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2012 Kawasaki Klr650 Dual Sport on 2040-motos

US $0.00
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: BLUE
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North Kingstown, Rhode Island, US

North Kingstown, RI, US
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Kawasaki KLR description

2012 KAWASAKI KLR650, THE BEST SELLING DUAL SPORT FOR 7 YEARS IN A ROW! READY FOR NEARLY ANY TERRAIN AND UP TO 55 MPG!!! IN STOCK NOW - CALL FOR PRICING

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Jeremy Toye To Compete In 2014 Pikes Peak Hill Climb Aboard Kawasaki ZX-10R

Wed, 28 May 2014

Jeremy Toye from San Diego, California is no rookie to professional road racing. His accomplishments include setting the fastest lap for a newcomer at the Isle of Man TT in 2006, a third place at the Macau GP, and multiple top-five finishes in AMA Pro Racing competition. Race veteran Toye will compete in the Open Class Division on a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, which will be modified to meet the extreme demands of racing a 12.42-mile course ending at the mountain-top finish.

Kawasaki Celebrates 40th Anniversary of KX – Video

Mon, 08 Jul 2013

Kawasaki is marking the 40th anniversary of its KX dirt bike lineup with a special web page and a new documentary (look for Part 1 below). The KX legacy began in 1974 with the KX250 which was based on the works machine ridden by AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer Jimmy Weinert in 1973. The KX Dirt Domination page highlights the successes of the KX line over the last 40 years, including its astounding run in AMA Supercross and Motocross over the last decade.

A Weighty Issue

Mon, 03 Nov 2008

For as long as I can remember, motorcycle manufacturers have been playing fast and loose with regard to what they claim for the weight of their bikes. The “dry weights” they foisted upon us had little basis in reality. The “dry” part of that claim meant that listed weights on a spec chart were the result of all fluids being MIA from the bike, including necessities like engine oil, coolant and fork fluid (not to mention fuel), but even that didn’t fully explain the overly optimistic specs.