. Conditions have been truly treacherous, and the GTR1400 has been out in the thick of it all.It’s a very handsome beast and extremely comfortable. The headlights are the most powerful I’ve ever ridden with at night, easily the same wattage as a big car
the hassle of trying to bungee a week onto the back of a GSX-R, or the responsibility and pressure that come with a bike bred for racing? Then buy a Kawasaki GTR1400.What I loveMonstrous, mile-eating engineSweet chassis (providing the tyres are fresh – very
rather heavy bikes, sometimes they haven't gone round corners very well, but Kawasaki's always make lots of horsepower and go extremely fast. And that is, after all, what motorcycles are supposed to do.So when they launched their new GTR1400 super
their new GTR1400 super-tourer in the rain-lashed Alsace region near the French/Swiss border, they came out with all guns blazing. At the press conference there was no cocking about with dreamy images or girly voice-over, instead we were treated to a
the choice of bikes. The choice fell to big tourers, Kawasaki's all-singing GTR1400, Yamaha's old favourite FJR1300 and Honda's tried and tested Pan European. So, as everyone else in the office filtered home to screaming family bliss, we left on the route
THIS IS the first image of Kawasaki's new hyper-tourer for 2010.Read user reviews of the Kawasaki GTR1400.The GTR features a complete makeover for next year with a more aggressive front fairing, along with traction control to tame the re-tuned ZZR
Swiss Alps, July 2ndKAWASAKI are unashamed about the brute power and speed of the GTR1400. "This bike is full of spice and Kawasaki ingredients," they say at the press briefing. "Class-leading power, class-leading performance, and a new benchmark
I’ve decided to replace them with a pair Dunlop Roadsmarts. I’ve ridden on them many times and they really are superb, particularly in the kind of mixed weather the UK does so well in August. The tyre’s on Dunlop’s fitment guide for the GTR1400
KAWASAKI UK is offering an organised European touring holiday for owners of the company's motorcycles.The trip is centered around the Loire Valley in central France, with the initial event running between 1 and 3 May 2010. Priced at £450 for riders and £125 for pillions, the tour...
SUZUKI IS developing two all-new motorcycles for its next generation range of bikes - a dedicated 1300cc hi-tech tourer and a big cc adventure bike.That's the rumour coming out of Japan from factory insiders. The tourer will apparently use an updated version of the 1300cc Hayabus...
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