Motorcycle Types Cruiser Suzuki Extends its B.O.S.S. Family: C90, C50 & M109R

Suzuki Extends its B.O.S.S. Family: C90, C50 & M109R

2014 Suzuki B.O.S.S. C90, C50 and M109R Preview

Last year, Suzuki unveiled the Boulevard B.O.S.S. C90T, a blacked out version of its popular C90T cruiser.

The motorcycle quickly gained a positive reputation by both media and consumers, and brought about an entire-new image to the Suzuki cruiser brand.

Due to its success, Suzuki has unveiled three B.O.S.S. (Blacked Out Suzuki Special) models to its 2014 lineup – the Boulevard C90 B.O.S.S., the Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S. and the Boulevard C50 B.O.S.S.

Starting with the C90 B.O.S.S., Suzuki took its 2013 C90T B.O.S.S. model with its 90-inch (1462cc) engine, and stripped the bike of its hard bags and touring windshield.

The new C90 B.O.S.S. features black treatments on wheels, forks, exhaust, engine covers and more. The bike also features a low-slung, steel-chassis design, and a shaft drive.

The 2014 Suzuki Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S. retains its base model’s muscular 109-cubic-inch (1783cc) liquid-cooled engine with Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve fuel injections.

Added to the bike was the B.O.S.S. treatment: Black wheels, handlebars, mufflers, fork tubes, engine covers, brake calipers and more.

Speaking of the signature yellow stripes, Suzuki says: “The aggressive styling is awoken by Marble Daytona Yellow complement coloring atop the gas tank, fenders and headlight, and in racy detail wheel striping.”

Finishing out the bold look and adding to the performance is a 240mm rear tire and  inverted front forks with race-proven cartridge internal components.

The final bike to get the B.O.S.S. treatment is Suzuki’s mid-weight cruiser, the C50.

The C50, which arrives with a fuel-injected, liquid-cooled 50-cubic-inch (805cc) engine, basically had all of its chrome replaced with blacked-out parts.

The expanded family of Suzuki Boulevard B.O.S.S. cruisers will begin arriving in Suzuki dealerships across the United States beginning in late July.

Stay clicked to UltimateMotorCycling.com for specs and MSRP information, along with reviews of each bike as they are available.

Coinciding with the new Suzuki Boulevard B.O.S.S. launch, Suzuki will provide a special blacked-out experience on its website over the Memorial Day Weekend. Visit suzukicycles.com for additional information.

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