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This machine exceeds the combination of long-travel suspension & sporty 17” wheels, a slim, upright riding position and a low-mid range parallel-twin engine, resulting in a highly versatile package able to offer riders maximum riding pleasure in a variety of street-riding situations and twisty mountain roads.
Already offering nimble handing, with their new tyres, the Special Edition Limited models deliver increased high-speed cornering performance, and offer even racier looks. World Superbike Colouring, Revised Instrumentation and ABS. Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin, 175 kg, 17L tank
The Ninja ZX-10R has demonstrated its circuit potential through its outstanding results in the Superbike World Championship (WSB) – (2nd in 2012, 1st in 2013, 2nd in 2014,1st in 2015) - The closest thing to a World Superbike Champion Racing Machine. 206kg, 17L Tank, Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke In-Line Four, from R244,995
The V-Strom 650XT’s four-stroke, DOHC, 645cc 90-degree V-twin engine is ready for full range riding and offers the distinctive feel of a V-twin, ample torque for easy handling at low and mid-range revs, and powerful performance at the high end of the rev range. Liquid-cooled, DOHC, 20L tank. Grey / Red / Black
The new Kawasaki Ninja H2 is the encases Kawasaki’s passion for performance, technical excellence and desire to achieve road riding perfection. Equipped with a Supercharger designed and constructed entirely in-house, the Ninja H2 will delight with craftsmanship details and a new standard of road bike. 238 kg, 17L tank
ON SPECIAL! Since its launch more than decade ago, the GSX-R1000 has been synonymous with the invitation to Own the Racetrack. The latest advances in engine technology are remarkable to boost performance potential. Chassis enhancements deliver even better control.
South African Brad Binder is World Champion - Moto3 - 2016Read More
Kawasaki's ZX10R has been popular amongst our riders for many years, always loads of motorcycle with pricing that is competitive on the market.Read More
The first 25-lap FIM Superbike World Championship race of the Laguna Seca weekend was finally contested between eventual winner Jonathan Rea and his KRT team-mate Tom Sykes. Each had led the race on two occasions, with Rea upping his pace enough at the end to finish 0.819 seconds ahead Sykes. This was Rea’s first race win at the 3.610km long American venue.Read More