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2009 Suzuki Boulevard M90 Review


by Pascal Bastien ,

Great wind delector
The instrumentation, mounted on the fork head, proves easy to read, in addition to doubling up as a small but effective wind deflector. As an added plus, the bulging tank allows you to tuck your legs behind it (no need to squeeze) and benefit from the additional protection against the elements.

The M90 likes to play in corners and it’s easy to see why: the bike is lighter and the rear tire is more reasonably-sized.

Once you get familiar with the M90’s… er, plump physique, you find a competent tourer that’s more nimble than big cruisers, like the 109 or the competition from 1800cc and above, yet powerful enough to put a smile on your face all day long. This Suzuki is equally suited for physical, exciting rides with your former track buddies, as for a relaxed downtown cruise in search of a good restaurant. With a smart overall package, well-executed styling and competitive pricing, the M90 will no doubt appeal to a growing number of sports cruiser fans.

Impressive torque
Sleek and impact styling at once
Excellent stability
A playful performer if you’re so inclined

Massive passenger seat that takes some sleekness away
Riding position is a bit too stretched for shorter riders


Photo Credit : Matthieu Lambert
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