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2011 Kawasaki Zx1000 Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $8,985.00
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:2
Location:

Garner, North Carolina, US

Garner, NC, US
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TypeType:Sportbike Stock NumberStock Number:000564 PhonePhone:8778418578

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2011 Kawasaki ZX1000, GARNER LOCATIONAWESOME BIKE, VERY LOW MILES!FENDER ELIMIINATOR, SMOKED WINDSCREEN!BRAND NEW BACK TIRE, FRESH SERVICE!!

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Police-Spec Kawasaki Concours 14 Recalled

Thu, 05 Apr 2012

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Do WSB bikes need fake headlights?

Mon, 02 Jul 2012

Next year's WSB bikes must carry fake headlight stickers to make them look like their road-going equivalents – and Kawasaki previewed the new look at yesterday's race at Aragon. The idea is to add to WSB's road bike links and to further distinguish the bikes from the latest breed of CRT MotoGP machines. However, it means adding meaningless stickers on a large and potentially valuable acreage of prime sponsorship space on the bike's nose, with much of the rest already taken up by the rider's number; not necessarily a good thing when money is already hard to find in international racing.

WSBK 2012: Assen Results

Mon, 23 Apr 2012

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.