The Suzuki VX800 is an interesting cult bike that was discontinued in the US after 3 years after disappointing sales, though the European market saw production run from 1990-1997. A classic looking naked bike, it had comfortable steering geometry and a torquey engine that helped make this bike a fantastic all-arounder, despite its 500+ pound curb weight.
Shaft drive added to the versatility and helped make this bike both a great commuter and long-distance tourer. With that said, if you’re looking to make this a tourer, there are plenty of aftermarket bag solutions as well as a few companies making fairings. And what do you know – this example has a matching fairing, Givi hard bags (plus trunk), a tank bag, Air Hawk cushion seat, and a tank bra.
It’s got just under 40k miles and the only significant issue seems to be that the front right turn signal was broken in a “slow speed accident”.
Find this VX800 for sale in Jefferson, Maine for $1,200 here on Facebook Marketplace.
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