2008 Custom Kawasaki Concours14.m4v
2008 Custom Kawasaki Concours 14 with Stereo mp3 player & Custom Lights
Features - Halo Angel / Demon Eye Projector Hid Lights , Audi Led & remote
Lepai 2020A+ amplifier , Kicker KS68 - 6x8 speakers & ipod
First Vlog doing a walk around of my Kawasaki Concours 14
Kawasaki Concours 14 walk around. You can hear the Muzzy's ZX-14 full Exhaust at 5:30 and the Stebel Nautilus
at 6:45. Shot with my Drift HD170 Stealth.
Disregard my math, the total storage for my bike is approximately 122
liters. I didn't have my socks off to do Missouri math.
WRR28: Riding the Kawasaki Concours 14
Happy New Year! To kick off 2014 I take the powerhouse Kawasaki Concours
14 for a ride. This bike is unbelievably capable, with it's ZX-14 derived
engine, very well thought out ergonomics, and plenty of wind protection,
this motorcycle is ready for the long haul.
We hope 2013 was a great year for you, but more importantly, that 2014 will
2012 Kawasaki Concours 14 Ride Review and Impressions
On a recent Kawasaki "Good Times Street Demo" Day, I had a chance to test
ride a 2012 Kawasaki Concours 14. We rode in a group for about 30 minutes.
We had 2 or 3 Kawasaki guides riding with us. A buddy of mine was on the
Connie right in front of me.
I ride a CBR600F4 , so that is my point of reference and comparison to the
Concours. I did not expect to enjoy riding this bike so much. It was very
comfortable and had great power. I can see why people choose these bikes
for longer rides/
Note: This vlog details my impressions riding the 2012 Kawasaki Concours
14. I do not pretend to be performing an expert road test. If that is
what you are looking for, go to an online motorcycle mag. What I do
present is my opinion and the fun I had on this bike.
Music "Ghostpocalypse - 7 Master"
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Kawasaki GTR1400 Review & Testdrive
This time, its the Ginormous Kawasaki GTR1400.
What a beast!
Intro music is "Black Suit Zombie" by Phazer.
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www.youtube.com/gophazer Wanna see me on a KTM RC390? Vote here!
Test Ride - 2010 Concours 14
What my friend was telling me:
First he said that with this much power, and fuel injection, it's quite
snappy. You'll take off and right away you'll be doing 30 and with the
shaft drive, it's so smooth you won't even know it.
Then he pointed out that Pazzo shorties, due to the width of the electrical
controls, actually turn into 2 finger clutch and brake. He prefers 3 finger
so he said he would probably be getting the full length pazzo levers to
When the kickstand is up the left footpeg is in the way of putting it
down... so wearing MC boots it's kind of hard to get the sidestand down.
Then he explained how to use the Kipass key system. Push the key down with
the fob near the bike and then you can turn it on.
Then he explained how he liked the positive neutral finder in the
transmission and I then complained how the Hyosung doesn't have that so you
end up working hard to find neutral while the engine is running.
He pointed out that, unlike the FZ1, the clutch pull engages about 2/3 of
the way out and with the extra torque, you don't even need to use the
throttle when starting to take off. The bike will just pull you up to a few
mph without any throttle input and it has enough torque to do this easily.
He showed me how to use the electrical windshield, turn off traction
control and ABS, and how to use the mode switch to scroll through the
different screens on the display, including how to turn on ECO mode on the
2010+ models which leans the fuel mapping out slightly for improved
He lastly pointed out that the bike is top heavy, but still handles great.
As long as you are vertical when trying to stop, or make sure to put your
feet down just before you stop, then you shouldn't have any issue keeping
the rubber side down. Despite the weight it's balanced quite well.
Watch and read my thoughts:
Some of my friends:
Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS - MotoGeo Review
MotoGeo rode the Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS thousands of miles to Texas Hill
Country to test its long distance comfort and cornering capabilities.
The powerful inline four-cylinder engine derived from the Ninja ZX-14
combined with touring technology, blend together to give this large sport
tourer an aggressive sporty attitude with a relaxed riding position.
Moto + Review = MotoGeo
Products used by MotoGeo:
Motorbike: Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS
Riding gear: Alpinestars - Valparaiso Jacket and Pants / S-MX 2 Boot
Luggage: Kriega - R30 backpack / US-30 Luggage
Helmet: Arai - XD4
Tank Bag: Alpinestars Tech Aero Tank Bag
Map: Bulter Maps
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