Kawasaki Versys Motorcycle: When the Versys arrived on the scene just a few years ago, it astonished the motorcycling press and public. Journalists and riders alike began to heap praise on the versatile Ԥo-everything bike: it was named Motorcycle of the Year by Motorcyclist magazine and was included on numerous top 10 lists in enthusiast publications.
Suspension: Front: 41 Mm Hydraulic Telescopic Fork With Stepless Adjustable Rebound And Preload; 5.9 In. Travel Rear: 1 Offset Laydown Shock With 13-position Adjustable Rebound Damping And Adjustable Spring Preload; 5.7 In. Travel
Trail: 4.3 In.
Engine: 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valves Per Cylinder, Parallel Twin
Displacement: 649 Cc
Bore x Stroke: 83 X 60 Mm
Compression Ratio: 10.6:1
Fuel System: Digital Fuel Injection With (2) 38 Mm Keihin Throttle Bodies
Fuel Tank Capacity: 5 Gal.
Ignition: TCBI With Electronic Advance
Final Drive: O-ring Chain
Colors: Metallic Spark Black, Two-tone Pearl Solar Yellow / Ebony
Brakes Wheels Tires
Brakes: Front: (2) 300 Mm Petal Discs With 2-piston Calipers Rear: (1) 220 Mm Petal Disc With 1-piston Caliper
Tires: Front: 120/70-17 Rear: 160/60-17
Built with All Your Adventures in Mind Q: What is an excellent bike for commuting on the superslab, weekend jaunts over canyon roads or just overall riding fun? A: The Kawasaki Versys®. Introduced to acclaim from both the motorcycling press and the public a few years ago, the Versys was named "Motorcycle of the Year" by Motorcyclist magazine and placed on numerous top 10 lists in enthusiast publications. This solidly built multi-purpose tool will have you searching for more reasons to ride and more roads to explore. The Versys' powerband will quickly silence the skeptics who think that a 649 cc parallel-twin engine can't pump out this much power. Aggressive styling complements the Versys' dynamic flexibility and strength, and an adjustable windscreen accommodates a variety of riders. To add to rider comfort while in the saddle, rubber bushings on the rear engine mounts and hollow rubber inserts atop the footpegs help to isolate the rider's feet from engine vibration, resulting in a smoother, more relaxed ride.