February 21, 2020

First Ride: The 2020 Kawasaki Z H2 Hyper-Naked

Article by Philippe Guillaume / ZA Bikers Kawasaki has a long history of mad, powerful and politically incorrect motorcycles. Back in the day, bikes like the Z1, H2 Mach IV, GPZ750 Turbo and ZZR1100 were the ones to have—for any rider who actually had the guts to ride them. As the 21st century brings with […]

April 18, 2019

Kawasaki Z400: The Green Hornet

Article by Bjorn Moreira / ZA Bikers On the dark side of Japan, there’s a group that rule the streets and they go by the name of “The Z Gang”. This notorious group of street fighters live and breathe the Sugomi lifestyle, which translates to something wild, something fierce and ready to pounce on its […]

July 24, 2018

The 2018 Ninja 400 SE – The Ninja Family is Getting Bigger

The smallest member of the Ninja family started it’s life as a 250cc, grew to 300, and now, with styling inspired by the championship-winning ZX-10R and the Ninja H2, enter the new Kawasaki Ninja 400 SE. The Ninja 400 is not a face lifted Ninja 300. It has received new brakes, suspension, chassis, rider geometry, […]

July 2, 2018

Super Charged Dexterous

Back in 1971, when I was still very much in Bag-dad, Kawasaki set the world ablaze with the introduction of the fastest production motorcycle ever; the H2. A two-stroke (those smokey engines) with a 7 500 rpm redline, which was high for the time, and a 1:1 horsepower-to-weight ratio. It would send inexperienced riders wheelie-ing […]

March 29, 2016

Ride Review: Kawasaki Z300

by ZA Bikers. Back in the glorious ‘90s most of the manufacturers produced thrilling 250cc two-stroke twins and feisty but more expensive 400cc four-stroke four-cylinder race-replicas that were exciting to ride quickly, particularly on winding roads. While they were quick enough for fun, reaching speeds of typically 200 km/h they weren’t stupid fast and were […]