The Kawasaki stand at Motorcycle Live represents the best chance to see what promises to be the largest gathering of 2012 Kawasaki products in one place at one time.
Inextricably linked with Kawasaki - and enjoying considerable racing success on Ninja machines, including his historic Assen World Superbike race win - Chris Walker is set to unveil a long held ambition to launch a Race School based at the Mallory Park circuit in Leicestershire.
As a precautionary measure, Kawasaki have initiated a recall on all units of 2011 Ninja ZX-10R (ABS and non-ABS) for an inspection of the machine's wiring harness.
Answering demand for easy and affordable access to popular models from across its widely acclaimed range, Kawasaki enters the red hot summer selling season with no less than fifteen machines available on finance.
As popular with long-term motorcyclists as those new to the joys - and considerable financial advantages - of taking to two wheels, Kawasaki has just announced their “Six of the Best” campaign highlighting half a dozen great reasons to invest in a new ER-6n or ER-6f.
Firmly established as worldwide MX icons, the new versions of the venerated Kawasaki KX250F and KX450F look set to take off-road innovation further still while adding new levels of refinement to many of their existing race-winning features.
Rolled out onto the grid for the first time last year, the Kawasaki Team Green concept is returning to UK tracks in expanded form such was its inaugural success.
An enthusiastic motorcyclist, the Mayor of London’s transport advisor, Kulveer Ranger visited the first Kawasaki “On the Road” tour event of 2011 at Silverstone on 9 April.
With the biking season well underway, Kawasaki has announced a new low rate finance scheme for five popular machines in its stunning 2011 range.
A familiar sight in UK paddocks, the respected Sondel Team are the latest National Superstock entrants to announce Kawasaki machinery as their preferred choice for the 2011 racing season.
Associated with Kawasaki at key points during his hugely successful career, Chris Walker returns to the Japanese brand and the UK Superbike paddock for the 2011 season. British and World Superbike race winner, Walker will front a single rider team under the Pr1mo racing banner and has a brand new bike to master in the shape of the much praised Ninja ZX-10R.
The main production facility for Kawasaki motorcycles located at Akashi near Kobe in Japan was unaffected by last week’s earthquake according to staff at the huge industrial complex.
Following the success of last year's countrywide series of events, the Kawasaki On the Road tour will offer even more riding opportunities and attractions in 2011.
Hawick rider and winner of the 2010 Macau Grand Prix, Stuart Easton, will be a star guest at the annual Scottish Motorcycle Show being held at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston near Edinburgh this Saturday and Sunday.
With huge interest from dealers, potential customers and race teams alike, the buzz surrounding the new 2011 Ninja ZX-10R was heightened recently when former British and World Superbike Champion, Neil Hodgson, rode the Ninja and other machines from the new Kawasaki range in Spain.
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