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2003 Kawasaki Mean Streak, 1500mi service interval completed in April 2012. New front tire installed April 2012. New maintenance-free battery installed May 2012. Priced way below list value because seller is moving out of State and NEEDS THIS BIKE TO BE SOLD! Bike runs and drives like new, very well taken care of. List price includes some extras: windshield, disc lock, cover, 2 helmets, driver s backrest, and more. Some scratch dent damage to repairable areas (repairs optional- do not affect performance or operability of the bike). Please feel free to reply with questions, make an offer, or schedule a time to see the bike in person. Contact Seller via email XXXX@gmail.com or via phone 214-315-XXXX.
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Moto blogMon, 23 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The Netherlands hosted a dramatic weekend of World Superbike racing that featured a red-flagged wet race, several riders crashing while leading, a first-time race winner, a photo finish between two teammates and the reigning World Champion finishing out of the points because of a poor choice of tires. The 2011 WSBK Champion Carlos Checa arrived at Assen with the lead in the championship and a three-race winning streak, but opting to run wet tires in Race Two cost him the lead and may have contributed to a crash that severely injured Liberty Racing‘s Brett McCormick. Race One Get the Flash Player to see this player.Tue, 31 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Based solely on recent history, you’d think the engineers at Kawasaki are strong believers of the “bigger is better” philosphy. You need only look at the Ninja ZX-6R which shook off the shackles of the 600cc supersport segment with a 636cc displacement, then came the Ninja 300 replacing the 250. New spy photos from Indonesia, however suggest there’s still room for smaller engines from Team Green.Wed, 30 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Kawasaki, today, launched the long-awaited streetfighter version of the Ninja 250 in Asia. Dubbed the Z250 SL (Super Lightweight), some may call it the baby Z1000. That nickname, while fitting, is already reserved for the standard Z250, which draws a middle ground in terms of riding position (and amount of plastic) between the Z250 SL and the supersport Ninja 250. Designed for the sports-minded urban commuter, Kawasaki heralds this lighter, racier alternative to the Z250 as the perfect companion for someone looking for Ninja-based performance, quick, nimble handling, and aggressive ergonomics.
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