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Wednesday, 15 April 2015 13:57

Women's Open Night (VIC)

Women's Open Night at Matt Jones Motorcycles - FREE EVENT

Published in Recent Events
Monday, 20 April 2015 11:49

Beryl Embraces the New Kawasaki Vulcan S

Beryl Hunt has been riding motorcycles for 15 years and her passion for cruisers has spurred her recent Vulcan S acquisition.

Published in General Kawasaki News

‘Mad Meg’, scored 3rd place in race 1 and 4th in race 2, achieving an overall standing of 3rd for the first round of the 2015 Woman’s MXGP in Losail Qatar.

Published in Racing News

After 6 grueling rounds of racing, Kawasaki Australia's Meghan Rutledge has finished the 2014 FIM Women's World Motocross Championship in 2nd place overall at the MXGP of the Czech Republic in Loket over the weekend.

Published in Racing News

Kawasaki's Meghan Rutledge from Picton, NSW has raced to victory at the 3rd round of the 2014 FIM World WMX Championship in The Netherlands on board her KX250F. Two 2nd place moto finishes gave Rutledge the round win and moves her just 2 points shy of the series lead that she relinquished at the last round.

Published in Racing News

It was an up and down weekend of racing for Kawasaki Australia's Meghan Rutledge at the 2nd round of the 2014 FIM Women's World MX Championship at Trentino, Italy on the weekend with a moto win and a race disqualification.

Published in Racing News

Kawasaki ‘s Meghan Rutledge has gotten her 2014 FIM Women’s World MX Championship campaign off to the best start possible by winning both motos at the first round in Qatar on the weekend.

Published in Racing News

Check out our latest video showcasing some of the MX riders we supported this year including Blake Colleton, Paul Worth, Meghan Rutledge and Cody Mackie.

Published in Racing News

Kawasaki supported racer and ambassador Meghan Rutledge has beaten a field of world class riders to win the 2013 Eve Australian Women’s Supercross Championship at Phillip Island, Victoria yesterday.

Published in Racing News

ŠENKVICE (Slovakia),  – It was a day of pride, guts and glory in Senkvice, Slovakia, for the sixth and final round of the FIM WMX World Championship. Bud Racing Kawasaki’s Meghan Rutledge proudly took her first ever WMX round victory, while Chiara Fontanesi gritted through the pain for second with Rabbit Racing Kawasaki’s Stephanie Laier rounding off the podium in third.

Published in Racing News
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