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Did anybody believe that only big, bulky, American cruisers can host V-Twin engines? Well, if you did (which is something that I can easily understand), it is time to change your opinion.

The Kawasaki Z 1300 in the image is being powered by a relatively small V-Twin engine displacing 2600 cc’s. Count the exhaust pipes if you don’t believe me. But doesn’t the engine capacity seem a little too small for this number of cylinders? On a car, yes, but on motorcycles, this is perfection itself as there is a lot of power without the implicit vibrations that would come together with a smaller number of cylinders and the same displacement.

Of course that you don’t need this, I agree with you, but what creator Allen Millyard wants to prove is that everything can find its place on anything. I don’t know how the rider will do that as the gas tank stretches half the bike’s body length and the handlebar raisers fake the problem’s solving.

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Which better way to compare a Suzuki Hayabusa with a Kawasaki ZX14 then on a straight line? And which better place to do that then at the O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis?

The Hayabusa was going for a good run, but it seems that previous burnouts for worming out that rear tire worn it too much, ending up blowing. It is amazing that the rider was still conscious after such a crash and I can understand why it didn’t got up its feet.


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Kawasaki successfully tries to make the KLX140 and KLX140L feel, look and perform like full-sized off-road bikes that should never miss a chance to make a great impression out on the terrain which they were built to conquer. And because they’re still destined to kids and teenagers, they stand as smooth translations between mini bikes and the real thing.

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The off-road master from Kawasaki comes with plans of conquering the highly claimed 450cc class. It does it by packing performance, versatility and a fair share of comfort in a very compact and durable package. Sounds good?

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Drew Estate has teamed up with Cigars International to develop the 1st ever ACID motorcycle. Scott Chester of ACID has put forth his talents to paint this 2008 Kawasaki ZX14R which you can win next year. Watch the video and find out how...being a smoker helps.


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The smallest, but definitely not weakest motocrosser out there comes from the green team and brings the excitement of racing to an even younger category or riders. Kawasaki introduced the KX65 specifically for those who feel like skipping off-road beginners bikes and get to the real thing as soon as possible. This is the best real thing you’ll get at an early age.

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This guy has got it all wrong! Seeing stunts on the internet isn’t supposed to determine you buy a Kawasaki ZZR600 and try doing the same. In the happiest situation (which is also the one displayed below) you’ll simply fail and make a foul out of yourself.
And the guy filming is a total disaster. He first goes to his friend, next to the bike and back to its friend. “Damn and shit” are apparently his favorite words.


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Unless you’ve been living in a cave, and even if you’re not into bicycles, almost anyone has heard of the “Tour de France”. The Tour as it’s known, is the Paris-Dakar of bicycles races, a grueling three week race through France on a bicycle. With immense high Alps and Pyrenees mountains, it’s not an easy race for the cyclists. But the Tour also has it’s fair share of motorcycles. Motorcycles are used a lot, since they are the only ones that can move along the cyclists without running into them (...)
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Kawasaki offers its own, unique solution to the translation from mini bikes to full-sized motocross machines: the KX100! With its 99cc engine and larger wheels, it is the purest blend of both worlds and it is not afraid showing it out on the track. Performance, handling and balance is what Kawasaki aimed at when created the new mid-sized motocross ride so it should receive great recognition for it.

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Kawasaki has made quite an entry with the all-new KX250F two years ago, but with the stiff competition encountered on the motocross track, a radical new approach had to be made towards this bike. The recipe is the same as in the case of its bigger sibling, the KX450F: a lightened engine that pulls stronger finds its place on the refined chassis. The look is also refreshed so Kawasaki’s out with the best against its competitors.


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