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Fancy the Kawasaki W800? – could be launching this year

The latest buzz on the internet is that Kawasaki India is planning to launch the 2019 Kawasaki W800 soon in the Indian market. An upgraded version of the motorcycle had been shown at EICMA 2018 and this could be the model launching in the country within the next few months. The W800 is a...

Published on February 4 2019, 10:06
Source: www.iamabiker.com
 

We are already feeling the early effects of the EICMA show in Milan, Italy – easily the most important trade event for the motorcycle industry. EICMA is where many of the next year's new models are released, not to mention the show serves as a platform for much of the yearly business that occurs... 

Wayne Rainey riding a Yamaha YZR500, circa 1991. The YZR500 first debuted in 1973, and the bike went on to amass 115 wins and 11 world championships in its amazing 30-year history. Nearing the end of its run at the turn of the century, the YZR was spitting out around 200 horsepower in a machine... 

Kawasaki's H2 street machine and H2R racebike are likely the most talked about motorcycles of 2015. Engineering a supercharger into a liter-class sportbike is a mighty technological feat, and the H2/H2R shifts the paradigm of what's possible in a sportbike engine. The EPA-legal H2 is said to... 

If you were in the market for a dual-purpose, big-single sort of ride back in 1993, Kawasaki certainly had the market covered. It offered three different models with the same basic engine. Two were street-legal, the third, called an enduro, had lights and no turn signals—but a cop would have to... 

Late last year we brought you information that Kawasaki was planning a naked bike in the 250/300 cc segment based on the Z series in its existing line up. The proposed motorcycle was rumoured to feature the same 250/300cc engine that the Ninja 250/300 has. Today at Kawasaki Motors Indonesia,... 

In last week's Church feature, we showcased the competent, if not boring, Kawasaki Vulcan 800 classic. This week, we turn our attention to Suzuki's interpretation of a middleweight cruiser: the Intruder Volusia 800. While occupying a similar space in the cruiser landscape as the Kawasaki,... 

The dust has now settled on this year's Classic TT. For those unfamiliar with the event, the Classic TT was born from the ashes of the old Manx Grand Prix. Run on the same Mountain Course as the TT, the Manx as it was affectionately known, featured racing on modern and classic machinery....