|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-08-2009 02:43 PM|
|636Sinner||I thought the previous Zed was cool but im an I-4 guy, but this thing is wicked cool!! Now i want one.|
|10-05-2009 12:29 PM|
2010 Kawasaki Z1000 Unveiled
Oh, happy days in 2010, at least if you're me, or like the type of bikes I'm fond of!
It should be no surprise to regl'r readers of Motorcycle.com that we think highly of the naked standard. After all, the 2009 Triumph Street Triple R easily snatched Bike of the Year in our recent Best of 2009 – Motorcycles of the Year awards, lovingly referred to as the MoBo Awards.
Indeed, this type of scoot just makes sense for a lot of riders here in the U.S., although it seems most of you just don't know it yet.
They make lots of usable torque, have excellent chassis, and typically provide an open and upright riding position. Best of all, most of 'em wheelie like the dickens! Sign me up!
Alas, the nakeds see immensely larger sales volume in Europe than here in America, and therefore most OEMs are reluctant to either import them whatsoever, or if they do, they come in relatively small batches.
Yep, with us, it seems its either some type of cruiser, custom, or race-replica sportbike for the street; otherwise, good luck if you don't fit any of those molds. Boo!
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