Kawasaki Versys 1000 2015 onboard
Cruise on a 2015 Kawasaki Versys 1000 in Sicily. 120HP is more then enough
in this type of a bike, no idea why somebody would like to have more power.
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2015 Kawasak Versys 650 Review
The category-straddling Kawasaki Versys 650 enters its third iteration and
first major update of Kawasaki’s VERsatile SYStem. In 2015, the sporty
yet friendly Versys 650 arrives in two forms, both of which feature a new,
chiseled appearance that is much more handsome than previous versions. The
LT version adds hardshell saddlebags and hand guards that expand its
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WRR26: Riding the Kawasaki Versys
This week we hop on the Kawasaki Versys for a quick romp through Rock Hill.
What a great motorcycle! Good handling, comfortable, nice, useable power
- just have to get over the funky looks!
2009 Kawasaki Versys Test ride
My first outing on a new Versys. I was impressed with the Versys, especialy
after riding the BMW f650gs just a week prior. Where the BMW lacks the
Versys excells. The motor in the Versys is nearly perfect, peppy, tons of
top end, and nothing to complain about in the bottom end. The bike has an
excelent factory seat and seating postion, but could use a little bit
longer seat. The distance between the tank and back seat is a little small
for bigger guys. Brakes worked well, but i didn't like the levers, I would
like to have a lever with a little bit more bent in it. Gear box is verry
positive feeling and you really know when you are in the next gear, or
neutral. The factory windshield is average, providing adequate wind
protection at highway speeds. Pegs are low and in a comfortable front to
back position. Fit and finish on the bike is excelent, and i'm looking
forward to adding some accesories and doing a long term ride report.
The Versys seems like a well suited street alternative to the great Suzuki
V-Strom 650, and a cheaper and better street alternative to the BMW f650gs.
The Strom seems to have a larger seating area, but also feels a bit wide
and long. One of the things most love about the Strom is also its biggest
downfall, the 19" front wheel. It hinders the Strom on the street, but as
with the Versys the 17" front wheel seems to hinder it in the Dual Sport