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nick205

posted on 30/8/18 at 08:11 AM Reply With Quote
Identify a Kawasaki motorbike

Morning all,

Photo from an old colleague who's on a motorbike tour.



Can anyone identify the motorbike for me please (never been a biker and don't really know much about them)?

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Mash

posted on 30/8/18 at 08:46 AM Reply With Quote
1400GTR maybe?
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fazerruss

posted on 30/8/18 at 09:04 AM Reply With Quote
Z1000 maybe?

[Edited on 30/8/18 by fazerruss]





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gary gsx

posted on 30/8/18 at 09:31 AM Reply With Quote
Looks a bit like a Kawasaki Versys

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motorcycle_mayhem

posted on 30/8/18 at 09:32 AM Reply With Quote
Quite an easy one - it's a Versys 1000.

A take on the soft roader thing that's very popular with older folk, V-twin equivalent from Suzuki is the V-Strom along with so many others.

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nick205

posted on 30/8/18 at 09:48 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by motorcycle_mayhem
Quite an easy one - it's a Versys 1000.

A take on the soft roader thing that's very popular with older folk, V-twin equivalent from Suzuki is the V-Strom along with so many others.



Thank you - I'm going with this suggestion.

It says "1000" on the lower edge of the front fairing (where the riders knee would be).

The chap in question took to bikes later in life and has progressed through a series of what I'd refer to as "scooters" to this. He's by no means a speed daredevil, but now likes to tour with his with riding pillion so probably appreciates going up a little in power!

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