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    Officially released version of Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R race

    Although the hype around the launch of the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R continues to rise. The race version of the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R has officially unveiled for Japan. The latest racing bike will use in the One-Make Racing Championship at the business.


    The Ninja ZX-25R racing edition will be using the same 250 cc, in-line 4-cylinder engine that has made it so popular with enthusiasts.

    Thanks to the emerging COVID-19 pandemic the introduction of the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R has been indefinitely postponed. The race edition would use the same 4-cylinder in-line 250 cc engine that made it so popular with enthusiasts. But because it’s a racing-spec model. Kawasaki has added a number of custom parts to make the motorcycle travel on a race track quicker.


    The race version of the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R features blacked-out bodywork. Kawasaki nevertheless kept the green honeycomb graphics untouched on the fairing. The driving cowl, the seat cowl, and the match tank pad come from an A-TEC company. Showa performs the functions of suspension. The tires were originally from Dunlop. Other brands whose parts were used in the race edition of the Ninja ZX-25R include BEET, RK, and SNIPER.

    Kawasaki says it plans to run the Ninja ZX-25R One-Make Racing Championship in Japan starting in 2021. It’ll be open to both seasoned and inexperienced riders alike. The organization also expects to hold a prototype race later this year. That’s all about motivating consumers to learn and appreciate certain ways of motorcycling other than street riding.

    Given the crazy 4-cylinder high-revving engine that the ZX-25R boasts. Also in the factory shape, riding this motorcycle will be pure pleasure. For all the custom parts fitted. The racing edition will unleash the motorcycle’s true potential. And make it more powerful and perfect for use on the road.

    Speaking of one-make racing competitions, TVS, Honda and Suzuki are holding these events in India. We’d love to see other businesses like Kawasaki jump into the game as well. This will have more opportunities for the country’s racing enthusiasts to hone their abilities. Show off their talents and maybe push the ladder up in this area.


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