Welcome. Wise choice in new rides for sure.
Thanks, guys! Yes, I'm near Winston-Salem. My best riding buddies are up around the Franklin to Deal's Gap area which is why I chose this bike. I was getting tired of dragging all the hard parts on my Honda F6B.Welcome
NC is a large area. Are you located somewhere between the Outer Banks and Asheville?
43rd!!!!? [email protected]!I just found a new, old-stock 2014 N1K for around 9K. This will be my 43rd bike and not my first Kawasaki either. It's quite an impressive machine so all I need to do now is decide on what needs to be changed or added. So far, I've only ordered the Kawasaki hard bags but I'm looking at the windscreen next. I'll look forward to learning much from you vets on this board. --Ken B.
Yep! I bought that '14. They also had a '13 for even less but the word was that significant improvements were made in 2014 so I went with that. I really like the folks there at Sport Cycles!Hornblower, did you buy your bike from Sport Cycle in Rockingham!? I was looking at a 14 that just sold and to go with a 15. Haven't picked it up yet.
When I bought the bike at Sport Cycles I qualified for a 15% discount on accessories. The final price for the bags and all associated parts was a little over $1100. They're quite pricey but the look and fit makes them worth it to me. Also, the way these mount is great too. Basically, you just replace the stock grab rails with special rails with slots. So, instead of seeing some ugly metal brackets when you remove the bags, you just see what looks pretty much like the stock grab rails. This is an excellent mounting design and I like that the bags don't stick out ridiculously far either like some Givi's I had on another bike.How much were the KQR bags?