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Kawasaki H2 SX supercharges touring

As expected, Kawasaki has unveiled a “touring” version of its supercharged H2 super bike called the H2 SX, but also added some surprises. The Japanese company recently stole the Tokyo Motor Show with its Z900RS, but kept the Z900RS Cafe back for the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan. Unlike the …

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Kawasaki Ninja 400 replaces 300

The Kawasaki Ninja 400 could be just what the Japanese manufacturer needs to get its most popular learner-approved motorcycle back on the top-seller’s list. The Ninja 300 ruled in Australia for a few years from its introduction in 2013. However, it has been surpassed in recent years by other small-capacity …

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Invite to Kawasaki Z900RS unveiling

Kawasaki Motors Australia will host an exclusive Z900RS unveiling for Kawasaki Team Green Australia (KTGA) members in November. The Sydney event comes just days after the world debut at the Tokyo Motor Show on October 25. To register your interest, send an email to Marketing Coordinator Milo Dokmanovic. Aussie unveiling The …

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Kawasaki adds supercharged sports tourer

Kawasaki has hinted at a sports tourer version of its supercharged H2 with this 30-second video called “Supercharge Your Journey”. It doesn’t show a motorcycle, but it is expected that the balanced supercharger technology from the H2 and H2R will be included in a more touring-oriented motorcycle. The supercharger could …

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Kawasaki Z1 revived as retro Z900RS

The famed Kawasaki Z1, featured in the cult 1974 Aussie bikie movie, Stone, is making a comeback of sorts as the Z900RS. The Japanese company has released an official video with glimpses of the new bike based on the Z900, but with some modern touches including an LED headlight and …

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Baby adventurer recall on light bulb

Kawasaki Australia has recalled their baby adventurer, the Versys-X 300 over a possibility the rear tail/brake light bulb could fall out. Apparently the globe socket assembly can become loose, especially if the adventure bike is used on rough roads. You can check whether your bike is affected by scanning the …

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Kawasaki offers free Vulcan S luggage

Kawasaki Motor Australia is throwing in free luggage worth $1730 when you buy one of their learner-approved Vulcan S cruisers to turn it into a dedicate tourer. The light touring kit is available for a limited time and features the mounting hardware, a rear luggage rack and saddlebags. Fitting is …

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