Kawasaki’s Team 38 ready to set a speed record during Bonneville Speed Week on Kawasaki Ninja H2..
Following his 2017 Pro Motocross 450MX Championship, Tomac is ready to challenge for another championship and fans can now be part of the team.
Starting with a humble idea drawn on a cocktail napkin in August 1980, Kawasaki expanded the utility vehicle segment by creating the Kawasaki MULE side x side.
Evolved from a simple napkin sketch to a purpose built two-seat utility vehicle, Kawasaki revolutionized the side x side with the introduction of the MULE.
Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. announced the promotion of Bob O’Brien to Senior Marketing Manager and Ken Essex to the role of Public Relations Manager.
Kawasaki Motors is proud to announce the Kawasaki MULE PRO-FXTM side by side has earned a spot among Field & Stream magazine’s 2016 Best of the Best Awards.
Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A., just announced the donation of a 2017 MULE PRO-FXT LE to benefit Boys Town California to be auctioned off at the annual Night of Hope event, November 5th, 2017.
Audaciousness. It must be in our blood, because in every decade for 50 years, Kawasaki has blasted the powersports industry wide open.
The concept would eventually become the first side-by-side for Kawasaki, the 1988 Kawasaki MULE 1000 four-wheel utility vehicle.
The same passion for innovation that drives Kawasaki engineering has also propelled its marketing and advertising over the years.
Kawasaki introduced its first stand up Jet Ski personal watercraft 43 years ago and soon the 2017 Jet Ski SX-R watercraft will make its return to the water.
The 1984 Ninja 900R sportbike, also known as the GPz900R, massively advanced the breed with a sophisticated combination of aerodynamic styling and a racetrack-bred chassis.
Ever since the launch of the H1 500 Mach III motorcycle in 1969, Kawasaki has refused to do anything halfway.
Thirty-seven years ago the starting gates at amateur motocross events were full of red and yellow bikes, but not many green ones.
For over 100 years, the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah have attracted riders and drivers in search of world land speed records in a variety of classes.
In 1977, uttering the terms “internet,” “big data” and “social media” in a business meeting would probably earn you plenty of blank stares. That’s because print media and television were the…..
Kawasaki’s wide-eyed performance is legendary, but an equally important form of innovation was the Lincoln, Nebraska assembly plant that opened in 1974.
The launch of the 1969 Mach III 500 H1 motorcycle vaulted Kawasaki from its position as an aggressive upstart motorcycle company to the zenith of the sport almost overnight.
With over 4,000 units produced during 1970-71, the Centurion was plentiful enough in its time but is surprisingly rare now, and as such is much appreciated by collectors.
With an audacious three-cylinder engine and the dragstrip wizardry of Tony Nicosia, the 1969 Kawasaki H1 immediately became a performance icon.