Supercharged Kawasaki to feature at the MCN London Bike Show
PUBLISHED: 18:45 26 January 2015 | UPDATED: 17:57 27 March 2019
It’s hardly a bike for the commuting in the City, but Kawasaki’s Supercharged Ninja H2 is one of the most anticipated machines of 2015, and it will be making its London debut on the Kawasaki stand at the Carole Nash MCN London Show between February 13th and 15th.
The radically styled 1000cc road machine - which represents an engineering tour de force by Kawasaki technology groups including the gas turbine and aerospace divisions of the international engineering power house - will be joined by a huge cross-section of machines from the new season motorcycle range including bikes that are perfectly suited to Londoners – such as the entry level single cylinder Ninja 250SL and Z250SL.
Also on display will be the highly praised twin-cylinder streetfighter style Z300 and a Ninja 300 in the livery of work wear firm Dickies who are offering it as a prize in their “Worker of the Year” competition.
New middleweight machines on show include the recently launched Versys 650 and the ever green ER-6f and ER-6n plus the urban street style of the Vulcan S – another machine that will be seen in London for the very first time.
Adding the Versys 1000 and latest update to the 1400GTR to the show stable, Kawasaki fans will be able to view and sit on no less than seven new for 2015 machines in addition to other exhibits such as the Ninja ZX-10R ABS an accessorised Z800 and an equally blinged up VN900 cruiser.
British Superbike stars including current champion Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne, plus Stuart Easton and Chris Walker there on the opening day. James Westmorland and Danny Buchan will join Chris on the Saturday. Kawasaki’s stunning Ninja H2 stole the show when it debuted at the Intermot Motorcycle Show in September last year - now you can see it in the flesh right here in London. Put the date in your diary now!
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