Who are the top class riders in the world? Definitely, the supersport touring riders are the epic motorcyclists in the world. When unbeatable power, innumerable technologies, and ultra luxury are combined on a motorcycle, what should we further need from a bi-wheeler? Here we have got one of machines in the species with above mentioned qualities. That is none other than the 2013 Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS. This is certainly made for very selective riders who really wish to wander wherever they want to go. So the quality and perfection of the all new Kawasakian would be expectedly outstanding.
The 2013 Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS predominantly resembles the world's most powerful machine, the Ninja ZX 14R ABS. Borrowing the design from its sibling machine, Kawasaki has put forward a monstrous atmosphere. Its dual headlamp is not only powerful to torch up nights, but also powerful enough to provide a stunning appearance to the machine. Kawasaki has fitted turn indicators on the body kit of the bike, but beneath the headlamp. The design of the Concurs 14 ABS carries the principles of aerodynamism to keep up the bi-wheeler steady even at high speeds without getting interrupted by wind. Additionally, the luggage boxes kept at both sides carves out a traditional outlook of a sport tourer.
The Concours comes with a massive 1352cc, Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, inline-four with VVT engine. It is a tuned down engine of the Ninja ZX 14R ABS. The motorcycle is capable to fire out maximum torque of 102.0 lb-ft @ 6,200 rpm. Notwithstanding, there is official comments regarding the maximum power of the bike. It's coupled with a 6 speed transmission.
The ergonomics is built so as to impress any riders to take on the machine for long-days tour. To ensure better comfy, the bike is equipped with a 43mm inverted, telescopic fork with adjustable rebound damping and spring preload / 4.4 inch front suspension and a Tetra-Lever with stepless rebound damping adjustment and remote spring preload adjuster / 5.4 inch rear suspension.
This bi-wheeler alloys you to go on and on. Being wedded with dual floating 310mm petal disc brakes with four-piston calipers with ABS at front, and a single 270mm petal disc brake with ABS at rear ensures to cut down speed without rising up the heart beat of the rider.
The Concours 14 ABS holds a fuel tank of 22 liters. The two-wheeler massively weighs 312 kg.