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Discussion in 'Moto GP' started by spice123, Oct 14, 2017.
Well they might have a different agenda.
This can be applied to every co operation unfortunately.
How I wish the same thoughts also. If it happens, that would be definitely awesome!
Wouldn't that be something. I don't know why Kawasaki is reluctant though, is there something that we are actually missing.
So would I as Kawasaki makes some awesome racing bikes such as the Ninja series which I am looking into getting one. Their bikes are very high quality and the acceleration is amazing.
I agree, Kawasaki have a really amazing series of sport bikes. I'm literally in love with their ATVs. If I could afford it, I would actually get myself one.
Their ATVs are awesome machines but I love the risk - two wheel for life. I am looking to get 2016 Kawasaki ninja h2 and I'll try not to speed...I said try because I know when I get my bike it will be a different stroy.
I also agree.
Actually Kawasaki was in the MotoGP(real racing not the game) series from 2003-2008, but they pulled out back then, because of a financial crisis during 2009. Kawasaki's main focus has been the World Superbike championships.