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2015 ZX-6R & ZX-10R 30th Anniversary Edition

Tuesday, May 6, 2014
In celebration of the 30th year since the beginning of Kawasaki’s modern sportbike odyssey, the company will release two special edition ZX Ninja motorcycles in 2015. The 30th Anniversary ZX-6R and ZX-10R carry the same performance characteristics as the standard models, but feature a special Pearl Stardust White, Lime Green color scheme with 30th Anniversary badging on the fairings. Both ABS and non-ABS versions are available and special edition models will retail for $300 more than the standard 2015 versions. Pricing for the ZX-6R ABS 30th Anniversary Edition is listed at $12,999 while the ZX-10R ABS 30th Anniversary motorcycle will sell for $14,599.


2015 Kawasaki ZX-6R 30th Anniversary Edition
Kawasaki’s Ninja models debuted in America when the Ninja 900 first hit the scene in 1984. The Ninja name would spread to other sportbike designs in the Japanese manufacturer’s lineup, from the entry-level Ninja 250 up to the massive ZX-14. In the 600 Supersport ranks Kawasaki introduced the ZX-6R in 1995 and has kept the model in production ever since, at various displacements from 599cc to its current 636cc form. Kawasaki also introduced the ZX-10R in 2004 to compete in the Superbike ranks. 


2015 Kawasaki ZX-10R 30th Anniversary Edition
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Vulfie   June 23, 2014 01:12 PM
Actually, Kawasaki's first Ninja motorcycle was the legendary 1984 908cc Ninja, also known as the GPZ-900 in Europe. The 1984 900 Ninja is almost universally acknowledged as the first true "Superbike". How the author could not have known this, escapes me. The smaller 600 Ninja (598cc), however, did indeed first appear in 1985. I actually own both bikes and love everything about them, except for their habit of quickly overheating in slow traffic.
Ferizzle   May 15, 2014 01:22 PM
This color scheme looks sick and probably better in person. I don't understand why are still using the "three-spoke" wheels on the 10R though.
Poncho167   May 14, 2014 10:35 AM
The green is good for a KX dirt bike, but I wouldn't want it for the street.
jet057   May 13, 2014 02:15 PM
As a kid i have all way's like the brand and style and that was in the mid 70's.Today's bike i still like but again every year it's the same old bike w/ the same old green,it's boring,just like the rest of the japan maker's stuff.