Northern Irishman, Ryan Mawhinney will make the switch to Kawasaki machinery for the 2020 season. The young gun will be campaigning in the Rookie class as he pilots the all-new Kawasaki KX250 in the MX Nationals and Michelin British Championships.
After a truly epic and finally dramatic contest the Kawasaki Racing Team Suzuka 8 Hours squad took the race victory on their Ninja ZX-10RR, securing Kawasaki’s first win at this highly prestigious event since 1993.
Summer is here and many riders’ thoughts are turning to motorcycle touring holidays. With so many destination options across Europe, it’s fitting that Kawasaki has a three bike line up in the litre class Sports Touring sector offering an incredible range of choice, rider features and performance characteristics; proving that there is a genuine alternative to the Adventure bike category.
Featuring a total of five KX and two KLX machines in its complete form, the Kawasaki off road offering for the 2020 season has been unveiled.
With a comprehensive list of new features and key updates, the 2020 model KX250 motocross machine has been unveiled. As the most powerful specification production 250cc four stroke off-roader ever available from Kawasaki, the expectations for podium topping results are understandably high.
Regarded by many as the industry standard in their respective markets, the Kawasaki MULE and ATV range for 2020 has just been unveiled. With no less than four MULE variants for the coming season and two ATV’s, there is a wide field of choice in the coming model year.