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12 Laguna Seca United States 2007 MotoGP
31 Losail Circuit Qatar 2007 MotoGP
5 Sachsenring Germany 2006 MotoGP
16 Donington Park Great Britain 2006 MotoGP
36 Nelson Piquet Rio 2004 MotoGP
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30 Assen Netherlands 2002 MotoGP
30 Catalunya 2002 MotoGP
15 Jerez Spain 2002 MotoGP
3 Phillip Island Australia 2012 MotoGP
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Kawasaki's Next ZX-10R? Our Tech Editor shares what he expects to see in Kawasaki's next ZX-10R.

Kawasaki's Next ZX-10R? Our Tech Editor shares what he expects to see in Kawasaki's next ZX-10R.

Let's imagine that rumors of a new or updated Kawasaki ZX-10R for 2016 are true. To imagine this, we must set aside the present poor state of the market, and also this other rumor—that at least one other maker has a new liter-bike designed but cannot for the moment afford to tool it for...

Published on July 26 2015, 14:51
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

First Impressions: The Kawasaki Ninja 1000 by Brandon Jackson for webBikeWorld.com Background A few weeks ago, in April (2016), I had the unfortunate circumstance of experiencing a lowside crash on my 2006 Triumph Sprint 1050. It was one of those instances where you just don't anticipate the... 

The idea of disc brakes is very old, going back at least to the strange and wonderful Frederick Lanchester who, like Luis Alvarez half a century later, shed useful and practical ideas like trees shed leaves in fall. The attractive thing about disc brakes is that thermal expansion cannot distort... 

As I looked over the results from this past weekend's opening round of the 2014 FIM Superbike World Championship at Phillip Island, big questions popped out. From the start, race 1 looked like an Aprilia show. Despite the departure of race manager Gigi Dall'Igna to Ducati, the RSV4 Factory is a... 

It's been two years since we summoned together the superpowers of the sportbike world. In that time the , ,, and have either been heavily revised or completely overhauled. These changes beg a reinspection into the pecking order of world's premier street-legal superbikes. Can Japan wrest away the... 

A small-arms race! What fun! (Not to be confused with a small arms race; behold the power of the hyphen!) The Kawasaki Ninja 250 had been the best-selling sportbike in the U.S. and pretty much ruled the 250cc sportbike class until the Honda CBR250R got here two seasons ago and dethroned it in a... 

Ducati's 1199 Panigale, with its radical 112 x 60.8mm bore and stroke and equally radical Vincent-like "frameless" construction, was a new model a year ago. It was raced in Superstock 1000 to prepare for its debut this season in the Superbike World Championship, and rumors are flying. I was... 

There is no doubt that the 1000cc V-4 of the Aprilia RSV4 is one of the most exotic and successful engines on the recent motorcycle scene. Its 65-degree vee angle makes it unique. This layout, though incorrect in view of the laws that define the primary and secondary order balance of a V-4...