Okay well you have already seen the tutorial on the Mitsubishi Eclipse right? Well hold onto your seats because this next tutorial will fly by you before you can blink. The inspiration for this tutorial came to me because my uncle bought a street bike recently that some dude was selling because summer had come and passed and because he needed money. Anyways the sport bike that he bought was a 2006 Suzuki Katana 600 and let me tell you it is pretty as a peach. The bike is a dark blue color almost like a nighttime sky and she shines like a mirror. Since I couldn’t get a pic of my uncles bike to use as a reference I went searching the web for his exact model and found a sports-bike similar to his (similar in the sense that it is new looking and shinny). Now before I start telling you how long this bike took to draw I will give you some of the specs on the street-bike motorcycle which I read up on. I’m not by all means fluent on bike details or specs, I just know things like how fast they can go, which bikes are good for street tricks, the drive they give, and how well they handle with someone being a passenger on one. The 2006 Suzuki Katana 600 is truly a high performance piece of machinery. The frame was built to be strong and light weight at the same time so that it can handle well on main roads as well as on back roads. The braking power itself is something to talk about all on its own because it has a triple-disc hydraulic braking system which enables the bike to stop on precision. But that’s not all; the Katana 600 is also fully equipped with a 16-valve high performance engine making the throttle sound smooth and brisk. Remember when I said that some bikes are good for street tricks and some aren’t? Well this one is because the bike has a strong midrange performance which means that because the bike is lightweight, it handles long roads that have all kinds of twist, curves, turns and flaws with no problems at all. Now because the suspension on the Katana 600 is to its best build, the bike provides a smooth ride when you want to travel long distances. The comfort of the bike also makes it ideal for driver and passenger because it has a wide full length saddle. No matter how you look at this sport bike, you will fall in love with just the way it looks. This tutorial will show you how easy it is to learn how to draw a sport Bike, 2006 Suzuki Katana 600 step by step. The clean lines and sweet detailing will show you the real beauty of this black night rider. The total drawing took me a good five hours because I was going for superior quality. I will be back with other cool drawing lessons so stay tuned.