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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by RaY YreKa, Sep 29, 2010.
Seat ornament not included.
wow. too bad they want 11k for it, me likey.
Compared to 16k for a VFR1200, 11k is flippin' cheap.
Besides, by next fall, you could probably pick one up for less than 10k, OTR.
Damn! I repeat: damn! This looks so yammie!
I wonder how it will stack up against K1300S and how trackable this bike will be?
Damn! Don't say you guys get the red...
Does look like bike of the year to me.
I just noticed the price - 11K US = £6900. That'll end up closer to £10,000.
When the Z1000 came out this year, I thought that it would make a great little sport-tourer if it had a bigger tank, a little more wind protection and wouldn't look too dorky with hard luggage. Well, here we are..
All the press seem t be working themselves into a frenzy for the ZX10. I could only find this crappy shot on Visordown of the bike in the metal.
Any mention of ABS for the North American market?
me likey. I sure hope my daughter manages to nail down that "full ride" scholarship. Daddy would be so happy if he doesn't have to pay $1000 a month for college bills for the next 4 years.
Give me the red one with the V35's on it. I'll probably need a Corbin with a passenger backrest, or maybe just the optional top box...
and then Honda won't have to import the CBF1000 after all.
Any mention of ABS? Traction control? Not a deal breaker if I can't get those things, but I would like to have them.
so they will offer hardbags for it? Didn't see any in any of the product info yet other than in that picture earlier
with ABS and the hard bags this would be a fantastic sport tourer.
I like this thing a lot
"And despite its radical stance, the new Ninja 1000 retains comfortable ergonomics. The handlebars are mounted higher than on a supersport machine and the pegs a touch lower, all of which makes the Ninja 1000 a capable medium-haul tourer, and certainly a sportbike you could spend the day aboard without undue strain. To sweeten the day- or weekend-trekking deal even more, Kawasaki offers a line of optional touring-oriented accessories, including hard-case saddlebags, a top trunk, heated grips and more."
Doesn't look like the ABS version will be offered in the USA
THIS BIKE IS AWSOME!!
I found my next bike!
I think it would be a mistake not to offer ABS.
arnt these available now ?:eek1
Action vid on youpube.
I'm just hoping that it's suited to taller riders...
From the Motorcycle.com preview.
There looks to be a fair amount of room. Can't wait to chuck a leg over it.
And for some reason Kawasaki USA decided to not bring the beautiful green/black color combo to the USA. :huh