2021 TT Nationals a Wrap

The Kawasaki sponsored annual event, on grassy farmland 20 minutes North of Hamilton featured great racing over the 2-day event.

With no man-made obstacles and no high-flying jumps, road-racers and offroad racers went head to head on a neutral playing field demonstrating their skills on the road-racing style layout on dirt. Take a look at some of the action held at the Fuller Farm.

Grass paddock racing layout.

Billee Fuller (KX85) was on form in the Senior Women’s division, taking out 2nd overall on her 85cc!

KawiGirls offroad ambassador Mikayla Rowe (KX250X) dominated the Senior Womens class with 5 wins from 5.

Seton Head (KX450) came from behind to win MX1 moto 1. Unfortunately he hit a marker and sustained a tendon injury in his hand.

Angus Evans (KX250) rounded out the podium in the MX2 class.

Loamy berms made for some spectacular action.

Mitch Rowe (KX500) and daughter Mikayla Rowe (KX250) in the classic class.



ENI, distributed by TransDiesel, is title sponsor of the NZ Kawasaki race team 2018/19 season.

TransDiesel, along with their Eni brand is delighted to announce a very exciting partnership and sponsorship with the Kawasaki NZ motocross race team.

“TransDiesel has a long history of supporting motorsport around the country from building engines and transmissions for Truck Racing to long-term support of Andre Heimgartner in the V8 supercars. Motorcycling has a lot of synergies with our business both in customers, and passion from our own staff, so last year we started sponsoring both the New Zealand Motocross and Supercross Championships.
The title sponsorship of the Kawasaki MX team is a big step forward from last year and something we are truly excited about and looking forward to the coming season.” commented Jason Steele, TransDiesel Aftersales Business Manager.

“Kawasaki NZ is proud to present the Eni Kawasaki Race Team for the 2018/2019 New Zealand motocross season.
We welcome Eni, distributed by TransDiesel, as title sponsor to the team”, remarked Graeme Leach, Kawasaki Motorcycle Distributors Sales & Marketing Manager.
“Partnering with Eni represents an exciting partnership which is sure to herald a successful season for the team. Eni is a globally recognisable and respected brand that has aligned itself with motorsports such as Moto GP and Formula 1 internationally, so it makes sense to build this association at a national level” Leach added.

Eni Kawasaki Race Team has recruited Ethan Martens to campaign the season on the 2019 KX250 in the MX2 class and Cohen Chase to campaign the 2019 KX450 in the MX1 class.

Headquartered in Christchurch, with 16 branches nationwide TransDiesel Ltd is the exclusive distributor for Eni oils and lubricants. Eni offer a comprehensive range of specialist lubricants including the i-ride motorcycle products, which are high-tech oils with top performance standards that enable engines of every type to produce their maximum performance and achieve the best results. The range includes engine, gear and fork oils, coolants, brake fluids and other lubricants.

Let the Good Times Roll


The ENI Kawasaki Race Team debuted at the 2018 Sand Prix event held on the 18-19 of August at the Kawasaki Sand Track.

Ethan Martens managed a 1-3-3 scorecard for third overall in the MX2 class aboard his 2019 KX250.

Cohen Chase came away with a 2nd in the first race but unfortunately had DNF’d the 2nd and 3rd race in the MX1 class aboard his KX450.

Let the Good Times Roll.


Kawasaki NZ is proud to sign Ethan Martens to the Kawasaki Race Team.

We catch up with Ethan Martens and ask a few questions about the upcoming New Zealand motocross season aboard the 2019 KX250 for the Kawasaki Race Team NZ.

Let the Good Times Roll.


KawiGirls Kings & Queens

KawiGirls Kings & Queens Motocross 2021

The inaugural event was so good that we’re gearing up for year 2! How good?! 😁 Announcing the 2021 KawiGirls NZ Kings and Queens Motocross at Rotorua MX Club on 11 December.
It couldn’t have happened without your support last year. The first event of it’s kind in NZ. A celebration of ladies and youth riding dirtbikes. Lots of entries, good times and a fun day out for the girls and boys.
16 classes for KawiGirls NZ Kings & Queens!
A celebration of Youth and Women riding dirtbikes 😄🤟
Here’s the breakdown:
– 5x ladies-only classes on the main track!
– 1x Novice and Vets “non-race” class
– 5x Open classes on the main track
– 6x open classes on the mini track
A heavily requested novice class has been added to this years lineup! We’d prefer to call it the ‘Give it a go’ class 😁🤟
If you’ve ever wanted to ride a motocross track, without any pressure and join in on the social side be sure to get your entry in and tag your buddies who should sign up 😄👇
Here’s the deets ✌️
– Subsidised entry fee
– Waived MNZ licence fee
– Non-race format (no gate-drop start or lap scoring)
– Practice session plus 2x riding sessions between other races
– You’re supporting a good cause!
– Spot prizes 😄
– 17 years and above
– Free camping available

Shaw’s Skyline MX


Shaw’s Skyline MX 2021
Powered by Bridgestone and Kawasaki
27 November | Cambridge, Waikato, NZ
PRIZE MONEY: MX1 1st $700 2nd $350 3rd $200
MX2 1st $700 2nd $350 3rd $200
Women 1st $700 2nd $350 3rd $200
Junior 250* – 1st $350 2nd $175 3rd $100
12-16 125cc* – 1st $350 2nd $175 3rd $100
*Mixed race pointed separately.
(other classes to be confirmed, if any)

Kawasaki NZ Motocross TT Nationals 2020

In accordance with MNZ’s COVID-19 statement, the Kawasaki New Zealand Motocross TT Nationals 2020 has been postponed.

Please keep an eye on the Patetonga MX Facebook page for updates regarding a new date possibly later in the year or for entry refunds.

The team at Kawasaki New Zealand

The 2020 Kawasaki NZ Motocross TT Nationals returns to Taupiri, Waikato in held by the Patetonga Motorcycle Club.

Camping available for $20 per vehicle and a bonfire on Saturday night. $5 Spectator entry at the gate.

Contact Maurice Hayman for details – 027 473

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