Kawasaki Motorcycles - Power, Passion, Performance
Kawasaki produced its first motorcycle almost fifty years ago.
Times have changed a lot since then, but Kawasaki’s commitment to building the most technologically advanced motorcycles on the planet has not.
Off road adventuring, open road cruising or knee to the tarmac sports riding, Kawasaki motorcycles lead the way in power, performance and passion.
From the moment you twist the throttle open, you know it’s a Kawasaki. And not just because of the instant response. Not because of the amazing power delivery. Not even because of the way it takes each curve with grace and authority. No. You’ll know it’s a Kawasaki because of the passion it exudes from every nut and every bolt. You’ll know it’s a Kawasaki because of the absolute purpose and commitment that has gone into providing the most exhilarating two wheeled experience known to man.
Take a seat, and let the good times roll.
NEW Kawasaki Motorcycles 2007
- 1400GTR - The all new Tourer with Supersport performance is coming in 2007.
- KLX450R - The new enduro model based on race winning KX450F.
- KLR650 - New look, New features, and a powerful new engine upgrade make this an exciting prospect for 2007
- Z1000 - Radical new styling and revised ergonomics. Engine is re-tuned to deliver maximum exhilaration in real-world situations.
- Z750 - New look, New features, and a powerful new engine upgrade make this an exciting prospect.
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BRIEF HISTORY KAWASAKI MOTORCYCLES
In 1949 Kawasaki entered the motorcycle industry by producing small capacity engines and in 1954 produced their first entire motorcycle under the name of Meihatsu (a subsidiary of Kawasaki Aircraft Co.). Yet it was not until 1960, upon purchasing Meguro Motorcycles – the oldest motorcycle company in Japan at that time – that the first motorcycle rolled off the production line under the Kawasaki moniker.
In 1969 Kawasaki’s ‘high performance’ reputation started to kick into gear with the release of the 500cc H1 model (Mach III), which was a powerful machine for the day and as such it quickly developed a hard-edged reputation.
Kawasaki built on this reputation with the release of the 903cc Z1 in 1973. Affordably priced and offering outstanding performance, the Z1 was dubbed the ‘King’ and immediately developed a large following.
Bigger was not necessarily better however, as was proved with the introduction of the legendary GPZ900R. Fully faired and boasting phenomenal performance, the GPZ laid the groundwork for the development of the modern day super bike.
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Rydalmere NSW 2116