Sleek sweeping contours and meticulous fit and finish of the W1 redefined the standards of motorcycle design in the 1960’s.
The Kawasaki Z125 PRO is a visually striking naked motorcycle with edgy looks, and, it’s also a blast to ride! It fits into that perfect package for those desiring a small motorcycle with plenty of capabilities, low price and great gas mileage.
The fact is there are features in a motorcycle which are more akin to the average woman’s anatomy and demeanour – making its operation much more – fun and fabulous! But before we get into the six motorcycles for women listed below, let’s check out these preliminary factors you’ll need to consider in the mix of your decisions.
It is hard to believe that the Kawasaki Ninja 400 Kawasaki Racing Team edition is a 400. It’s likely you’ve heard that before of this model. The popular Ninja 300 was replaced with the 400 – and this Ninja is incredibly fun to ride!
Motorcycle racing has changed thanks to Spanish rider Ana Carrasco who took the World Championship title by a single point over countryman Mika Perez. Ana Carrasco has become the first female rider to win a motorbike world championship!
The KLX250 motorcycle is built to take riders to new places. Borrowing notes from the KX line and Kawasaki’s…
The Vulcan S is based on the Ninja 649cc parallel twin-engine. Its digital fuel injection liquid cooled and specific tuning give the engine its smoothness. This is a big advantage for new riders still finessing the power transitions either at high or low speeds.