While not revolutionary like its competitors, it learned from them and improved on their formula.
Japanese motorcycles during the 1970s all looked extremely similar. Honda defined the design, and rivals closely emulated it. The Honda CB750 essentially created the segment, with the Kawasaki Z1 hot on its heels. Then there was the Suzuki GS750. Unlike its rivals, it didn’t set the world on fire when it came out. What it did, however, was improve on its rivals’ successful designs to become an even better motorcycle.

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