Test ride any Kawasaki at the BMF Show

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Kawasaki is launching a new nationwide test riding roadshow at this weekend’s BMF Show in Peterborough with the entire 2010 range available to ride.

A Kawasaki spokesman said: “Recognising that no dealer can have the majority of bikes in the growing and diverse road bike Kawasaki offering as demonstrators, the company will visit seven locations over a three month period starting in mid May.

“Focusing on known biker meeting places - or significant motorcycling events - the tour is being seen as an ideal way for a huge cross section of current and potential new owners to experience many machines from the Kawasaki range that interest them, but that they have not yet had an opportunity to ride.” 

With fifteen models available to test from the newly introduced pair of 125cc machines, through the popular middleweight ER and Versys series, to the cruiser range and large capacity sports, supersports and touring machines there is a lot of choice.

Kawasaki’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Michael Johnstone, said: “We’ve recently launched a new web site at www.kawasakitestride.co.uk so that customers can see what demonstrator bikes their nearest dealer has and book a ride. “

Models Available to Test Ride: (subject to meeting test ride criteria):

KLX125
D-TRACKER 125
Ninja 250R
ER-6f
ER-6n
Versys
Z750
Z1000
Ninja ZX-6R
Ninja ZX-10R
VN900 Classic
VN1700 Classic Tourer
VN1700 Voyager
ZZR1400
1400GTR

Dates & Locations:

• W/E 15th – 16th May BMF, Peterborough
• Sunday 23rd May Box Hill Café, Dorking, Surrey
• Sunday 30th May Haynes Motor Museum, Yeovil
• W/E 5th – 6th June Sam’s Café, Denbigh
• W/E 12th – 13th June Bikesafe, Sheffield
• Saturday 3rd July The Pit Stop, Arrochar, Loch Lomond
• Sunday 11th Jul Hartside Top Café, Cumbria

Demo Ride Requirements from Riders: In order to qualify for a Demo Ride all riders must bring both parts of their license to be checked. The license must not display any of the below:

i) All 'CD', 'DD' & 'DR' offences
ii) All other offences incurring 5 or more points per single offence or 7 or more accumulated points

A copy of the license will be taken for insurance purposes only.

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Andy Downes

By Andy Downes

Former MCN Senior Reporter