November 16th, 2012  |  Published in Kawasaki

With plans to unveil four brand new motorcycles at Motorcycle Live, Kawasaki has announced its intentions to add a further five special edition motorcycles to its exciting new line-up at the UK’s biggest motorcycle show.

The nine-day event, which opens to the public on 24 November at Birmingham NEC, will showcase a diverse mix of Supersport, Sport, Streetfighter and Classic Kawasaki machines.

The line-up will include the ZZR1400 Special Edition, which will feature a brilliantly contrasting radical black and green paint scheme. Another ZZR1400 variant will be shown; a Performance Edition, which boasts twin Akrapovic exhaust silencers and a raised windscreen, ideal for riders who need optimum protection to enjoy a truly exhilarating riding adventure.

The much-anticipated Ninja ZX-6R 636 will join the Supersport class and will be “partnered in Kawasaki dealer showrooms next year by a Performance Edition fitted with race style green wheel rim tapes, a smoked “bubble” windscreen, LeoVince slip on silencer, a gel tank protector pad and colour coded pillion seat cover,” reports Kawasaki.

The Z1000 Special Edition will also join the incredible Kawasaki display, featuring accented wheels and a unique white, black and orange pain scheme. The Z1000 also boasts a protective gel tank pad and nameplate on the handlebar bridge.

Prospective buyers and Kawasaki fans who love motorcycling with a classic twist will love the W800 Special Edition; a 2013 air-cooled, twin-cyclinder machine, “complete with a two-tone red and black paint scheme and many items such as wheels and engine parts treated to a mean and moody satin black finish.”

Mark Spiller, Marketing & Brand Development Manager for Kawasaki Motors UK said, “It’s going to be an amazing display of new machinery on the Kawasaki stand again this year.

“As ever we will display as much of the new 2013 range as possible, and now show goers have the incentive of yet more new Kawasaki models to view and experience for the first time at Motorcycle Live”.

posted by Metropolis Motorcycles on November 16, 2012 | Back to top


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