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A Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 is THE machine for a rider to get on and remain hooked forever. It works her magic by providing a comfortable riding position, awesome torque, and easy steering. Just check it out!

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With the Vulcan 900, Kawasaki establishes a unique balance between imposing styling and middleweight finesse. This guarantees the bike’s success as cruiser riders have long craved for such a machine.

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When a future rider wants to be "user-friendly" with its wallet, but still wishes to ride on an able cruising machine that will totally provide the satisfaction needed in those early days of riding, it heads towards Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD.

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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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Designing the Ninja 500R, Kawasaki established a perfect balance between function, form and budget that isn’t seen quite often in this domain. It is awesome for a rider to know that it buys a bike which initiates him and than becomes a nice, ready to rip ride.

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Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green racers captured a total of 20 championships during the 36th Annual Winter National Olympics in Gainesville, Fla., earning Kawasaki more titles than any other manufacturer at Gatorback Cycle Park. Team Green’s domination started early in the week with the supercross portion of the competition. Xtreme Team Green rider PJ Larsen, of Stanley, N.C., won each moto in the 125 A Expert Modified and 250-500 A Expert Modified classes to earn two championships. (...)
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The 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R is situated at the line between rider-friendly behavior and top Ninja styling. The recipe seemed to be very simple: keep the twin-cylinder engine and sporty chassis and dress everything nicely in a fairing inspired on bigger Ninjas.

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There has never been a better time to race a Kawasaki ATV. That’s because Kawasaki has added two more series, the ITP Quadcross and New England MX Series, to its ATV contingency program and increased the ante to over $800,000 in possible earnings for 2008! The two series join the ATVA National MX Series, ATVA Regionals, GNCC, White Brothers 4-Stroke National, WORCS and the WPSA series for a total of 75 opportunities to win. The program runs January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2008 and a (...)
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Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) has increased the basic limited warranty on Kawasaki ATVs from 6-months to 12-months. The new 12-month basic warranty will apply to all 2008 units, plus all 2007 and prior year new Kawasaki ATVs retailed after November 1, 2007. This change reinforces Kawasaki’s position as a manufacturer of class-leading ATVs and reflects a high level of confidence in its products. It also helps dealers distinguish Kawasaki brand ATVs from the competition. Registered (...)
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Kawasaki updated the ante in the naked bike arena with the entrance of the Z1000. Beyond its muscular torque delivery and radical styling, the Z1000 dishes out a visceral riding experience. This purpose-built Kawasaki is equally at home in the garages of both practical motorcyclists - simply seeking a smile-producing weekend ride and owners desiring a bike that doesn’t fit the norm.


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