Kawasaki unveils all-new KX450

A prototype 2023 Kawasaki KX450 with and all-new frame and motor was unveiled at the opening round of the Japanese championship at Kumamoto this weekend. Although at first glance it doesn't look hugely different to the current bike, on closer inspection the cylinder head is totally different and much shorter, looking

Team Kawasaki talks MXGP damage

The first MXGP of the 2022 season has been postponed to the 26 and 27 February due to bad weather. Due to take place this weekend at the scenic location of Matterley Basin near Winchester in the UK, the event set up was severely affected by storm Eunice that swept

Shake up at factory Kawasaki MXGP team

Kawasaki Motors Europe and Kawasaki Heavy Industries have announced that 2021 will be their final season in the World Motocross Championship working with MX ESCA running under the banner of Kawasaki Racing Team Europe. The relationship, which has run for thirteen seasons, will formally conclude at the end of the current

Interview: Kawasaki MXGP tech boss Bereni

KRT technical manager Vincent Bereni joined the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team in 2014 and is ready to enter the new MXGP season with a strong and experienced team. Not so many technicians in the paddock have such a vast experience of racing on both sides of the Atlantic; for Vincent,

Kawasaki reveals eight-strong 2022 range

Kawasaki will offer eight 2022 off-road machines across a range of sizes and disciplines from first two-wheeler and junior MX machines all the way to MX2 and MXGP class machines plus two enduro/trail specified mounts. 2022 kx65 Entry point into the addictive world of off-road riding remains covered with the compact four

Kawasaki reveals MXGP set-up

https://youtu.be/ttTgld-xGAo With over a decade as the official factory entry for Kawasaki in MXGP, the Thierry Chizat Suzzoni run Monster Energy Kawasaki factory team has just unveiled its new bike livery and rider clothing package on a formal basis with official images and a team launch video, shot at the team’s

Kawasaki cash reward for KX success

With the upgraded 2021 range of KX machinery only recently announced, Kawasaki are excited to introduce an all-new rewards programme aimed at the amateur Motocross riders competing across the UK. The programme reinforces Kawasaki’s inherent focus on racing and provides an opportunity for like- minded racing enthusiasts who choose the Kawasaki

Kawasaki XC racers are coming to the UK!

The all-new 2021 Kawasaki KX250XC and KX450XC cross-country racers will now be available in the UK. Anticipated availability in the UK is November 2020 with the KX250XC at £7,599 and KX450XC £7,999. Big boy 450 Based on the highly advanced Kawasaki KX range, both of these cross-country motorcycles have received specific XC tuning that encompasses

New graphics for 2021 Kawasaki minis

New stickers, anyone? Kawasaki has revealed specs and pictures of its 2021 KX65 and 85 youth race bikes. The specs suggest no changes, apart from new graphics on both bikes. No prices or availability have been released yet. It's believed the new four-stroke adult KX range will be unveiled in July. The 85