Kawasaki NZ becomes track sponsor of Kawasaki Sand Track in Mercer

Kawasaki comes of board to sponsor the Pukekohe Motorcycle Club and their motocross track in Mercer, New Zealand. We are proud to announce the Sand Track will now be named the Kawasaki Sand Track. The renowned sand track is on Kimikimi Rd in Mercer, just South of Auckland. Visit www.pmcc.co.nz for more details on their facility.

COHEN CHASE SIGNS WITH KAWASAKI RACE TEAM

We catch up with Cohen Chase to ask a few questions about contesting the upcoming New Zealand motocross season aboard the new 2019 KX450.

Let the Good Times Roll.

Kawasaki Track Day - 27 April 2018

The Kawasaki Track Day in association with The California Superbike School took place on the 27 April 2018 at Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park in Taupo. Thanks to nearly a hundred riders who took to the track to test their skills and motorcycles. Let the Good Times Roll #KawasakiNZ

Posted by Kawasaki NZ on Sunday, 29 April 2018

KAWASAKI TRACK DAY

The Kawasaki Track Day in association with The California Superbike School took place on the 27 April 2018 at Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park in Taupo. Thanks to nearly a hundred riders who took to the track to test their skills and motorcycles.

Let the Good Times Roll.

KAWASAKI MINIATURE TT CHAMPIONSHIP

The 2018 Kawasaki NZ Miniature TT Championship wrapped up over the weekend in Taupiri, north of Hamilton. Well done to all Team Green riders for a fantastic display of racing. Check out the results at www.bikesportnz.com

GREEN SWEEP

Kawasaki sweeps the top 4 positions at Donington Park over the weekend in the World SSP300 class. Ana Carrasco took a clear lead and then a win by over 4.602 seconds from her own team-mate, Dorren Loureiro, from South Africa. Borja Sanchez was the third Kawasaki Ninja 400 rider with Enzo De La Vega fourth.

THREE FOR ET3

Three for ET3!

Eli Tomac claims 3 from 3 consecutive overall wins on his Kawasaki KX450F at Thunder Valley in the AMA Pro Motocross Championship.

SHANE RICHARDSON VICTORIOUS AT ROAD AMERICA

Flying Kiwi Shane Richardson was victorious in the Stock 1000 class at Road America over the weekend. “It’s been a really good weekend,” said Richardson. “This is my first win in MotoAmerica since coming here last year, so we’re pretty stoked with that. It’s been a long year and a bit for us, but we’re happy to finally stand on the top step.”
Ninja 400 rider Ashton Yates also took victory in the Junior Cup Class.

Photos Courtesy of Brian J Nelson.