The Kawasaki Versys X 300 is a small high-rise adventure bike, and is available in three basic designs depending on whether you are into urban, standard or one that really works on wildlife roads. The engine is a two-cylinder 296 cubic, and holds 40 horsepower.
BMW’s adventurous counterpart, the BMW G 310 GS, has not hit the market yet, but is not expected until autumn. We are therefore pleased with the street version: The G 310 R, with a newly developed single-cylinder 313 cubic centimeter large engine packing a modest 34 horsepower.
Tall and Small
Here we see a strange construction, where the cylinder is spinning halfway so the intake is forward and the outake backwards. It is also somewhat backward; All for the weight distribution.
The relatively high seat height of Versys makes sure you shouldn’t be too small for you to enjoy it fully. For the BMW on the other hand, there is a reversal relationship; You should not be too tall. Are you around average length, you should enjoy sitting on both of them.
Got a drivers licence for a medium motorcycle?
The BMW offers a more cranky driver while The Kawasaki provides a narrow upright driver’s seat with wide steering and protection of a windshield without the possibility of adjustment.
BMW and Kawasaki make the small hoops in India and Thailand respectively. There is no disadvantage. There are countries with developed automotive industry. Buyers in Europe can enjoy competitive mc prices.
There are two motorcycles that are meant to attract more to drive high. As car queues grow, car drivers will realize how much smoother it is on a 300-cubic city bus. Both are stable and easy to maneuver. The suspension is possible to bias on both motorcycles. The frames are made of steel. G 310 R and Versys are also allowed to drive for those who have A2 driving license (Medium motorcycle).
Of course it’s the motors that everyone is wondering about. Do they stand out? Yes! Both are easy-going coworkers, who go well from relatively low speeds. If you do not have any sensation requirements, you can send in the sixth gear already at 60 km / h and driving in the harsh terrain like snow is a breeze. Should you’ll be having fun on curvy roads, you will certainly have to make sure that you keep the higher turns at lower gear.
Both are surprisingly well built! The two bikes are more exciting than they sound. They have stable chassis and built-in driving pleasure.