MYSTERY CREEK FIELDAYS WRAP-UP
The 2019 Mystery Creek Fieldays wrapped up on the 15th June after seeing an excess of 120,000 people through the gates for the Southern Hemispheres largest agricultural event.
Take a moment to see the Kawasaki display and catch up on the action over the 4 days.
FIELDAYS WRAP-UP VIDEO
Take a few minutes to experience the Kawasaki range and the Kawasaki stand at Mystery Creek Fieldays.
AUSTIN FORKNER’S HELMET AND GEAR ON DISPLAY
Austin Forkner of Pro Circuit Monster Energy Kawasaki Race Team USA had his helmet and gear on display.
JONATHAN REA’S ALPINESTARS SUIT ON DISPLAY
Jonathan Rea’s race suit from his 2018 campaign on display next to a Ninja ZX-10R.
NEIL RITCHIE ON THE NEW MULE PRO-MX
Neil Ritchie from AFC Motorcycles in Palmerston North runs through the benefits of the ALL-NEW for 2019 Mule Pro-MX. The new mid-sized offering from Kawasaki.
RIDEOLOGY. THE APP.
The Rideology app for iOS and Android was on display. The app connects to the motorcycle via Bluetooth and allows 3 main functions. Tuning, Riding logs and Motorcycle information and services records.
THE ALL-NEW FOR 2019 MULE PRO-MX
Among the 6 Pro-MX Mules on display there was a deconstructed Pro-MX displaying the build quality and robust construction of components and a Police Mule destined for the Wellington region.
THE ORIGINAL KAWASAKI FARM BIKE – THE 1973 KV100
The KV100 was sold in New Zealand, Canada, Zimbabwe and Australia from 1976 to 1988 and was designed specifically for agricultural use.
The KV100 feature a Hi/Lo gearbox which enabled the motorcycle to travel at a walk (low) or at speed (high) and was powered by a single cylinder, two stroke, rotary disc valve engine with displacement of 99.7cc producing 11.5 hp @ 7500 rpm.
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