Ninja is a Kawasaki brand that commands respect. The Kawasaki Ninja range has a profound heritage that benefits from advanced developments in manufacturing gained through our parent company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
Kawasaki Ninjas remain on the cutting edge of 2-wheeled technology, always anticipating the needs of motorcyclists and creating products to exceed them.
The Ninja range offers a design to suit most situations and presents the very best that Kawasaki has to offer, with models ranging from World Superbike Championship winning race machines (Ninja ZX-10R), to the learner friendly (Ninja 400) and the ultimate touring machine (Ninja H2 SX SE).
Clad in sharp new Ninja styling, the new Ninja 400 delivers greater performance than its predecessor care of all new engine and chassis that are more powerful and significantly lighter. More information HERE.
Kawasaki Ninja 650/L
Supersport-like nimble handling, direct feel and strong acceleration are complemented by easy-to-manage power delivery and rider-friendly manoeuvrability, offering an ideal blend of sporty performance and everyday versatility sure to satisfy everyone from new to more experienced riders. More information HERE.
Capitalising on the strengths of the highly competitive engine and chassis package of the 599 cm³ Ninja ZX-6R (ZX600R), the 2018 Ninja ZX-6R 636 KRT Edition model, expands its area of expertise, offering performance and riding excitement in a wider range of situations. More information HERE.
Now in its third iteration, the polished Ninja 1000 continues to offer the comfort and convenience to enable sport riding enthusiasts to take their seductively styled machines touring. More information HERE.
The 2018 Ninja ZX-10R KRT Edition has clearly demonstrated its circuit potential through winning results in the Superbike World Championship (SBK). Kawasaki has dominated the 2015 Championship, 2016 Championship, and 2017 Championship with Jonathan Rea's 3 consecutive World Superbike Championships and again winning the 2017 WSB Manufacturers Championship for Kawasaki. More information HERE.
Feedback from the Kawasaki Racing Team and constant development research, the Ninja ZX-10RR (ABS KRT Winter Test Edition) is the closest available Kawasaki model to a highly advanced factory Kawasaki superbike. More information HERE.
Complementing the original Ninja ZX-10R and track-focused Ninja ZX-10RR, Kawasaki proudly introduces a new high-grade edition to its litre-class supersport line-up for 2018. The Ninja ZX-10R SE features Kawasaki’s new, highly advanced electronic suspension. More information HERE.
The Ninja ZX-14R’s ultra-powerful 1441cm³ inline four-cylinder engine puts it in a class all its own. Add in our most advanced electronics system, including traction control, ABS and power mode selection and with an innovative monocoque frame, and stunning bodywork, and the ZX-14R is a phenomenon that you must experience to believe. More information HERE.
The supercharged Ninja H2 was created to offer riders something they had never experienced. But Kawasaki’s answer to the “ultimate” motorcycle was merely the opening act. Now, for their second supercharger challenge Kawasaki brings the unique sensory experience of a supercharged engine to the sport tourer category with the new Ninja H2 SX SE. More information HERE.
The launching point for the development of the Ninja H2 was a strong desire to offer riders something they had never before experienced. The bike needed to deliver intense acceleration and an ultra-high top speed, coupled with supersport-level circuit performance. More information HERE.
A Higher-grade variant of the supercharged Ninja H2, the CARBON edition features include an Assist & Slipper clutch, KQS up and down shifting, numerous electronic rider aids, Ohlins Rear Shock and DLC coated inverted KYB supersport grade front forks with a Carbon top cowling for a high quality appearance.More information HERE.