Ninja Cruisers Motorcycle

The Ninja Cruisers motorcycle series by Kawasaki were first launched in the year 1984 with the introduction of Kawasaki Vulcan 750. It is commendable how Kawasaki Motors came out strong out of the ashes of the second World War and became one of the most famous and well known names in the filed of motorcycles manufacturers from Japan. During the late 1960s and early 1970s, Kawasaki built a reputation for itself for making most powerful engines on two wheels, which personified the glory of sports bike and spawning legendary sport bikes such as Ninja series including the Kawasaki Ninja Cruisers motorcycle series.

With the introduction of Kawasaki Ninja Cruisers motorcycle in1984, Kawasaki brought into existent a new era for the venerable motorcycle marque. The Vulcan 750 from the Ninja Cruisers motorcycles series was Kawasaki’s first V-Twin-powered, American-style cruiser motorcycle. From that time, Kawasaki Vulcan Ninja Cruisers motorcycle has become a main seller of Kawasaki.

The Kawasaki Ninja Cruisers motorcycle series have a wide range of cruiser motorcycles have a displacement from 125cc to 2000cc, with model having names such as the Classic, Eliminator, Mean Streak, Nomad, and Voyager. The Eliminator 125 is at the bottom of the scale with its air-cooled, 124cc single-cylinder engine and straight flow exhaust while the Vulcan 2000 is at the highest position of the heap with its four-stroke 52-degree V-Twin pumping out an impressive 2053cc of power.

In the year 2009, the Kawasaki Vulcan Ninja Cruisers motorcycle line comprises of total f fourteen cruiser motorcycles, which includes launching of a bona fide long-distance touring motorcycle in the Vulcan 1700 Voyager. The first ever fully dressed Kawi tourer has so many features including hard saddlebags and a top case, a high-rising front windscreen, a large frame-mounted front fairing and a plush setup so passengers ride in style and comfort.