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The Vulcan 900 Classic Special Edition with white walled tyres and custom stripes on the fenders and fuel tank with its Fat Boy inspired styling combined with spoke wheels, low-slung seat, chrome dual slash-cut mufflers, floorboard forward controls complete with a heel and toe shifter enhance rider comfort. The tank-mounted instrumentation includes a handy fuel gauge and an easy-to-read analog speedometer and its 5.3-gallon fuel tank is the largest in its class. This motorcycle is built for hour upon hour of riding pleasure.
For its 20th Anniversary Honda released a facelift off the successful Fireblade. This series featured Showa big piston front forks, revised ECU and fuelling, new dash and facelift. The suspension mods make the blade feel that much more composed under braking and increase the feel off the bike keeping the blade feeling up to date.
The 2010 Z1000 kept Kawasaki at the top of the naked sports bike tree until all the other manufacturers lifted their game. For 2010 they upgraded from the ZX9 lump to the ZX10R engine. In its day and still today its good value for money and as always its forgiving, comfortable and can cover ground quick enough to keep a smile on your face.
For 2013 Triumph has done its first major re-visit to the Daytona since 2006. But don’t worry they haven’t got rid of the stunning Three cylinder motor, just made it better! The 2013 model features, new engine, chassis, suspensions, brakes, wheels and styling! This was and possibly still is one of the best handling bikes in its class.
In 2013 the GS went a serious re-vamp with the biggest change being the liquid cooling which gives noticeable improvement on the engine and its character, to top it off BMW sprinkled the latest gadgets and rider assist relevant to touring firmly place the GS back on top combined with some modern styling updates in typical German fashion need you look any further for your adventure bike?
For 2009 Kawasaki produced the most powerful 600 in comparison to its rivals. It was a massive step over the previous generations with its Ohlins damper and Showa big piston front forks and is very capable wether on the track or the road.
The Kawasaki ZZR1400 is not only the fastest, most powerful motorcycle you could buy in 2006, but happens to be an extremely capable all-round machine too. Limited to 186mph (300kmh) the Kawasaki ZZR1400 will do it with a gear to spare. Capable of commuting, two up sporty touring, track days, drag racing, posing – almost anything is possible on the big Kawasaki ZZR1400 - just don’t try taking it dirt riding.
For the 2014 Z1000 Kawasaki went all out in design to bring it line with its fierce competition. Thankfully for the purists out there Kawasaki opted to stay away from the rider aids and focus on creating a thrilling analogue package and they did not disappoint. The honed throttle response, glitch-free engine delivery and refined top rate suspension and brakes is far more rewarding with 140bhp then the crazy unusable power from its rivals.