Kawasaki Ninja 250R,Modern Kawasaki motorcycles

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Kawasaki GPZ 250 Belt Drive

Description and features

In many including ergonomics, chassis engine placement within the the Ninja 250R straddles and sport classes. Likewise, the riding position falls standard and sport. Capable of the 1/4 mile in 14.6 seconds at [ 1 ] the bike’s features include hooks, center stand (no available on the 2008 model), a and front and rear disc [ 2 ]

The bike has been heavily for 2008 [ 3 ] with completely fairings and 17 wheels. As of 2007, the is being produced in Thailand. [ 3 ] has marketed the Ninja 250R 1986 [ 3 ] as an entry-level [ 1 ] [ 2 ]

The Ninja 250 has little direct within its class in the United partly due to it being one of the two 250 cc sport sold. In Canada, Honda’s introduction of the CBR125R has caused for Kawasaki’s share in the entry-level bike market. The other competitors are the other 250 cc beginner namely the Hyosung GT250R, Rebel 250 and Nighthawk 250, the GZ250, and the Yamaha Virago

With the exception of the Nighthawk, and the Hyosung, these bikes are all

Before the 2008 model, the Ninja nor these other US had changed much in recent but outside the United States were many advances in lightweight, and/or low-cost including several four-cylinder, 250s (e.g. the Honda 250 or Ninja ZX-2R). That said, the Ninja 250 enjoys a following among riders who its light weight and nimble as an amusing track bike. The fact that it hasn’t much since 1988 parts are plentiful and inexpensive, and the community is well established.

First generation

EX250-C Also known as the GPZ-250. earliest, belt-driven version was produced in 1983, and has nothing in with the latest generation.


Fourth generation

In Kawasaki gave the EX250 its thorough modernization in many The EX250-J model is known as the 250R worldwide. Kawasaki the MSRP by $500 U.S. to

Parts from the third are still found on the -J, but its redesigned panels bring the smallest appearance out of the ’90s and into with late-2000s sportbikes. The and drivetrain retain 30% of the -F model’s according to Kawasaki literature. The compression and maximum torque been lowered to provide 20% midrange performance, where the will spend most of its

The U.S.-spec -J model uses carburetors like the -F model, but the and Thailand-spec model have a system. The wheels were in size to 17, the front suspension was up, and the front brake rotors replaced with a larger design. A fuel gauge, a in motorcycles, was added to the instrument implying an emphasis on attracting new


Since the introduction of the model in the Ninja 250 has been often as a starting class bike in racing around the world. The AFM in has been especially involved 250 Production racing since the was released, including the since Honda VTR250.

In 2007 last year of the 2nd generation the Ninja 250 of Hambone Racing, won the Mini Endurance Championship the Central Motorcycle Roadracing (CMRA). Piloted by CMRA Chuck Ergle and Keith this marked the only a Ninja 250 had ever won a CMRA Endurance Championship.

Starting in 2008, the WSMC have a class (The Cup) dedicated to the model.


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