So you want a retro bike. Do you buy a Triumph T100 Bonneville? A Royal Enfield Interceptor 650? A Moto Guzzi V7 III Special? A Kawasaki W800 Street?
It’s only gossip for now, but a new Kawasaki superbike is looking more like a reality.
Looks like Kawasaki is also realizing there’s room for growth in the offroad market.
Spy shots of patents show Team Green’s electrifying plans.
Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki and Yamaha will cooperate on battery-swapping technology.
Z900 and Z900 RS recalled over potential problem with ABS.
Sure, the price is right, but can it handle bumpy back roads, and does it have enough power for Zac’s lardy ass?
Could Team Green be bringing a new retro line to market, or is this actually a “back to the future” move?
Although they don’t get the attention of their high-dollar Euro cousins, the 650-class Japanese naked bikes (Honda CB650R, Suzuki SV650, Kawasaki Z650, Yamaha MT-07) are worth a look for the budget-minded rider.
The Kawasaki Versys 1000, BMW S1000 XR, Suzuki V-Strom 1000 and Ducati Multistrada 950 are all labeled as adventure bikes, but are best used on pavement. Which should you buy?