6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when
we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people
thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard.
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Kawasaki Official video - The Making of "The Ninja ZX-6R vs The Isle of Man"
Behind the scenes: The making of the 2013 Ninja ZX-6R 636 video on the Isle
of Man TT course. See TT star, James Hillier, ride the new Ninja on the
world famous TT course. Watch as he passes within millimeters of the camera
crew. See the camera equipped "pursuit bike" and the aerial heli-cam. As
raw, real and rewarding as the latest Ninja, this "making of" video shows
just how committed the team were -- and how much fun they had with the new
Ninja ZX-6R 636... We hope you enjoy!
Ninja 250 v.s. Audi R8
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I tried to keep up with an Audi R8. Not the easiest thing on a Kawasaki
Ninja 250! haha! Once that thing got into 2nd, it was GONE!
Kawasaki Ninja 650R Review - Power To The Rider
When PTR got the Kawasaki Ninja 650R it came along with a somewhat
beguiling irony: This bike is less capable in some respects, yet more
capable in some other respects.
A motorcycle that fits well is more comfortable to operate, easier to
control, safer to use, and ultimately more enjoyable to ride. Is the Ninja
650R the girl you can take home to your mom or is she more of a prancing
cat ? Find it out in our concise review of India's largest green goblin.
Kawasaki Ninja 250R vs. BMW + almost hitting top speed
Driving Kawasaki Ninja 250R, w/ Two Brothers V.A.L.E. slip-on. Had some fun
with a BMW, and later gave top speed a decent try. A lot of police in this
country, that's why I'm not pushing the bike 100 % most of the time. Second
part of my trip 24.05.11, filmed w/ GoPro HD. Enjoy & comment!
2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 Motorcycle Crash Lowside, Live Oak, Trabuco Canyon, CA (Season: WINTER, Jan)
Rough way to start the year for this new rider. I recorded this earlier,
but didn't post it until I got permission from the dude that crashed since
he is someone I know. I have my own opinion about the crash and I'm sure
that people will state their opinions as well. I hope that those that do
watch this video will learn something from it so that it may help someone
down the road.
If you don't have anything constructive or helpful to say, please keep it
to yourself. The rider that crashed survived and is recovered. Not sure
if you noticed, but there are crosses and shrines at the base of a tree
behind that guard rail. I didn't notice them until we were stopped.
With that being said... Ride at your own pace. Anything that might upset
you to be uncomfortable or make the bike unstable, slow down. Ride canyons
no more than 70%-80% of your capability so that you have something to fall
back on, never go all out in the canyons. If you are a new rider, avoid
canyons until after you've logged 3,000-5,000 miles on the odometer. Can't
stress the importance of ATGATT.
Rider sustained a fractured left hand with minor abrasions. Rider is fully
Helmet, chest protector, shorty gloves, and boots. Doubled up on
winderbreaker jackets, longjohn thermal leggings, and jeans were torn up
but weathered most of the slide in gravel resulting in minor abrasions
only. Chest protector plate weathered most of the chest impact and slide to
1 snappd fork, 1 bent fork, shattered front rim, punctured radiator, bent
shift lever, shattered upper fairing, cracked lower fairings, right
headlight, and left front turn signal. Front wheel was wedged up again the
headers, thus front wheel was locked. With the front wheel locked and rear
wheel in gear, bike had to be dragged.
Buying a 600cc bike as your first bike?
I am mostly ranting and not staying on topic but I think this video could
be informative to some people. And it is a response video to a video
ashfoot did. Nothing against her just a few thoughts in my head.
2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250 mods
My mods done on a 2012 ninja 250. New rider and I don't claim to be an
expert but I having a blast with this bike and working with the mods to
make it my custom machine. Added so far is Yoshimura Full Exhaust system (carbon fiber), tank guard, DynoJet stage 2 kit, K&N
air filter with airbox snorkel removed, swing arm spool sliders, chopped
rear fender. More mods to come.
2013 Kawasaki Ninja 250
New Model 2012 White Kawasaki Ninja 250, Fuel Injection...1st Launch in
my 1st Impression about this bike, it's lighter than previous Ninja
250....and sorry for my Bad English..
2009 & 2013 ninja 250r comparation video..
2013 Ninja 250 Helmet Cam:
2011 Kawasaki Ninja 250R review (from a beginner's perspective)
*Explanation of how I wrecked this bike is at the bottom*
This is the second part of the video I made while taking a ride up 9 Mile
Canyon Road out near Ridgecrest, CA. I got a request to review this bike,
so I decided to just throw that in instead of any music.
Please keep in mind that this is my first bike and I've only been riding
for about 3 months as of typing this, and these are my impressions of it.
I don't claim to be an expert on anything dealing with motorcycles. I just
took the MSF course and did a lot of reading online (and watched videos).
A few things I left out:
*The 2011 models no longer come in Passion Red =(
*GET FRAME SLIDERS! I didn't get any and I regret it now.
*I definitely experienced the whistling gas tank that people have talked
about before. It wasn't a big deal and it would go away eventually.
HOW I WRECKED-
I was coming onto base headed for the barracks at night and I was
approaching a roundabout (traffic circle). I decided I wanted to take the
long way back to my room, so instead of going halfway around the roundabout
and straight, I would have to go 3/4 the way around and exit onto a
different street. Well, being all cocky and thinking I already had my bike
figured out, I decided to try and take the roundabout faster and at way more of a lean than usual.
When I started going around it and leaning, I started paying way too much
attention to the curb on my left (so I wouldn't hit it) instead of paying
attention to where my turnoff was, and I ended up missing my turn entirely.
Once I thought that my turn was coming I started to straighten out of my
lean, but when I looked at where my headlights were shining, it was a curb
instead. So, ironically, because I had my eyes on what I was trying to
avoid instead of where I wanted to go, I ended up hitting what I was trying
to avoid (on the opposite side of the street). Lesson learned.