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Kawasaki Sport Bikes

Sport bikes are a perfect option for those bikers who will gladly scarify some comfort and fuel economy for high speed, great acceleration, and effective braking. Such machines are brilliant at cornering on paved roads, and generally, they are created for those who like adrenaline rushing in their blood. Today, the market features plenty of motorcycles from different manufacturers, and Kawasaki is one of them.

A Brief History

Kawasaki has been producing its exciting sportbikes since the early 1990s. Ninja ZX750F was the first machine of this type produced by the manufacturer. The Ninja line has been significantly improved over the next several decades, and new models have been also added by the company. In 2011, the manufacturer released the Ninja 1000 that was designed mainly for street performance thanks to changing race fairing, which could be usually found in the previous Ninja machines.

The current lineup of sport bikes includes the following models:

·        300 ABS;

·        300 ABS KRT Edition;

·        ABS Winter Test Edition;

·        400 ABS;

·        400 KRT Edition;

·        650 ABS;

·        650 ABS KRT Edition;

·        1000 ABS.

The Most Popular Sport Bikes by Kawasaki

The Kawasaki Ninja 300 is the tough competitor to the Yamaha R3. It has a look of a superbike while ensuring good performance for beginners. The motorcycle comes with a 2-cylinder, 40 hp engine as well as fuel injection. There are also aluminum cylinders as well as a smart air management device. It is a pretty lightweight bike that was introduced in 2012. Eventually, it was replaced by the 2018 Ninja 400 for 2018.

The Z125 PRO is a nice little machine that is great for small-sized motorcycles enthusiasts. It features a pretty large 2-gal. gas tank, and great fuel economy.

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R comes with a 600cc engine that is capable of producing 130 hp. In fact, it has been a winner of World Superbike racing 3 years in a row.

The ZX-10R is one of the bestselling Sport bikes. The motorcycle features a liquid-cooled, 998 cc 4-cylinder engine. It comes with the reduced sizes of engine thanks to clever optimization. 


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Year
1970 - 2021
Displacement
100 - 1441 cm³
Dry weight
94 - 180 kg
Top speed
33 - 380 km/h
Engine type
Number of cylinders
1 - 6
Cylinder location
Tacts
Valves
2 - 16
Power
8 - 310 HP
Gearbox
Cooling system

Models

Ninja 400, 2021
2021 YOM
Ninja H2, 2021
2021 YOM
Ninja 650L, 2021
2021 YOM
Ninja H2R, 2021
2021 YOM
Ninja 650, 2021
2021 YOM
Ninja 125, 2021
2021 YOM
Ninja 650L, 2020
2020 YOM