It’s a supersport tourer with real supersport DNA
The sportbike DNA is quite evident in the overall styling, so whether you love it or hate it, you don't ignore the Concours 14 ABS.
Revised ABS settings, stiffer rear suspension, reworked first gear ratio, and a heat shield on the exhaust make noticeable improvements to the rider experience.
Even though it comes with more of a tour-tastic torque curve and power delivery, the Ninja roots come out in the performance.
By moving the handlebars closer to the rider than they are on the Ninja, you get a more upright and comfortable posture.
Part of the revamp involved revising the linked ABS proportioning for improved braking performance.
Vertically-challenged riders will have an easier time wrangling the bike than the 32.1-inch seat height might suggest.
Along with a more cushy ride, the seat is made from anti-UV material that keeps the seat from becoming a butt-burner when left sitting in the sunshine.
To stow your gear and your bits and bobs, there is a glove box in the fairing and each saddlebag holds 22 pounds.
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