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Kawasaki Motors Corp, USA began in an old meat warehouse in Chicago in 1966. There wasn't much going for them to start with, but they promised they were going to deliver the best quality right from the start. Living up to that promise has helped make Kawasaki one of the biggest names in motorcycles, ATVs, and personal watercraft today. Kawasaki began by distributing two-stroke dirt bikes, but as it became clear the customers wanted more, they delivered the Samurai and the Avenger, establishing their reputation for high-performance bikes.
Dirt bikes are the perfect vehicle for fun and thrills on the trails. With so many brands to choose from, you may not know where to start. Two popular brands of dirt bikes include Honda and Kawasaki. At Escondido Cycle Center, we want to make things easier for you. That’s why we’ve created the following guide comparing Honda® dirt bikes and Kawasaki® dirt bikes. Read on to learn more and give us a call at our Escondido, California location when you’re ready to buy. We also proudly serve San Diego and Oceanside. (Source: www.teamecc.com)
India Kawasaki Motors Pvt. Ltd. (IKM) announces the launch of all new MY22 Z650RS. The Z650RS will be available in “Candy Emerald Green” and “Metallic Moondust Gray” colours and price will be starting at launching price of INR 6,65,000/-(Ex-Showroom). Kawasaki’s 650cc-class twins come in a wide range of shapes and styles – from full-cowling Ninja… (Source: kawasaki-india.com)
Launched over a year ago, the Kawasaki KLX110 is a compact dirt bike for kids. The KLX110 in principle is a stepping stone for a young rider’s first experience in the dirt, to get him acquainted with the basic concepts of riding. It also doubles as a fun minimoto for adults for a quick bash around the backyard. Kawasaki recently invited us to get a taste of its KLX range of beginner dirt bikes at a private track. With its tiny proportions and docile engine, the KLX110 helped me blow away the cobwebs and get accustomed to riding off-road before I moved on to the full-sized KLX140G. (Source: www.bikewale.com)