2019 Kawasaki Versys 1000 SE LT+ First Ride Review

A matching trunk is an available option, as are frame/axle sliders, a shorter seat, auxiliary lights, and a GPS mount. None are necessary as the Versys is well-equipped from the factory for long days in the saddle, though riders above 6-foot-2 should look to the aftermarket for a taller windscreen. The only other drawback is a significant amount of vibration at 6K rpm, though that won’t be an issue in top gear as you’d be doing 95 mph.

Source: MotorCyclistOnline.com

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