Kawasaki Ninja H2 with lean angle sensor

Get your lean on with Kawasaki H2

The updated supercharged Kawasaki H2 now tells the rider just how far they have been able to lean the bike with a bank angle indicator. It is one of several technical updates to the 2017 model now available in Australia for $36,700 plus on-road costs. That’s $2700 more than the previous year’s model but it …

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2017 Kawasaki H2 Carbon

Australia gets Kawasaki H2 Carbon bikes

  Only 120 limited-edition Kawasaki H2 Carbon models will be released worldwide this year and Australia may get almost 20 for customers. Kawasaki Motors Australia marketing co-ordinator Milo Dokmanovic says they already have orders for the limited-edition supercharged Carbon model. “Unfortunately I cannot divulge pricing until this model is officially released, which we anticipate will …

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2017 Suzuki Hayabusa in new colours

2017 Suzuki Hayabusa in new colours

New colours are the only change to the 2017 Suzuki Hayabusa, although it will have its second major update some time in the future. The 2017 models have arrived in Australian dealerships in Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Blue/Glass Sparkle Black colour schemes at the same recommended retail price as last year’s model at $20,790 …

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Kawasaki SC-02 ‘Soul Charger’ supercharged

Kawasaki sketches a supercharged future

Kawasaki didn’t reveal another supercharged concept at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, only a concept sketch of their SC-02 ‘Soul Charger’. It’s similar to the recent SC-01 ‘Spirit Charger’ sketch with the balanced supercharged engine displayed at the recent Tokyo Motor Show. While Kawasaki is working on a supercharged future after the success of …

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2016 Kawasaki Ninja H2R supercharged top gun

Kawasaki’s future is supercharged

Kawasaki will continue making the supercharged H2 and H2R motorcycles and promises to make more force-fed bikes in future. Speaking at the 44th annual Tokyo Motor Show, Kawasaki president Kenji Tomida unveiled a new balanced supercharged engine and outlined their “Rideology strategy” for future product. He says the H2 and H2R will remain in limited …

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Suzuki Recursion - Katana turbo

Suzuki to revive turbos and Katana?

Rumours of a Suzuki turbo bike, possibly called a Katana, have revved up after the Japanese company recently filed more patents for a turbo engine. Suzuki unveiled its turbo-charged 588cc parallel twin “Recursion” concept sportsbike at the Tokyo show in October. The company then registered the Katana name and trademark Samurai sword. And now they …

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Kawasaki Ninja H2R

Kawasaki Ninja H2R lands in Australia

Fresh from its world launch at the Intermot motorcycle show in Cologne, Kawasaki Motors Australia has opened the doors of its Australian HQ for fans to see the new supercharged Ninja H2R. However, it will not be on show this weekend at the Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island nor at the Moto expo in Melbourne in …

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