2012 Kawasaki Ninja on 2040-motos
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Have a look at this 2012 650 Ninja! This bike has spent countless hours in a local custom shop and has received a full transformation! The custom Joker themed paint job is so highly detailed that it will receive facial recognition on any of you favorite apps. The paint comes via a local tattoo artist and the airbrush work is second to none. there is NO panel on this bike that wasn't touched with the grace of a TALENTED artist! Pictures do this bike no justice in any way shape or form, The fit and finish on this bike is amazing and will win shows anywhere it goes. The bike starts, runs and drives extremely well! This bike has been untouched besides the paint and is just as Kawasaki intended it to be with NO modifications! I have a title in my hand and the only thing it is missing it's NEW OWNER! If you are looking for a ONE OF A KIND bike you have found it! I have a friend that is a registered broker as well so I am willing to arrange for transport (at your expense of course)! This is your chance to own a one of a kind joker themed bike and have it shipped to your front door for a fraction of the price that was spent on paint!
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Moto blogMon, 27 Oct 2008
Kyle Dansie purchased his 1986 Kawasaki Ninja ZX 900 on eBay for $500. At the time, it had roughly 18,000 miles on it with only the tires, frame and suspension in working order. Kyle then managed to convert this motorcycle not only to run without gasoline, but to harness solar power to charge it.Mon, 02 Jun 2014
Michael Dunlop won a historic Dainese Superbike race to kick off the 2014 Isle of Man TT week. Riding the S1000RR, Dunlop secured BMW its first win on the Isle of Man since Georg Meier won on a Type 255 Kompressor in 1939. After catching early leader James Hillier of the Quattro Plant Kawasaki team on the opening lap, Dunlop continued to set an impressive first lap time of 17:11.107, which translates to a record average speed of 131.730 mph on the 37.73-mile Mountain Course.Mon, 14 Oct 2013
IF you have a ZX-10R and want it to look more like Tom Sykes' WSBK bike, then this sticker kit is a good start and saves you the £100,000 you'd have to spend to build the real thing. Here's what Kawasaki have to say about it: As the premier road motorcycle based racing series, the World Superbike Championship is followed by racing enthusiasts across the globe – none more so than in Europe where the Kawasaki Racing Team, is based. UK born rider, Tom Sykes and Frenchman Loris Baz have entertained all year and both have a strong fan base eager to see how Kawasaki’s factory team and riders perform.
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