The Kawasaki Voyager brings down the price in the luxo-touring class.
Ridin’ large in California’s Napa Valley.
Brad Baker (1) won the Pro Singles class in a thrilling last-corner pass for the lead over Jeffery Carver (24) at Calistoga Speedway. This class consists of converted motocross machines with 450cc engines, but don’t expect them to be slow around a half-mile dirt track.
This is Bryan Smith crossing up a Ninja 650 dirt-tracker on his way to Victory at the historic Springfield Mile.
Hitting the road on the Voyager. Note the relaxed leg positions.
Instrumentation is an attractive mix of retro and neo.
Looking for adventure…
The 1700cc V-Twin engine cranks out usable power and looks great with its machined cylinder fins.
A trio of audio control buttons is easily reached but forces the horn button to a less accessible location.
Our Voyager test bike was equipped with optional ABS and K-ACT linked braking. Note the open vents in the leg protection and the tire’s tall sidewall.
The Kawasaki Voyager proves to be a pleasant place to take in roadside scenery.