1996 Suzuki GS500E

owner's life: USCG member, air craft mechanic and C-130 flight engineer, 27, Elizabeth City, NC bike info: 4000, original owner, bought new in October of 1999. great starter bike, ride to work every day, eight miles one way, mixed city/high way, front suspension is too mushy. owner mods: none costs: I get between 50 and 55 mpg, you do the math personal info: Kansas City, MO, trying to become a commisioned officer and working on a engineering degree, if i won a millon dollars i would pay off all my bills buy a new house, car, and bike, send my wife to college, put the rest in the bank and keep on working wstafford


Memories of days gone by.

What's up fellow GS500F owner. My name is "KJ" (male) from Southern Cali. I just recently purchased a 2007 Suzuki GS500F three weeks ago. I had to send this comment because I too was in the Air Force as a C-5 and C-141B mechanic from 1980 to 1990. Its funny because I already own a collection of bikes which include a Hayabusa and a Boulevard. So why would I get a smaller bike you say? It's one I've always wanted and its cool as a get around town bike. The bike design has not changed. Keep on riding and enjoy life. Aim High and fly fast.
"KJ" a.k.a. Falcon Ryder
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