1970 | Super Free 90

90 cm³ commercial model combining the rider-friendliness of a scooter and the performance of a motorcycle

Super Free 90

The Super Free 90 was developed as a new type of commercial model that combines the rider-friendliness of a scooter with the riding stability of a motorcycle. It features a fuel tank built into the frame and compact 14-inch tires, as well as large leg guards to keep the rider’s clothes clean. The engine is equipped with Suzuki’s unique reed valve, which delivers gutsy power especially from low- to mid- rpm ranges alongside impressive acceleration performance from a standing start. New safety-oriented features include position lights that can be turned on in gloomy conditions using a switch close to the rider’s hand and a buzzer that sounds in time with the blinking of the turn signals.

Dimensions and weight Dimensions Overall length 1,845 mm
Overall width 650 mm
Overall height 1,060 mm
Wheelbase 1,255 mm
Weight 82 kg (Dry)
Engine Engine type 2-stroke, 1-cylinder, air-cooled
Engine displacement 88 cm³
Bore x stroke 50.0 mm × 45.0 mm
Maximum power 5.5kW(7.5PS) / 6,500rpm
Maximum torque 9.3N-m / 4,500rpm
Transmission 3-speed constant mesh
Front tire size 2.75-14-4PR
Rear tire size 2.75-14-4PR