2018 Kawasaki Versys 650 Review

2018 Kawasaki Versys 650 Review
2018 Kawasaki Versys 650 Review. There’s been a few changes to the Kawasaki Versys since 2017 and here we’ll highlight all the bikes features and more.

16 thoughts on “2018 Kawasaki Versys 650 Review

  1. Awesome vlog, , now you truly are a biker !!! We are very happy for you 🙂 keep the shiny side up,, knees in the breeze. Congrats from Vancouver Canada

  2. First review!! That was impressive indeed. This style of bike has never been my cup of tea. That was the case until a few days ago when I tried one out for a day in Hua Hin. I’m sold, what a mile muncher and in comfort with much better handling than I expected. It’s on the shopping list 🙂

  3. Only Brits should be allowed to review motorcycles and cars. Oh, and commentate rally racing.

  4. Hey you two !! Thank’s much for the Review. The Kawa 650 Versys is on my short list to buy in the next few month’s. Your review has helped already. I Wonder what fuel milage it get’s at freeway (70 – 75 MP Hour ) speed’s ?? 
    Happy Riding & Be Safe !!!

  5. Getting one in march, nice review. think i preffer the tank decals of the 2017 model but this is still a nice bike and seemingly my only choice.

    Comments spoilt a bit by this “Pittaya Fai” user, she seems to have a right problem with equality, Need’s to understand its a review and sometimes NO ONE is in view when commentary is given. Bless her husband, he must have chores galore.!!

  6. Nice video, nice family, God bless!
    The bike looks cool in this colour scheme. The only down for me is the weight, it is so heavy!
    I own a 2012 cbr 600f but you quite do not feel the weight when riding, but I guess the weight of my bike is around 200 kg.
    I am considering the versys x 300, it is a lot less powerful but for sure more agile.
    Thanks for sharing!

  7. Hello from Istanbul, what’s your inseam? You look fine on the bike. I’m 5’7 with a 30 inch inseam. I guess I won’t have too much of a problem… ✌

  8. Hi Graham. Fantastic review! Could you shed some light on which seat lowering kit you would recommend? If you have done some research on it.

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