Kawasaki emerged out of the ashes of the second World War to become one of the big players from Japan. In the late 60s and early 70s, Kawasaki built a reputation for some of the most powerful engines on two wheels, spawning legendary sportbikes like the Ninja series and a line of championship-winning off-road bikes.
Everybody loved the Versys 650; Kawasaki hopes they’ll love the new Versys 1000 LT that much more.
The Versys 650 gets a major make-over, including a new look that ramps up its curbside appeal.
Since he started racing in the late 1990s, San Diego, California racer Jeremy Toye has lived a storied career. His extensive domestic resume
It’s easy for us to get carried away in the spirit of the MOment, no matter what we’re testing.
The original Kawasaki Versys 1000 never made it to the US but there’s a good chance the 2015 model will.
The Kawasaki Versys 650 gets a major makeover with a sportier look and increased touring capability.
The dance of the Seven Videos (okay, 9) is over at last, as Kawasaki releases its jaw-dropping new H2R.
There’s been a lot of buzz about Kawasaki’s relentlessly teased H2 sportbike, but information with any details is thus far practically non-existent.
When Kawasaki announced its 2015 lineup, there were a couple of desirable models that were conspicuous by their absence.
According to my weather app, it was 100 degrees the night we rode in on our Middleweight Sport-Touring Shootout
We hoped to test the new BMW R1200RT in a sport-touring shootout, but a faulty rear shock shaft ruined those plans.
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Ninja, Kawasaki kicked
Kawasaki hasn’t rested on its laurels, upgrading both the KX450F and KX250F to remain the leaders in their class.
Which fares better on the street, the KTM 1290 Super Duke R, BMW S1000R, Ducati Monster 1200S or Kawasaki Z1000?