31 May 2013 Kawasaki plays host at famous Bucks Diner on 17 June Ride to Work Day

Celebrating the annual Ride to Work Day on 17 June, Kawasaki Motors UK will be displaying a range of new machines plus some unique bespoke performance motorcycles at the Deep Mill Diner situated on the A413 between Great Missenden and Amersham in Buckinghamshire.
A well-known biker-friendly establishment, the Deep Mill Diner is equally famous for its mouth-watering food…. so much so that, on the day, Kawasaki will be treating the first 100 motorcyclists (regardless of what make of machine they ride) calling in between 07.30 and 09.00 to a free bacon or sausage sandwich and a warm brew.

As Aimee Osmond of Kawasaki Motors UK explains, Ride to Work day is a great way for year round riders to celebrate the cost-saving, traffic busting and ecological benefits of powered two wheelers, while those who ride more occasionally have a great excuse to reach for their crash helmet and actually enjoy the commute to work for a change.

“Ride to Work day is a fitting celebration of the unique appeal that motorcycling has with events occurring across the UK on June 17. We hope that anyone in the Bucks area commuting on any brand of bike will find time to drop in to the Deep Mill Diner between 07.30 and 09.00 to see what’s going on.. and maybe even get a free breakfast!”

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