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.
After sampling the Vulcan S, we think Kawasaki may have a hit on its hands.
The Lightweight Nakeds Comparo we did last September was such a hoot we decided to do it again on a few more little thumper/screamers.
The “one size fits all” concept may work for some things, but a custom fit is always better.
If you asked most motorcyclists what defines a cruiser, you’d probably hear something like: a laid-back riding position
Finally, the Kawasaki Versys 1000 will be coming Stateside.
The 2015 Versys 650 LT marks the third iteration and first big update of Kawasaki’s VERsatile SYStem.
The Versys 1000 has actually been produced since 2012, but until now its unconventional styling coupled with a relatively soft U.S. motorcycle
An unsung hero, the Kawasaki Versys 650 gets significant upgrades and more versatility
What’s to love about the 2015 Concours? How about everything we loved about the previous generation – and then some.
We pit the Kawasaki Ninja 650 against Yamaha’s FZ6R and Honda’s new CBR650F.
If you’re like us, then you must be salivating over the 2015 literbike prospects.
One of the questions I’ve heard frequently asked about the Kawasaki Ninja
Kawasaki is bringing the single-cylinder Ninja 250SL sportbike and naked Z250SL to Europe.
Kawasaki revealed a new Z300, a naked version of the Ninja 300 sportbike.