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We gather the field of entry-level sportbikes for a show-down to see which machine is best in the segment.
Known for its powerful line of Ninja sportbikes, Kawasaki pushes thrills to new levels with its precision-built and supercharged H2.
Kawasaki gives its more sport-oriented touring bike a once over for ’14. We go on a 500 mile ride to see if Team Green got it right.
In one day, MotoUSA rides four Kawasaki Ninja models on the track to find out what type of rider each machine is best for.
After a 10-year hiatus Kawasaki brings back its 636-powered Ninja ZX-6R. But will it be enough to jumpstart the middleweight sportbike market? Road Test Editor Adam Waheed calls it from California’s Thunderhill Raceway.
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Kawasaki emphasizes ‘sport’ in the sport-touring equation with its Ninja 1000 ABS ($13,268.75, as tested). Equipped with a powerful liter-class Inline Four engine with adjustable power modes and traction control, it’s obvious the Ninja boasts the most muscle in this showdown.
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