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Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Forkner Wins And Moves Into Second Overall

Tampa, Fla. (February 25, 2018) – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Austin Forkner rode to an impressive first-career victory in supercross’ return to Raymond James Stadium, moving into second overall and just five points behind the leader. Teammate Martin Davalos bounced back from a tough season opener to finish fifth.

Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki Look For A Big Weekend Before Western Regional Break

Corona, Calif. (February 7, 2018) – Riders Joey Savatgy and Adam Cianciarulo have both proven they can achieve podium finishes and Savatgy a victory, but the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki team is eyeing a double podium this weekend during Round 6 at Petco Park in San Diego. It will be the duo’s last chance before heading on an eight week break as the Eastern Regional 250SX class premiers on February 17. With the championship five rounds in, Savatgy sits eight points out of the lead in second, while Cianciarulo is fourth.

The Teryx Girls are Back for the 2017 King of the Hammers

Sara Price and Erica Sacks are looking to tackle the Ultimate Desert Race
Lake Elsinore, CA – The Teryx Girls (Sara Price “Driver” & Erica Sacks “Co-Driver”) have been thinking of Hammertown for the last 12 months looking to better their result from last year at the 2017 King of the Hammers The toughest one day off-road race on the planet as the only all female team. The duo wowed the thousands of spectators in Johnson Valley, California last year as they sped through open desert and found unique lines through some of the technical rock crawling sections of the course. The King of the Hammers is a true test of (wo)man and machine.

The Glint of Chrome

FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif. (September 16, 2016) – As Kawasaki celebrates 50 years in the United States, it’s fascinating to look back at the 25th anniversary in 1991 for perspective. At that time, a slender 16-page softbound book entitled The Glint of Chrome in Young Men’s Eyes detailed numerous people, product, and racing high points from 1966 through the silver anniversary. Although the book contains just eight photos and one illustration, thousands of words take readers on a deep dive into the colorful events that defined Kawasaki’s early years in America.

Ride Test - Teryx Winter Adventure

A Snow Trek on the 2016 Kawasaki Teryx
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It wasn’t supposed to be a trek through the snow. When Kawasaki called asking if we would like to try the 2016 Teryx Side x Side on the trails of HatField-McCoy, we were quick to grab our helmet and gear with thoughts of the West Virginia Mountains in mind. It’s always great to get a chance to ride the Hatfield McCoy Trails, but I was a little worried when we started seeing the news about Winter Storm Jonas.

We Know Why You Ride

FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif. (July, 15 2016) – In 1977, uttering the terms “internet,” “big data” and “social media” in a business meeting would probably earn you plenty of blank stares. That’s because print media and television were the undisputed kings of reaching customers. Harnessing these powerful communications tools, Kawasaki had already launched two advertising campaigns, “Come out ahead on a Kawasaki” in 1972 and “Let the good times roll.®” in 1973. Now it was time for the next step. In order to reach the most avid enthusiasts, advertising agency J. Walter Thompson created the “We know why you ride” campaign for 1977.           

For the family looking to spend time together outdoors or the group of friends looking for an adventure the Kawasaki Teryx and Teryx4 side x sides provide the ultimate vehicle for fun on the trail. Assembled in Lincoln, Nebraska out of domestic and imported parts, the Teryx and Teryx4 side x sides are versatile enough to provide thrills for the whole family on the trails with standard Electric Power Steering (EPS), a 783cc V-twin engine combined with FOX Podium 2.0 suspension and rugged enough to help out with chores with plenty of torque and 1,300 pounds of towing capacity with a optional draw bar.


Kawasaki introduces the new MULE SX family of side x sides, featuring a variety of compact, lightweight models that are capable, durable and reliable, and packed with value.
 Your business is growing, but your land isn’t a multi-acre farm—not yet. You need a vehicle that’s going to grow with your needs. A vehicle that will be there when you need it the most, whether it’s your first Mule™ side x side or a part of a fleet. It’s designed to go almost anywhere with its compact size, but pull well above its weight. The S stands for small; the X stands for strong, introducing the Small but Strong MULE SX.Unlike other models, the MULE SX side x side is designed for modesty. Built for those who need a hard working, go-anywhere machine, but without the size, speed and expense of its bigger MULE™ PRO series. Maybe your farm or business requires more, needing multiple Mules for your fleet, the MULE SX is also a great affordable option and easier to transport when you have multiple units to carry between job sites.