Kawasaki Ninja

Kawasaki Ninja

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Some bikes simply never end up their statements about comfort, user-friendliness, manageable power, but mostly reliability. One such motorcycle is Kawasaki’s Ninja 500R, a consecrated two-wheeler with a taste for modern days too. Freshly painted in Kawi’s latest and greatest color (Plasma Blue), the 2009 model year carries on teaching beginners a thing or two about sports riding while providing an enjoyable ride too.

Although the more recent alternative known as the Ninja 650R has developed into a great success too, riders keep on heading towards this latest’s smaller sibling and so revive the traditional learning and then exploiting way.

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Kawasaki will soon launch their new Ninja Underground Website where we’ll be seeing stunt riding, drag racing and track racing, all on their 2009 Ninja models so they tease us with the official video dedicated to this event until the actual launch.

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I can understand the fact that people feel the need to ride their motorcycles in the winter. I also ride in sunny January afternoons and afterwards complain about my rheumatism, but I never experienced the need to ride on a lake. Apparently, this guy did and didn’t ended up pretty well (he probably risks hypothermia while his buddies try to rescue his submerged Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle).


Source: masmoto
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A racing motorcycle with headlights such as the 2009 Kawasaki ZX6R couldn’t find a better place for a commercial than the track, but Kawi goes even further and visualizes an Area 51 sort of environment. That is very inspired as the characteristic color for these bikes is Green.


Source: youtube
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The most adequate alternative to a full-face helmet is, strangely, not an open face one, but a protective shield added to your motorcycle’s fairing. Invented by David Fermil, the ingenious accessory bolts perfectly on to the fairing with the nuts and bolts that are already on the bike from when it got out the production line. The advantages of such an addition to your sport bike’s aerodynamic functions are practically infinite as you no longer have to lurk under the small windscreen and (...)
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On the 30th of March at the Vallelunga track in Italy Kawasaki fans will have the great opportunity of witnessing the second edition of the Ninja Trophy. A race will be held and the participants are owners of the 2007 and 2008 model year Kawasaki ZX-6R so we at least know what bike will win, let’s wait for the rider. Organizers planned six races and all are programmed on the most notorious circuits in Italy, the last and decisive one being the Mugello circuit. Participants have all the (...)
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This tricked out Kawasaki ZX-6R comes as a result of AMA Supercross champion James “Bubba” Steward.

Produced by Two Bros, the Kawasaki ZX-6R of Bubba includes many mechanical modifications including the most impressive under-the-seat exhaust I’ve ever seen.

The rims look like taken from a Cadillac and the graphics are truly exceptional, but why don’t you check it out yourself?

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I have serious doubts about the main character’s being friends, but there was no collegiality whatsoever between the two police mans. That guy in the car didn’t even bother, proving that he was a little bit more experienced. Nice one Kawasaki!


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If I was to define the Ninja ZX-6R in just a few words, I would say that it is one of the best examples concerning fast cornering, hard-hitting accelerations and high-speed stability in the 600cc class. I wouldn’t be able to suppress my opinions and avoid naming it the sleekest racer out there.

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The Kawasaki Ninja 650R is engineered to deliver the best of performance and accommodations in day by day riding as sportbike performance levels and a comfortable seating position are basic features of this interesting-balanced motorcycle.


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