Ladies can enter to win a Versys-X 300, and Saturday’s showgoers can all enter for a chance to win a Z125 Pro.
With the Z900 RS driving interest in classic Japanese motorcycles, we take a look at Kawasaki’s classic line of big-bore fours.
That was quick! Ninja 400, H2 SX sport tourer, Z900 RS retro, and ZX-10R SE all pop up with new MSRPs.
They didn’t appear at EICMA today, but Kawasaki did indicate we’ll see a couple new small-capacity motorcycles for next year.
An up-down quickshifter is also standard on the special edition litrebike. What we don’t know is, will it come to the Canadian market?
The H2 SX engine is retuned for street use. There’s also an SE edition model with upscale features; we don’t know if/when either is coming to Canada.
It’s not much different from the model Kawasaki unveiled at the Tokyo show, but the Cafe Racer should still find plenty of fans in our market.
Kawasaki’s new entry-level sport bike loses significant weight while getting a power boost, better brakes, and better suspension.
We’ve got more specs, photos, and video of the new Kawasaki tribute to the original Z1 900. This retro standard is actually pretty competent!
Kawasaki’s tribute to the original Z1 900 superbike wins on the aesthetic front. Now, when can we buy one?