5 February 2014 London motorcycle show stand packed with special bikes and guests

With three new season models to display, plus new colour options for the remainder of its range, Kawasaki have a lot to pack on their stand at the upcoming Carol Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show.
Additionally, the stand will play host to a number of star guests over the three day show, the highlight of which will be the official UK unveiling of the Paul Bird Motorsport British Superbike team and its new livery on 14 February.

In the new machinery category, show goers will see the much talked about Z1000SX sport tourer, a best-selling machine for the Japanese manufacturer for the past two years.

Joining it will be the recently launched Supernaked Z1000 complete with Sugomi design philosophy and the much talked about J300, the firm’s first scooter for Europe and a machine that will naturally find favour in London’s busy streets.

In addition to the standard bikes on display – plus James Hillier’s Isle of Man TT bound Bournemouth Kawasaki Superbike - two very special machines will also feature. A J300 scooter wrapped as a GBmoto BSB paddock bike is the top prize in the countrywide Kawasaki Winners Weekend taking place in dealerships in late March plus the UK-only Ninja ZX-10R World Champion Edition will also be unveiled.

Featuring Kawasaki Racing Team graphics - and with each being personally signed by the current World Superbike Champion - demand for the official replica machines will be considerable according to Aimee Osmond of Kawasaki Motors UK.

“There are only twenty five Sykes World Champion Edition bikes being released by Kawasaki Motors UK, so the London Show is a great place to see it up close and find out how to obtain one.

Equally, we are pleased that both Shakey Byrne and Stuart Easton will be with us on the opening day of the show and that Chris Walker will be on the stand for all three days promoting his Kawasaki equipped race school and motocross practice track”.

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