like the Z750-style seat unit."
THE Z750 has been a nice little earner for Kawasaki, with almost 160,000 of them sold since its launch in 2003.I remember riding the first version back in 2004 and falling for its simple charms. In a sea of naked rev-hungry 600s, the Z750 boasted a
750 will be powered with a retuned version of the motor in Suzuki's current GSX-R750.The machine will aim to steal sales away from Kawasaki's immensely popular Z750 market.
-6R, ER-6n, ER-6f, Versys 650, Z750R including ABS verstions and the entire VN900 Cruiser range plus the the Z1000SX and SX Tourer models.
's Hornet and Kawasaki's Z750 in the naked middleweight class. Amazingly Triumph is aiming to sell these at less than £5500, making it more than competitive on price! The bike uses a re-tuned 675 engine, slightly budget suspension and a tweaked 675 chassis
KAWASAKI UK has announced the Z1000 is now available from today on 0% APR (typical) Finance as part of the ‘Pole Position’ Finance Campaign launched earlier this month.The Z1000 now joins its streetfighter styled little brother, the Z750, alongside
YOU can test ride a 2011 Kawasaki this Sunday in Llangollen, Wales.The Kawasaki “On the Road” Tour is visiting The Ponderosa Café in Llangollen on Sunday 5th June, where you can test ride all of Kawasaki's 2011 models including the ZX-10R and Z750R
, it will be an opportunity to sample Kawasaki's array of models including the new Versys 1000 and ZZR1400, the Z750R and retro-styled W800 amongst others.Test rides will be run from 09:00 until 16:00, to be eligible for a test ride complete this attached indemnity form
excessive, but they both cut a clear and defined line from the normal. And by normal I mean a Japanese middleweight streetbike.But can any of the Japanese bikes really be called normal? The likes of Honda’s Hornet and Kawasaki’s Z750 are desperately trying
, especially to commuters who want that extra level of safety. At £350 extra, it looks well worth it.The GSR750 goes head-to-head with Kawasaki's Z750R and Yamaha's FZ8 - all inline-four cylinder nakeds. More left-field options include Ducati's Monster 796
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