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2010 Kawasaki Brute Force 650 and 750i Photo Gallery
Pictured above is Kawasaki’s more affordable Prairie 360 4x4 in Camo for $6399.
Motorcycle-USA finds out what life is like on four wheels with Kawasaki’s line of Brute Force ATVs at the Badlands Off-Road Park in Indiana. See what it’s like in the
Kawasaki Brute Force and Teryx Badlands Tour
The Warn winch accessory features a long metal cable that you can hook to another fixed object, like a tree, to leverage against.
Waheed reaches into the Indiana jungles muddy waters to retrieve the winch hook to start his solo recovery process.
A button on the handlebar activates the Warn winch.
One of the best things about Kawasaki’s line of ATVs is that they allow you to explore parts of the earth that you normally wouldn’t ever get to explore.
Even with the Brute Force’s four-wheel drive and the locking front differential you can still get stuck as Waheed demonstrates.
As you can see even the 633cc engine in the Brute Force 650 has plenty of power.
The Brute Force 650 delivers a more sporty ride as compared to the the more utility-based 750i 4x4 quad.
Waheed bestows the Brute Force 650 with his seal of sport riding approval.
The 2010 Kawasaki Brute Force 750i in Dark Royal Red retails for $8699.
The Badlands Off-Road Park in Attica, Indiana offers a wonderful assortment of terrain.
Check out Kawasaki’s latest 2011 Tankxxx mini-tank! Just kidding this was some dude’s custom tank that he was ripping around Badlands on.
2010 Kawasaki Brute Force 650 4x4 in Sunbeam Red.
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