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Additional Kawasaki Motorcycles Recalled

September 4, 2013
In its initial notice, Kawasaki recalled 268 cycles in the 2009-2012 model years. A second recall filed Aug. 16 with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported 57 cycles in the 2012 and 2013 model years.

Why Motor Cops Should Wear a Full-Face Helmet

January 31, 2012
With the crop of quicker, more agile police motorcycles now arriving at law enforcement agencies, you would think helmet progression would be parallel. Agencies have hesitated to adopt advanced helmets such as Shoei's Multitec that are specifically designed for today's cycles.

Michigan Vehicle Tests: 2011 Kawasaki Concours 14P

December 9, 2010
Steve Beaudry of Beaudry MotorSports gives a walkaround tour of the Kawasaki Concours 14P motorcycle at the Michigan State Police's annual vehicle evaluation.

CHP Adopts Kawasaki's Concours 14P Motorcycle

September 27, 2010
In a report presented as part of the state's open-bid process, the CHP estimated it would cost about $6 million to replace 336 of its motor units.

Kawasaki's Concours 14P: Blue Streak

June 7, 2010

Today, Kawasaki is once again making police bikes. The company's new Concours 14 represents its attempt at recapturing a share of the law enforcement market.

Kawasaki Concours 14P Motorcycle

May 6, 2010

Kawasaki reentered the law enforcement market with the 2009 Concours 14P police motorcycle that arrived in June. The Idaho State Police bought seven bikes to become the first agency to begin using them for motor patrol. For 2010, the company added a few upgrades such as heated hand grips, traction control and a tire pressure moniting system as standard features. Photos are of the 2009 Concours 14P and courtesy of Beaudry Motors Inc.

Kawasaki's Releases 2010 Concours 14P Motorcycle

May 4, 2010
Kawasaki Motors Corp. U.S.A. has announced the availability of the 2010 Concours 14P Police motorcycle to U.S. law enforcement agencies. Complete sales and support services are available through the company's network of more than 1,100 U.S. motorcycle dealers.

Handle Bars for Kawasaki Motorcycle

July 1, 2008
MC Enterprises, manufacturer of the successful line of protective bars for the Honda ST1300PA police bike, is expanding its presence in the police bike aftermarket by introducing its new line of protective bars for Kawasaki’s new Concours 14.

Motor Patrol 2007

May 1, 2007

For almost 100 years American law enforcement officers have been riding motorcycles in the line of duty. Even before Chief August Vollmer, who is credited with organizing the first official Police Motorcycle Patrol in the United States with the Berkeley (Calif.) Police Department in 1911, law enforcement recognized the value of motorcycles.

Motor Patrol: Working on Two Wheels

February 1, 2004

The motorcycle police officer has been an American icon for more than half a century. But contrary to "CHiPs" fantasies, the job is not all glamour, and working a police shift on two wheels is just as tough, if not tougher, than working the same shift in a patrol car.

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