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

Kawasaki teams face up to the virus

At no time since the introduction of the FIM Motocross Championships in 1952 has sport faced such a dramatic scenario with the cancellation or postponement of so many events due to the Covid-19 virus. In common with all of the teams involved in the FIM Motocross World Championships, Kawasaki teams have

Monster Kawasaki MXGP go Alpinestars

Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing MXGP Team of Clement Desalle and Romain Febvre are to wear Alpinestars MX gear head to toe - helmets, gear, and boots - for the 2020 season and beyond. French rider Romain Febvre has already been riding in the Alpinestars helmet, and Belgian rider Clément

Charlier returns to motocross

After three years contesting the world enduro series, Frenchman Christophe Charlier is returning to full-time motocross. He will race for the SN CBO Motorsports team, backed by Kawasaki France. He'll contest the French Elite series and select MXGP motocross races and the French supercross series alongside Greg Aranda and Fabien Izoird

Febvre joins factory Kawasaki

The Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team has signed ex world champ Romain Febvre on a multiple year deal for the Motocross World Championship. He will join Clement Desalle in the two-man team, meaning there is no room for Tommy Searle or Julien Lieber who rode for the squad in

Searle out of Chinese GP

The Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team will miss the final round of the FIM MXGP Motocross World Championship as Tommy Searle suffered a shoulder injury last weekend. After his crash during the warm up on Sunday morning Tommy Searle was forced to withdraw from the races in Turkey due to a

Meara signs 2020 Phoenix Kawasaki deal

Meara in action at Hawkstone Irishman Jason Meara has clinched a deal to ride for Phoenix Kawasaki in 2020. He recently had a stand-in ride for the team at the Hawkstone Park Maxxis British championship round and impressed the squad which has now signed him up full time. "Phoenix Tools Apico Kawasaki