Kawasaki launched a host of new models for 2021 including the KLX300 dual-sport motorcycle, KLX300SM supermoto motorcycle, Ninja ZX-10R and Ninja ZX-10RR superbikes and the Z H2 SE hypernaked.
Kawasaki recently tested an electric motorcycle fitted with Ninja bodywork. The company released a video regarding the development of the electric vehicle.
These will fit several models including the Ninja 300, Yamaha R3, KTM RC390 or any bike running a 130-150 range rear tire size.
For 2019, Kawasaki brings class-leading authentic styling, sound and feel to the category of retro motorcycles.
Woodcraft Technologies released the Armour Bodies Pro Series Superbike Seat Base and Seat Base Pad for 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400.
Kawasaki opened AIMExpo with the unveiling of new 2019 models, including the Mule and Ninja.
Armour Bodies is top quality bodywork that is made with unique resin derived from the Kayak racing industry, giving it the ability to withstand the rigors of the racetrack.
AIMExpo presented by Nationwide welcomes the return of Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. for the 2018 event, representing the brand’s fourth year as an OEM exhibitor.
These brackets feature two additional mounting positions over the stock location for increased ground clearance and lean angle.
Kawasaki’s Team 38 is looking to go #beyondspeed during the famous Bonneville Speed Week, competing on a specially prepared Ninja H2.
The street kit is a “no cut” version and the race kit is designed to be used with aftermarket bodywork.
Using its technology developed in both Moto GP and WSBK, LighTech created these fully adjustable rearsets to replace the stock components.