The annual NZ Motorcycle Show was held at ASB Showgrounds in Auckland over the weekend of 24-25 November with a large crowd in attendance to check out the extensive Kawasaki range.

On display was a selection of Kawasaki motorcycles ranging from New Zealand’s best selling LAMS bike, the Ninja 400 to the range topping flagship hypersport H2R.

Having the stand split into 4 sections kept fans busy. The sections consisted of Versys adventure tourers, Ninja sport bikes, Vulcan cruisers in the “Ergo-Fit Center” and the Z naked bikes including the popular Z-RS offshoot of naked retros. The Ergo-Fit Center proved to be extremely popular with 4 Vulcans on display fitted with the range of accessories that not only add capability and comfort to the cruisers but tailor the fit of the bikes to their users.

Next to the Kawasaki stand was Graeme Crosby and a selection of his finest restomods. On display, among others, was the original 1972 Z1 in 2 colours, KZ1000, KZ1000 Croz Special, Z900RS and a very special Croz Neo Classic RS which is a modern day rendition of the original Z1 as re-imagined by Crosby himself. Keep an eye out for this exclusive motorcycle that will be available to the public in limited numbers.

Also on display on the Whites Powersports stand was the ENI Kawasaki Race Bike of Cohen Chase in one-off Auckland Supercross livery, featuring a black frame with white seat and decals, and the #1 Carl Cox Cup Ninja 400 of Jacob Stroud’s on display at the Hampton Downs stand.

Let the Good Times Roll