripe is that the clutch is very much on the heavy… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2010
THE suzuki gsxf 750 is my first bike,after passing bike test . It is hard to ride,it is big and heavy, you really have to bank turning right or left.If you are a small person with short legs then dont buy this bike.
Ive ridden this bike for 3 years, summer and winter riding, and found the fuel consumption can be too much, 100 miles on a full tank .Maybe this was caused by rust making the fuel tank leak.I ve had to change the fuel tank because of this. Bearing in mind the bike is 9 years old… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/12/2009
This is an excelent value moto. Never let me down. Good ridding, nice performance (you don't nead more). No maintenace needed (except normal ones)… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/12/2009
This bike is a real eye opener. Keeps up with my bikes sports bikes and yet has the power to start to leave them at higher speeds. It my not have the initial acceleration of my 97 GSXR but certainly wont be left too far behind.
Comfort is ace although weight is daunting for a first big bike.
Have scraped my pegs cornering several times although the bike does wallow slightly. When it does start to go though, relax a little and all becomes well.
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Written on: 06/11/2009
VERY EASY TO RIDE , GREAT FIRST BIG BIKE , VERY FORGIVING… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/10/2009
As a ten year old bike its still competitive with modern bikes and still good looking too.I have fun riding it on the Maltese islands… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/10/2009 by Saker Clive (2 reviews written)
Well it's ben 6 months since I posted my first write up; still love the bike 100%. I am going upto Darlington from Brighton in a months time so that 320 mile journey will really put the bike to the test. Very smooth and fast. Had +60 top end and that was fast enough but have regularly cruised at +20mph. Handling isn't as 'wallowy' as some experts say and I feel comfortable taking bends at such speeds. Not had any problems as yet and loving it as much as the first days… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/07/2009
really no complaints about the suzuki gsx 750f. its comfortable and very fast. great 3 up. this bike has gave me great faith in suzuki bikes not only for the comfort and speed but in the over all build quality and finish of there bikes. thanks for reading… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/07/2009
I am returning to biking after 45 years and have agreed to purchase a Suzuki Gsx750F and have been greatly encouraged by all of the positive revues. Can't pick it up until I have taken a refresher course (seller's decision). Two weeks and I shall be back on the road, can't wait… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2009
Suzuki GSX 750F is a Great bike does everything well and easy to ride and maintain… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/05/2009 by C0r0 (1 review written)
Most of the Bike Press seem to hate the look, but I think Suzuki GSX 750Fs look great. Plenty more power than I know what to do with now that I'm no longer 18. Alway feels like I should have a couple more gears even when I'm in 6th as the engines always got plenty of go in it… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2009 by Saker Clive (2 reviews written)
As what's been said previously; I've been away from bikes for 30 years, got a GPZ500s last October and this week I picked up my 2004 black with fine blue metallic paint job, Suzuki GSX 750F. Very easy to ride and into 6th. within a couple of hundred yards. I've just filled up again after doing 150 mile and put 12lts in, which equates to 55mpg. At 70mph. cruising nicely....but turn the throttle wide and it picks up excellently. Not sure how it'd detuned but is more than quick/fast enough for… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2009 by docjonty (1 review written)
The Suzuki GSX 750F engine is turbine smooth with a top end rush - responds well to dynojet and end can , wtih K and N filter as the breathing as standard is restricted.
Expect an extra 8-10 bhp at the wheel with much improved mid range.,
Junk the standard fork springs and replace with Hagons and new oil - the shock is good but the springs are rubbish.
This transforms the handling - with these mods, the bike is more than a match for the VFR Lets be realistic here ....I`ve owned a… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/03/2009 by MadCornishBiker (1 review written)
Like someone else said, if you want a good reliable sports tourer with forgiving handling, and more than enough power for British roads, go for it. Confession time: I am not a Suzuki fan. When I was looking for a bike to return to biking after a 30 year lay off from anything worth owning the last thing I considered was a Suzuki. However this one came up at a price I couldn't resist. It's 20 years old, and has converted me totally to the marque. My Suzuki GSX 750F needs some money spending on… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2009
The Suzuki gsx750f is the bike I plumped for after coming back after a 20 year layoff. I was going to go in at the deep end with a busa but opted for a longer life span.
Got hold of a 2001 plate with 23k on in mint con,.
What a bike,looks and sounds great (standard pipe) good all round bike, will be keeping hold of her for a long time… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2008 by nadgers (1 review written)
I went down to Bournemouth from Liverpool to pick one of these up for a mate and got lost on the way home, so did a quick bite of M25 on a Friday afternoon in awful traffic (what other kind of traffic is there on the M25?)
What can I say? it doesn't go like a GSXR 750, so don't expect it to. It's a lot more flexible though, you can potter at 30 in 6th and just wind the throttle open and it just goes. Not sure how fast it is, I never took it over a ton 20 but 140 sounds about right.
It's not as… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2008 by weldmail (1 review written)
Thinking of buying one? DO IT! detuned gsxr motor, who are they kidding? These things are as quick as most other SPORT BIKES, only thing is they wont slam into corners but if you perfect (or dare try) the adverse steering method they will flick quite nicely. gsxr performance for mz prices… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2008 by zekt (1 review written)
I commuted and rode on weekends on a Suzuki GSX 750 for about 4 years now. In that time I have put 66,000k on it. I haven been through a couple of sets of tyres, chain and sprokets, 2 batteries.. and that is it. Just oil and filters make up the balance of the running costs. You change the oil every 6,000k along with the filter and it just keeps going. Another guy who regularly gets his gsx750f serviced at the same shop has over 120,000k on it and it is still going strong. It is a shame they are… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/07/2008
At 6'2" I find many bikes too cramped - the Suzuki gsx750f is fine for 2 hours riding, petrol stop and another 2 hours riding. It will never keep up on a racetrack but at legal(ish) speeds on real roads keeps up fine. Replaced clutch lever, l/h crank cover, footpegs and indicators as an easy diy job after a minor off. Suzuki parts were reasonable cost. Have just fitted BT021 tyres which are excellent. If your not bothered about having the latest race replica then its an excellent all rounder… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/07/2008 by andrewchild (1 review written)
Nice and cheap to run if serviced and looked after. THe Suzuki GSX 750F is a very nice bike. The only problem I found that I put loads of pressure on my wrist when leaning forward… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2008
Superb bike I have owned the 600 and I now own the 750. Both bikes have been superb and reliablility has been perfect on both cc. This bike is great on insurance yet still has a nice bit of grunt if used correctly… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/06/2008
Very good on fuel, very very comfy, excellent value for money, very easy to service yourself, it does everything it said on the tin, very reliable, if your wallet has only got £1500 this is not a bad buy theres alot of bike for your dosh, I did 500 miles over a weekend it love's the twisty's, motorways are a breeze, a great all rounder, very practical you can commute to work and at the weekends it will scratch. this is a cracking tool if your on a budget dont knock it until you've tried it… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2008 by jaz3808 (1 review written)
This GSX is a very good all round machine, I have ridden mine for 40,000 miles since Jan 1999 and it only let me down twice, on both occasions the battery needed changing. I have had 3 sets of tyres, 3 sets of front pads 1 set of rears 1 chain/sprocket and a set of head bearings. She averages 49 mpg and easily hits 140 mph… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/02/2008 by p tyrrell (1 review written)
Cheap on insurance, cheap on servicing all round excellent value for money, yes not the best looking machine on the road but does exactly what you want it to and more. I have had mine for over a year now, ride it all year round and not one thing has gone wrong with this bike, love it. If your just coming back to biking or have just passed your test than this is an ideal bike for you, you'll love it… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/12/2007 by SuziSteve (1 review written)
The Suzuki GSX 750F is great value for money, great handling, bullet proof engine, comfortable ride and quite fast. Excellent machine, which is very capable. Cheap on insurance, cheap to buy and run. A great ride… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2007 by Kishkag (1 review written)
Having returned to bikes after a 13 year gap I have found the Suzuki GSX 750F to be a superb, overall, sports tourer. No it isn't as fast as a GSXR 750; No it isn't as comfortable as a Pan European (Not that I've ridden one), but for a return to biking bike, it's ideal.
It's fast enough, it's comfortable (more than I can say for my mates R6), it's got a large enough tank for 200ish miles (more than I can say for my mates R6) and it's reasonably economic to ride. I don't want to do 140 mph on the… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2007 by karl thompson (1 review written)
Overall a good bike better now than them teapot days. I am trying to find the colour code for my bike mine is the dark metallic blue but can't find the code as I knocked my bike over in garage causing cosmetic damage could anyone let me know where I can find this thanks… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2007 by harry1947 (1 review written)
Bought the Suzuki GSX 750F on the recommendation of the local dealer as a bike that would take me quickly to the north of Scotland to see my mother, 540 miles away - it does that and more.
With Givi top box and panniers it does that run in 9 hours with no aches the next day.
Fast? Inverness to Perth, 112 miles - 80 minutes.
Cruises over 70 on the motorways easily. Originally on Dunlops, the change to BT020s transformed the handling. Braided brake hoses sharpened up the brakes and I lowered the… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2006 by Seismic Sam (2 reviews written)
I can't understand why this Suzuki GSX 750F bike gets negative reviews. Apart from the stiff wrist syndrome I find it hard to pick serious fault with it. When following traffic at 45mph a quick twist of your aching wrist will enable very swift overtaking in just a few seconds and almost immediate illegal speeds and thats in top gear. I mean, how much acceleration does one need? In 4th gear it will out accelerate a Porche Boxster! That equates to very safe overtaking in my book.
The front of… Read Full Review