High Style, With High Performance

The SUZUKI BOULEVARD M109R is an unmatched

combination of the latest high-performance technology

and a unique, exciting style.

It delivers the classic look of a cruiser, without sacrificing

the power and torque that motorcyclists crave.

And it’s built for effortless cruising, across town,

or across state lines.

Now you can have your power and style, too.


Ready when you are.

A-Massive Wave Of

V-Twin Power


The Sound of Power

The Unique Look Of Power


The heart of the SUZUKI BOULEVARD M109R is a 1783 cm3 (109 cubic-inch) V-Twin engine, liquid-cooled with DOHC, four valves per cylinder and digital fuel injection. This is an engine designed to produce a massive wave of tractable power and responsive torque starting just off idle and reaching to redline, in a way that makes the term “powerband” seem somehow inadequate.

It is a classic example of high-performance design, built with the same engineering expertise that made the SUZUKI GSX-R1000 the most dominant sportbike on the planet.

The SUZUKI BOULEVARD M109R is simply the most powerful cruiser SUZUKI has ever produced.


V-Twin Engine

1783 cm3, liquid-cooled, DOHC, V-Twin engine is designed to produce a massive tractable power and responsive torque.

Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel injection system produces smooth throttle response even at low engine rpm.

Suzuki Advanced Sump System (SASS), a compact dry-sump lubrication system. It is designed for reduced engine height,

a lower crankshaft position and lower center of gravity.


Aluminum-alloy pistons

Huge 112 mm (4.4 in) forged aluminum-alloy pistons. These are one of the largest reciprocating gasoline engine pistons being used in any production passenger car or motorcycle, while featuring race-proven design to reduce friction and inertial mass.



Nothing beats the beat of a big V-Twin under acceleration,

the sound of individual power pulses blending into a rumbling cascade of controlled thunder.

The catch is capturing all the aural excitement of V-Twin power without attracting the attention of local law enforcement authorities.

SUZUKI engineers did just that by analyzing the characteristics of an appealing exhaust note, and then designing the SUZUKI BOULEVARD M109R’s exhaust system to not only make power, but also produce the sound of power.

One look is all it takes to tell that the SUZUKI BOULEVARD M109R is not an average cruiser.

It is the muscular, innovative look of high performance and high style, with long, sleek,

flowing lines emphasizing the powerful V-Twin engine.


The result is two-wheeled music, with a mix of high-quality, powerful, punchy low notes and crisp, clear,

lively higher notes.

Careful design of the effective glass-packed mufflers gets the credit, with a generous 7.9-liter combined muffler volume.

Air cleaner

Dual, triangular air cleaner covers,

one on each side of the engine.


Instrument cluster

A handlebar-mounted instrument cluster, including a digital tachometer and LED indicator lights to go with the tank-mounted analog speedometer and LCD odometer, dual tripmeters, fuel gauge and clock.



Brake system

The race-proven front brake system came straight off the sportbike, including radialmount opposed-four-piston front brake calipers and 12.2 inch (310mm) discs. The system’s combination of stopping power and feel through the front brake lever is unmatched by anything in its class. The rear brake system includes a dual-piston caliper and a 10.8 inch (275mm) disc.

240mm rear tire

The wheels carry DUNLOP radial tires, a 130/70R18M/C 63V front and a wide 240/40R18M/C 79V rear. The widest massive rear tire ever used on a SUZUKI  motorcycle.

Fuel tank and Passenger seat

A wide, stretched-out fuel tank with a class-leading capacity of 19 liters (5.1 U.S. gallons), and a comfortable, low seat. Integrated frame side covers. A sleek, integrated radiator cowl. A sporty solo-seat cover that can be quickly swapped for the included passenger seat.



Headlight and Taillight

A streamlined headlight cover, carrying a unique, trapezoidal-shaped multi-reflector 60/55W H4 halogen headlight, with integrated position lamps in European market. A maintenance-free LED taillight is built into the tailsection. Traditional, bullet-shaped, chrome-plated front and rear turn signals with amber lenses.





A cast aluminum-alloy swingarm works with a progressive linkage and a single rear shock to deliver 4.7 inch (118mm) of wheel travel; spring preload can be adjusted to suit rider and passenger weight. The inverted front forks feature race-proven cartridge internals with 1.8 inch (46mm) stanchion tubes producing 5.1 inch (130mm) of wheel travel.


Compression ratio


Front suspension


Rear suspension

Front brake

Rear brake

Front tire size

Rear tire size

Ignition system

Fuel tank capacity

10.5 : 1

5-speed constant mesh

Inverted telescopic,

coil spring, oil damped

Link type, coil spring, oil damped

Disc, twin


130/70R18M/C 63V, tubeless

240/40R18M/C 79V, tubeless

Electronic ignition (transistorized)

19.5 L (5.2 US gal)


2,450 mm (96.5 in)

875 mm (34.4 in)

1,130 mm (44.5 in)

1,710 mm (67.3 in)

130 mm (5.1 in)

705 mm (27.8 in)

347 kg (764 lbs)

4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled,

DOHC, 54° V-twin

112.0 mm x 90.5 mm

1,783 cm3 (cc)

Overall length

Overall width

Overall height


Ground clearance

Seat height

Curb mass

Engine type


Bore × Stroke


Glass Sparkle Black (YVB)

Photo : VZR1800

Pearl Vigor Blue / Glass Sparkle Black (BBD)

Photo : VZR1800BZ

Metallic Mat Fibroin Gray (PGZ)

Photo : VZR1800BZ