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Australian Women’s Motocross & Supercross champion, Meghan Rutledge will fly high aboard her Kawasaki KX250F and KX450F motorcycles while Endurance extraordinaire, Lachlan Allan will rise to the challenge with his KX250F in 2017.

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Takeshi Katsuya cruised onto the podium in 3rd place overall for the second time during the series while Dylan Leary from Proformance Kawasaki Racing Team collected his best overall result of 7th place at round 3 of the MX Nationals in Broadford over the weekend

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National Pump Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Adam Monea takes a step in the right direction claiming his first podium of the series and putting away valuable points in the early stages of the Championship.

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Kawasaki will be hosting an event at our Sydney headquarters giving supporters the opportunity to become acquainted with our Factory Motocross racing team and supported riders in the MX2 class.

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Adam Monea from Kawasaki's factory MX team finishes 8th overall while Dylan Leary (Proformance Kawasaki Racing), steadily creeps up the leader board in the second round of the MX Nationals.

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Adam Monea secures 6th place in the first round at Horsham Victoria

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Takeshi Katsuya has secured a podium in each Moto and Proformance Kawasaki race consistently for their debut Australian MX Nationals season.

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Kawasaki Motors Australia is pleased to confirm that the reigning Japanese MX Lites champion, Takeshi Katsuya, will be competing for the Sony Action Cam Kawasaki Racing Team in the 2015 Australian Nationals MX2 Championship.

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For the third year in a row, Monster Energy is set to partner with the Australian Kawasaki factory Motocross racing team in 2015 as co-naming rights sponsor.

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The first round of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 production based series will begin this weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park. This will be the second year running for the 300 class of the Australasian Superbike Championship.

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