Kawasaki emphasizes ‘sport’ in the sport-touring equation with its Ninja 1000 ABS ($13,268.75, as tested). Equipped with a powerful liter-class Inline Four engine with adjustable power modes and traction control, it’s obvious the Ninja boasts the most muscle in this showdown.
MotoUSA already reported its first ride impressions on the KX450F, now it’s time to deliver the goods on its little 250 brother – the revamped 2015 Kawasaki KX250F.
Kawasaki introduces a completely new suspension set-up on the 2015 KX450F, as well as changes to the braking system, engine and ECU. How does the green beast fare on track? Check out the 2015 KX450F First Ride to find out.
Kawasaki ushers the future of streetfighter design with its menacing-looking Z1000 ABS ($11,999).
We continue to rack up the hour meter around tracks and trails on our long-term Kawasaki KX250F motocross bike with some interesting results.
Kawasaki maintains its slow-tease video marketing campaign for the supercharged Ninja H2, with the most recent updates hinting at some of the technical details of the 300-horsepower design.
For 2015, Kawasaki revamped its Versys with new brakes, suspension, a rubber-mounted engine with new exhaust and mapping and is offering it in two versions, the 2015 Versys 650 ABS and 2015 Versys 650 LT.
Kawasaki not only acknowledged a 1000 Versys is on the way to American soil, but one set up for light touring called the 2015 Versys 1000 LT was introduced today at the 2014 AIMExpo.
Kawasaki unveiled its new 2015 Vulcan S cruiser during the 2014 AIMExpo, a 650cc liquid-cooled Parallel Twin.
Kawasaki’s latest videos for the Ninja H2 show the non-street legal H2R testing at the track with Team Green also teasing the street-legal H2 prior to its forthcoming debut.