Enterprises protective bars for the 2010 Concours
14 are now available. Kawasaki made some changes
to the bike to help dissipate engine heat and divert
it away from the rider. These changes resulted
in us having to re-engineer the engine/fairing
brackets. Additionally, Kawasaki requested a minor
design change which would allow the accommodation
of certain law enforcement equipment for use in
their highly anticipated return to the law enforcement arena.
These changes culminated in new generation engine/fairing
guards, stronger and a little larger than their predecessors – built
with 1” diameter tube instead of 7/8” diameter,
easier to install and still available in chrome or
tactical black powder coat. These new guards are
unique to the 2010 model and will not fit earlier
For production going forward, we’ve also upgraded
the small side bag guards to 1” diameter tube.
The full size saddlebag and tail guard option will continue
to be made with 7/8” diameter. Both of these
fit 2008 through 2010 model bikes.
We’ve expanded our accessory line-up for the
2010 model by offering a baton/flashlight holder
similar to the very popular version we build for
the Honda ST1300PA as well as a speaker bracket specifically
designed for the Whelen model SA315P speaker, the
same unit being utilized by law enforcement agencies nationwide.
The Concours 14 being offered as a law enforcement vehicle
is fully supported by Kawasaki Motors Corporation, U.S.A.
and additional information can be attained by contacting
John Griffin via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
by calling him at (949) 770-0400 ext. 2725.
MC Enterprises is expanding its presence in the police bike aftermarket by introducing its new line-up of protective bars for Kawasaki’s new Concours 14.
In doing so, we followed the tried and true design characteristics that we engineered into our original product developed for the Honda ST1100 in 2003, followed by our highly successful line of protective bars for the Honda ST1300PA, which we introduced in 2005.
not specifically designed as a police bike, the
Concours is similar in performance and appearance
to the Honda and carries some of the same type
of factory-installed equipment such as an adjustable
windshield and available ABS brakes.
believe this bike is capable of sharing the market
with the Honda and providing another more affordable,
high quality, lower maintenance alternative to
Harley and BMW.
Following what occurred with the Honda, we’re confident
that other aftermarket manufacturers, dealers and
outfitters will develop the remaining components
necessary to complete the various configurations
of lights, sirens, radar guns, etc. that law enforcement
is MC Enterprises’ intention to eventually identify
a few “standard” configurations of accessories for
both the Honda and Kawasaki, then manufacture the
bracketry to accommodate same, providing a more seamless
product and making it easier on those preparing RFP’s/RFQ’s
as well as those assembling the final product.
shown in the images below, the Concours bars are
very similar in design to those for the Honda. One
notable distinction is their ease of installation,
eliminating more than 20 steps from the process required
for the Honda, including modification of the fairings.
right and left engine/fairing
guards with universal mounting brackets
for lights, sirens, radar gun and
antenna, etc. (See notes 1 & 2)
size rear side bag guards with rear
lower and upper tail guard with room
for mounting a shotgun and radio
antenna. (See notes 1 & 3).
side bag guards are a lower cost
alternative to our full size bag
guard and tail guard assembly and
provide a little less protection
but offer a universal mounting point
on each side of the bike for a variety
of accessories commonly used in law
enforcement. The accessory mounting
plates have no pre-drilled holes
allowing the end user the freedom
to utilize the space as desired.
use only with
the 2010 model
use only with
the 2010 model engine/fairing guards.
choice of brilliant, durable chrome
plating or tactical black powder
coating on all major components except
for the baton/flashlight holder and
speaker bracket which are available
only in black.
and all necessary hardware for
installation on the motorcycle.
components are sold separately. Call
or email us for
pricing and availability.
1: Your installation may require additional
bracketry, hardware, drilling, etc. based on
what your department adds to the bike. Most
law enforcement agency's fabricate their own
bracketry (if required) to suit their specific
2: As with all of our engine guards
or crash bars, etc., they are designed to provide
basic no-speed or low-speed roll-over protection
for the vehicle and are not intended to prevent
3: Saddlebag opening is restricted,
though adequate, after installation of bars.
Retainer strap should be shortened to prevent
bag doors from hitting bars when opened. Saddlebags
are still removeable after installation of bars.
4: Replacement components are available.
Contact us for pricing.
One of five “Connie’s” built for the Idaho State Police by Beaudry Motorsports of Post Falls, Idaho using MC Enterprises’ protective bars finished in tactical black.
Vauguelin of Louisville, Texas provided this image
of his 2009 Concours 14 with MC Enterprises’ protective
bars finished in tactical black and his custom designed
Campbell of Santa Rosa, California provided this
image of his beautiful 2011 model.
Scott Reiner of Tucson, Arizona provided this image of his 2008 loaded with lots of accessories.