Atty. Ralph D. Sherman
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Say hello to the 2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Nomad (new, June 2005). It was the bike I really wanted in '04 when I got the '97 Vulcan 1500 Classic. The Nomad comes with nearly everythingwindshield, front and rear engine guards, hard luggage, passenger floorboards, etc.so it doesn't need much. I've added a Cobra luggage rack (Kaw doesn't sell one yet) and a Stebel air horn. (Neither is shown in these photos.) I also ordered the harder, more contoured seats from Mustang, but that's going to do it for extras. This is the ideal motorcycle, to my way of thinking (and riding). I have never ridden a bike that was easier to handle, at all speeds. Below is the view from the other side. Colors are silver and black, with small gold and red stripes along the edges of the silver areas. The hard luggage easily holds a soft bag containing all my files for the morning's docket in court. :)
Kawasaki has made many improvements to the Vulcan since they made my old 1997 Classic. Upgrades include fuel injection, rear air shocks, a better designed heel shifter, five gears instead of four, and of course the greater engine displacement, which was noticeable even during the break-in period and really makes a difference when you take an adult passenger. And check out the passenger back rest and grab rails (all stock)!
Here's my previous bike, a 1997 Kawasaki Vulcan Classic 1500. I had to add one accessory after another to get it to this condition. It still didn't measure up to the Nomad.