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 […]