WSBK » Kawasaki launches 2013 WSBK title bid

Kawasaki unveils the bike it hopes will spur the manufacturer onto a first World Superbike Championship title since Scott Russell triumphed 20 years ago.

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prof-x - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 9:55 PM

looks nice, but I bet that team are more concerned about what the tires are going to look like rather than the livery of their 'new' bike.

better hope Pirelli haven't switched back to the 2011 formula.

Ninja - Unregistered

February 02, 2013 9:31 PM

This bike is very well design and is focus on been agressive like every Kawa.. Is a beast when we loock at the bike but i can only imagine how it is to ride..ehehe Modern tech make the Ninja more esay to use and Kawasaki has been improving a lot on there knowledge of how to use better and better the traction control thats way aim very proud with them.. We allways need to have more feel and control to be fast, old Ninjas where amyzing but was to much agression and less Control, wish end up with many people having big injuris riding for the Green Team.. Kawasaki was allways agressive this was there spirit was on Motogp, Wsbk on Road bikes but now finaly they are using there good old Stuff with modern days=).. No doubt that this bike is for me the best Ninja 1000cc ever made.. The first Ninja 1000cc is also very speaciall to me but this one from 2011 is TOP

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