Santa Claus probably delivered a lot of the same old, same old. You know - socks, ties, soap!
So, maybe you should 'Go Green' and treat yourself this holiday season!
Kawasaki recently introduced to North America bikes for everyone, from the beginning biker to the high-end rider (Z900 RS, Ninja ZX 10R SE, Ninja H2 SX SE, Ninja 400 ABS KRT).
Earlier this month, these bad boys were unveiled at a swanky, exclusive media event just ahead of Progressive International Motorcycle Show in New York. The motorcycle I can't stop thinking about was the Z 900 RS. It's a supercharged retro bike! I'm a Harley Girl at heart. See this picture for proof. Somehow though Kawasaki tugged at my heart strings with the Z 900 RS.
It's a throwback to Kawasaki's 1973 Z1, one of the most iconic modern motorcycles ever made.
Nostalgia is a theme for Harley Davidson Inc. (HOG) , BMW and Indian (owned by Polaris (PII) ). Are shifting strategies for these motorcycle makers working? Well, Goldman Sachs called for weaker-than-expected fourth quarter sales for Harley, but feels the company could be setting itself up for a strong 2018 showing. Read more here.
I'm happy to take the Kawasaki Z 900 RS for a spring test drive just outside of NYC in Upstate New York. Hint Hint.
2018 Z650 Abs
It's features include a lightweight chassis that adds to it's light weight. The naked sport bike is a compact middleweight that rides smooth and with power. With a starting price of $6,999 you could easily have this motorcycle to take home.
2018 Z900 Abs
Starting at $8,399 this ultra-lightweight chassis is designed for maximum riding pleasure.
2018 Z125 Pro KRT Edition
The Kawasaki Racing Team (KRT) bike supports the world's best racers. At $3,399 this 2.0 gallon fuel tank capacity motorcycle will take you to plenty of places.
2018 Ninja H2R
This hypersport sport motorcycle is such a powerful machine it isn't even street legal. With a price tag of $55,000 this hand painted motorcycle will have you riding in style.