Kawasaki ZG1000-A5 Concours Motorcycles Reviews (2)
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2005-03-12 1990 Kawasaki ZG1000-A5 Concours Motorcycles View Listings

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Con's: Low resale value.<br /> Pro's: Low resale value. This bike is nothing short of rock solid reliable. Its personality is ever changing. Although at first a little unusual or hard to get used to, coming off a crusier, after a while and a few mods, the bike has easily been conformed to my comfort. Strong 90hp dual personality motor, great gas mileage, great handling (just short of sportbike), and great comfort (just short of full tour). Aftermarket support is there. You can raise or lower the handlebars, seat, windshield, and footpegs. Add or remove luggage. Or if you like, leave her the way she comes and ride without worry. Best of all, this bike hasn't changed since 1986 so you can buy a clean cheap one for a couple of grand and if you find you like it, sell it and get a new one if you should desire. That was my plan, but never desired.
- Dank, Boston, Massachusetts

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2001-09-21 1990 Kawasaki ZG1000-A5 Concours Motorcycles View Listings

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Touted a "sport-tourer," this bike does not provide ideal comfort for rides longer than 1 hour. The handle grip buzzing, extended reach on rider's arms and cramped leg position accelerates fatigue for those non-commuting rides. After a weekend excursion to the Blue Ridge Mountains from Charleston, S.C., my knees, lower back and arms were all cramped. I'm not a huge guy (5' 8", 174 lbs.) or one who lacks physical fitness, so cramping is not due to long legs or an out-of-shape body. The bike is just not as much of a "tourer" as it claims to be. After riding the Concours for over 2 years, I'm selling it for a more comfortable ride (perhaps a cruiser or a real "touring" bike).
- Mark, Charleston, South Carolina

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