A hit all over Europe and across the UK, the Z750 will be joined in the Kawasaki Street-fighter stable for 2011 by the new Z750R - set to get its UK public debut at the Carole Nash Motorcycle Live event at the NEC in November.
Entering the exciting “R” arena, the latest super naked from Kawasaki adds a new level of handling and braking sophistication to the class and is sure to win favour with the growing customer base for versatile, mid-weight machines that handle and stop as well as they look.
With new 41mm highly adjustable front forks, matched by a stunning aluminium swinging arm and remote reservoir piggy-back rear shock, the handling package represented by the new Z750R will reward riders looking for true Supersport handling from a naked motorcycle.
The ante has also been upped in the braking department with beefy radial mounted front callipers gripping race inspired petal discs matched to an equally performance oriented radial mount brake reservoir.
Adding additional feel and response, the brake lines are now steel braided items reflecting the overall high specification of a machine which will reward hard riding with cornering poise and responsive feedback.
With a raft of genuine accessories planned – including a Kawasaki Akrapovik slip on silencer – the emerging R class now has an impressive new contender according to Sales and Marketing Manager for Kawasaki Motors UK, Michael Johnstone.
“The Z750R is an impressive package. It has been designed to take the handling, braking and overall pecification of the hugely popular Z750 to a totally new level, justifying the exclusive R status of our new mid-weight naked contender for the coming year”.