Team Classic Suzuki has unveiled its latest race bike project – a 1996 GSX-R750 SRAD. The new GSX-R750 SRAD has been created for future international classic racing events. The Team Classic Suzuki GSX-R750 SRAD is based on a former factory endurance racer and comes with features that only motorcycle racers dream about. The motorcycle is not only enhanced in terms of the engine but also receives high-performance running gear. The motorcycle also comes with aerodynamic features that help channel air around the bike and the rider.
Team Classic Suzuki GSX-R750 SRAD – Technical Specifications
The Suzuki GSX-R750 SRAD features a factory dry slipper-clutch, a lightweight generator, a magnesium offset sump, a close-ratio six-speed gearbox, and a factory Yoshimura exhaust system. The motorcycle also comes with a K-Tech front and rear suspension and a longer swingarm for more stability. The brand also offers Brembo callipers and brake lines from Earls for stopping power at breakneck speeds. The motorcycle also comes with OZ lightweight wheels shod with Dunlop slick tyres. Suzuki has developed triple clamps, footrests, fork lowers, and carbon kevlar bodywork in-house. However, the brand sources lightweight titanium fasteners from RaceFasteners.
Team Classic Suzuki GSX-R750 SRAD – Design and Colours
The Suzuki GSX-R750 SRAD features a classic bulbous design. The bike features a rounded seat unit and now-iconic silhouette. The Team Classic Suzuki SRAD will also draw inspiration from the Lucky Strike-sponsored endurance bike. The colour features a livery more commonly associated with the RGV500s ridden by the likes of Kevin Schwantz in the Grand Prix.
Team Classic Suzuki – Racing
The new GSX-R750 SRAD will replace the team’s successful XR69 F1 bikes. The motorcycles have served Michael Dunlop to Classic TT glory. The GSX-R750 SRAD will replace the successful XR69 F1 in a number of events in 2022. The GSX-R750 SRAD has epitomised the Superbike obsessed Britain. Racing the bike were James Whitham and John Reynolds in World Superbikes and Chris Walker in BSB. Team Classic Suzuki also announced that a two-day test at Cartagena with Michael Dunlop will commence next week.