Kawasaki Ninja

Kawasaki Ninja

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In developing the Ninja ZX-6R’s chassis, the Kawasaki engineers concentrated on designing a machine that allows high corner entry speed and high mid-corner speed.
As a result the new Ninja ZX-6R offers the power of a high-performance 600 mated with the nimble handling characteristics of a small-displacement racer - a combination that will put this bike at the head of the pack in 2007.

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14: The world’s most powerful production motorcycle dominates the competition at the dragstrip and on the street.
Awesome power meets outstanding balance to deliver the ultimate ride

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With a unique look and feel, the 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 650R delivers cutting edge design and astonishing versatility. This is a motorcycle that excels in real world riding.

McAdoo Kawasaki Racing and Ian Hutchinson left the 2006 Ulster Grand Prix as world record holders, with Ian setting the fastest road race lap record at a staggering 130.828mph! Hutchinson also set a new lap record for the 600cc class at 125.433mph. The opening race of the day was the Superstock 1000cc class and Hutchy was extremely confident of victory as the Kawasaki ZX-10R Superstock is an awesome machine. The Supersport 600cc race followed and this brought Hutchy’s first lap record of (...)
Source: Inside Bikes

Unique look and feel grew from specific design team objectives seeking to blend attractiveness with power.


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