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Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki Racers Excited To Get Pro Motocross Season Started

CORONA, Calif. (May 17, 2017) – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki is geared up and ready to make the most of its healthy lineup of riders as the Pro Motocross season kicks off this weekend at Hangtown MX outside of Sacramento, California. Adam Cianciarulo, Austin Forkner, Justin Hill and Joey Savatgy will each be gunning for the 250 Class championship over the course of 12 rounds that span the entire country. 

KAWASAKI NAMES NEW MARKETING MANAGERS

Kawasaki promotes Bob O’Brien and Ken Essex
Foothill Ranch, Calif. – Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) announced the promotion of Bob O’Brien to Senior Marketing Manager and Ken Essex to the role of Public Relations Manager. 

Kawasaki Mourns the Loss of Legendary Off Road Promoter Casey Folks

Foothill Ranch, CA (January 16, 2017) – Kawasaki mourns the loss of the Best in the Desert Racing Series founder Casey Folks, who passed away January 12.

KAWASAKI LAUNCHES GOVERNMENT AND FLEET SALES SECTION ON WWW.KAWASAKI.COM

Kawasaki is known for its Kawasaki Strong lineup of side by side utility vehicles and Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A.,(KMC) recently made it easier for government and fleet purchasers to see our full lineup and work with the KMC’s dealer network of independent retailers to acquire them. 

KAWASAKI DONATES 2017 MULE PRO-FXT™ LE SIDE X SIDE TO BOYS TOWN CALIFORNIA BENEFIT AUCTION

Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A., just announced the donation of a 2017 MULE PRO-FXT™ LE to benefit Boys Town California to be auctioned off at the annual Night of Hope event, November 5th, 2017. With an MSRP of $16,099 this powerful Kawasaki product is sure to garner tremendous attention. The auction will be hosted at The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, California.

Green Monsters

Motocross truly was a melting pot of technology at the time.
IRVINE, Calif. (June 24, 2016) –Motocross was a firestorm in the early 1970s, with numerous Japanese, European and even American motorcycle companies all scrambling to develop the right technological combination to win professional races, in the hands of weekend warriors, and on the showroom floor. The challenges were many, including quickly evolving engine, chassis and suspension designs that would all work well together. Piston-port and rotary-valve two strokes, and pushrod and overhead-cam four strokes, from 100cc to over 500cc all battled for the winning edge, with more than a dozen manufacturers competing for customers’ attention in a fast-growing sport. Motocross truly was a melting pot of technology at the time. 

Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. Celebrates 50th Anniversary - Let the good times roll.®

IRVINE, Calif. (June 10, 2016) – Kawasaki was on a rocket ride at the end of 1972, with blistering¼-mile records for the Mach III 500 H1 and Mach IV 750 H2, national race wins, and an AMA 500Motocross title to its credit. All of these successes targeted performance enthusiasts, as did thenational advertising campaign “Come Out Ahead on a Kawasaki.” The payoff? Kawasaki movedinto the number-two sales position in the US.

2016 Teryx & Teryx4 – Chasing Daylight

2016 Teryx & Teryx4 – Chasing Daylight

Introducing the new Kawasaki Strong Teryx and Teryx4. Redesigned to command the trail with fierce power and versatility, the Teryx series is built for trailblazing action. Chase the daylight with premium performance components and legendary V-Twin power.

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Kawasaki Celebrates 50th Anniversary - The Legend of the Mach III

 The Legend of the Mach III   With an audacious three-cylinder engine and the dragstrip wizardry of Tony Nicosia, the 1969 Kawasaki H1 immediately became a performance icon. 

Simply Smashing Samurai

On a blustery day back in 1966, the 250cc A1 Samurai demolished the Open Production field to win Kawasaki’s first road race.
 Nearly 50 years ago, the 250cc A1 Samurai motorcycle won Kawasaki’s first-ever U.S. road race at California’s Willow Springs Raceway in dramatic fashion. And that’s because racer Jim Deehan and the Samurai didn’t just beat a field of 250cc lightweights, it beat the entire field of 250cc through Open Production bikes – literally the best and fastest streetbikes available at the time. From Honda to Suzuki to Triumph, on November 6, 1966, the Samurai vanquished them all in its very first competition outing. Here’s how it happened. 

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