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Kawasaki Motorcycle Reviews

The GTR’s been waiting for a trip like this. Over two weeks at large in France, Ben Miller’s Kawasaki proves little less than awesome

Three of the best naked bikes of recent years. And all could be yours for under £5k.

1984. A great year for films, a seminal year for music, and the year Kawasaki stole Suzuki’s Katana 1100 thunder with their all-new watercooled GPZ900R. Overnight, superbikes had suddenly entered the computer age

Ben Miller sends some time with the GTR1400 and finds ten reasons to love and hate it

The KTM690 Duke and Kawasaki’s ER-6n have plummeted out of the ugly tree, clattering every branch along the way. is that all?

It arrived on the scene in a blaze of green and tantalisingly promised 200mph motorcycling. It didn't quite deliver that, but it did become a well-loved machine with a loyal cult following.

Jon Bentman reviews this fine Kawasaki motorcycle for your pleasure. Or so he told us.

Like Barbara Windsor, it hasn't been considered sexy for years. So what's kept the ZZ-R600 on Kawasaki's books all this time? It's the fastest, squashiest, flying sofa has ever seen, that's why...

Forget the humdrum reality of office life and head for the hills. Mundane middleweights slip the bonds of commuter tedium to indulge in opulent Alpine excess. Budget touring, in style.

Less self-consciously 'funky' thank its unfaired sibling - but has Kawasaki's new twin got what it takes to beat Suzuki's SV650S?

Kawasaki launches a new beginners' bike. Looks weird, goes well. Sounds alright then.

Kawasaki sticks a fairing on the excellent Z750 in an effort to appeal to the more practically minded rider. Has it worked?