Kawasaki to host a variety of activities at Femmoto 2007

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Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) will offer a variety of activities during Femmoto this year at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev., October 5-7.

Take a street demo ride aboard a Ninja 250, 650R, ZX-6R or ZX-14, Versys650, Vulcan 900 Classic or Custom, or the all-new Concours-14 motorcycles. On-track demos will be held Saturday and Sunday with a choice of rides on Kawasaki’s latest Ninja sportbike line-up.

Sign-up for the “Kawasaki Off-Road Experience” held Friday, Saturday and Sunday with instruction led by 9-time Women’s MX National Champion, and 5-time AMA Loretta Lynn’s MX Amateur Champion, Mercedes Gonzales-Natvig and amateur racer Charity Okerson. Instruction fee includes use of KLX125 and KLX250S demo motorcycles, boots, helmets, goggles and gloves.

Get a taste of the dirt on a custom-built mini track aboard a KLX110 to experience the fun of Mini Moto on Friday, Saturday and Sunday with instruction led by Coach2Ride.com instructors and Motocross racers Bonnie Warch and Andrea Beach. Fees vary according to activity, check www.femmoto.com for details.

Attendees who participate in a Kawasaki demo ride or off-road clinic and then purchases an eligible Kawasaki motorcycle model within 60 days of Femmoto 2007 will receive a $150.00 Kawasaki Gift Card.

In conjunction with Femmoto 2007, Riders of Kawasaki (ROK), Kawasaki’s motorcycle enthusiast club, will be hosting an exclusive Kawasaki owners and ROK members track day on Thursday, October 4. No track experience is necessary and space is limited. The complete day of track riding and instruction is administered by Sportbike Track Time, includes lunch and costs $145 per person.

Femmoto started in 2001, as a “women only” track day event looking to fill the void for women motorcyclists. Now in its sixth year, Femmoto continues to grow and attracts women of all backgrounds, ages and riding skills for an opportunity to demo the latest manufacturer product on the track and on the street. A portion of the fees and proceeds from this event are donated to the Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.


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