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Kawasaki unveils new River Mark corporate identity symbol

A company with over 120 years of heritage, Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI), encompasses manufacturing enterprises focusing on sea, land, air and even into deep space. Following the announcement of the creation of a new company within the Kawasaki group created to solely focus on the manufacture of motorcycles and stand-alone engines, Kawasaki Motors Ltd is now rolling out a new corporate identity which reflects both the heritage aspect of this global enterprise and to symbolise optimism of the future.

Adventure calls for the 2022 Versys 1000 range

Kawasaki's any roads Versys 1000 has successfully established a place for itself in the hearts of numerous riders in the past few years, and that success story looks set to continue in 2022 as Adventure Calls once more.

Retrovolution begins with 2022 Kawasaki Z650RS

Kawasaki will start a Retrovolution in 2022 with the introduction of the new Z650RS. Augmenting its already hugely popular retro sport line, the Z650RS will open the mid-capacity class to a wide range of riders.

Ninja 1000SX Sport Touring story extends into 2022

With few, if any, rivals, the Kawasaki sport touring Ninja 1000SX has been one of the stand-out machines of recent years. Carving itself an enviable niche as a machine that has supersport handling and DNA combined with the comfort and flexibility to tour solo or with passenger, the Ninja 1000SX has won the highest praise winning countless magazine and web site road tests.

Z900RS SE "Yellow Ball" available for 2022 season

Re-energising one of Kawasaki's most lusted after paint schemes from the 1970's, the new Z900RS SE model for the 2022 season will be available in the classic "Yellow Ball" livery of the original 1972 Super Four, model Z1.

The World’s Fastest Road Race…

The legendary Ulster Grand Prix might have been postponed again for 2021, but the iconic Dundrod circuit just outside of Belfast in Northern Ireland has been the scene of success for many Kawasaki riders over the years.

Kawasaki returns to Motorcycle Live!

Kawasaki Motors UK is pleased to announce that it is returning to Motorcycle Live on December 4th – 12th 2021. After the cancellation of the physical show in 2020, this year will mark the return of fans to the NEC Centre and Kawasaki will be showcasing the full range of 2022 models alongside a host of features and activities.

Z900RS SE "Yellow Ball" available for 2022 season

Re-energising one of Kawasaki's most lusted after paint schemes from the 1970’s, the new Z900RS SE model for the 2022 season will be available in the classic "Yellow Ball" livery of the original 1972 Super Four, model Z1.

Greener E10 fuel and what it means for you

With news of a new fuel composition being introduced in the UK later this year, and the constant need to be more economically friendly, we’ve enlisted the help of our partners at the RAC to explain how these changes will affect you and your Kawasaki.

Lowes Re-Signs With Kawasaki Racing Team

Alex Lowes will remain an integral part of the Kawasaki Racing Team for the coming seasons, having agreed a new multi-year deal that will take him into his third year as an official Kawasaki WorldSBK rider.

12h of Estoril : Podium for the #11 finishing second

For the second round of the EWC World Endurance Championship, the Webike SRC Kawasaki France Trickstar Team managed to run an exceptional 12 hour race on the famous Estoril circuit in Portugal. Once again, the experience of the riders and the mechanical reliability of the Kawasaki Ninja allowed them to consolidate their second place.

Passed Master – Jonathan Rea gains his motorcycle licence

Six-time consecutive World Superbike Champion, Jonathan Rea, has achieved another of his personal goals by passing his UK motorcycle test.