Our other test subject, the C50T, expands on the basic C50 with a height-adjustable cruiser-style windshield, full-sized leather-textured saddlebags with box-type lids, a large pivoting passenger backrest and studs on the spacious saddle, backrest pad and saddlebags. Also new this year are rider floorboards with heel-toe shifting, unique in the class. It has a white-faced tank-top speedo and gets whitewall tires.Some might think loading up an 800cc twin with touring gear will produce a doggy, cramped parody of a traveling bike, but that definitely isn't the case here. The 805cc Suzuki makes plenty of power and is roomier than some bigger bikes. You have to rev it a bit more than larger V-twins, but even with a passenger and luggage, the C50T has lots of motivation out on the highway. You'll want to downshift once or twice to get by that truck laboring up a hill quickly, but if you are willing to use some rpm, the C50T has enough power to perform out on wide-open fast-moving interstates. It still has performance in reserve at 80 mph with a passenger. With almost 30 fewer pounds to propel and the same engine under the tank, the M50 is a bit quicker to accelerate, making it zippier around town. The engines are torquey by 800-class standards, so you don't have to shift frequently unless you are in a hurry.