See Kawasaki Vaquero photos in the 2011 Kawasaki Vaquero First Ride photo gallery. Read the full review in our 2011 Kawasaki Vaquero First Ride.
- Click it in first and slip the clutch, this 800-plus beaut wants to take a stroll.
- Backroad fun at a cruising pace - 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero.
- The Vaquero handles moderate corners and transitions without trouble.
- Hustle around the bends? No, the new Kawi bagger's not a sportbike, but dances around with some agility for its size.
- Does the Vaquero harken back to a nostalgic era of days gone by? You know, the one where everyone saw in black and white? Well, this is a modern machine with technology like EFI, but it does deliver that cruiser aesthestic that willfully clutches an older style and lowered performance expectation.
- The 2011 Kawasaki Vaquero in Black colorway.
- The Kawasaki Vaquero makes use of tapered exhaust silencers that reduce decibels by an unspecified amount.
- The 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero in Candy Fire Red.
- The Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero out in the country - Sam Houston National Forest.
- We sampled the all-new Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero on the scenic farm-to-market roads north of Houston, Texas.
- Riding position on the Kawasaki is feet-forward cruiser typical, with a comfortable seat and easy reach to the backswept bars.
- The Kawasaki Vaquero delivers a great deal of rider protection from its broad upper fairing, though its short windscreen produced ample buffeting for our 6'1" frame.
- Cruiser aboard Kawasaki's solo-touring cruiser, the Vaquero.
- Kawasaki brings a full production bagger to the market with its Vaquero.
- Handling aboard the Vaquero is reasonable given its size, weight and intended application.
- The 2011 Kawasaki Vaquero saddlebags.
- The 2011 Kawasaki Vaquero dash, also borrowed from the Voyager, but with a red backlighting.
- The 2011 Vulcan 1700 Twin sports the same displacement and peak power claims, but sources a new intake manifold.