Kawasaki Ninja family is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. |


Published on February 12th, 2014 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Kawasaki Ninja family is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.


Even though young riders might have already raised an eyebrow, the first Ninja debuted back in 1984 (same year as the Macintosh computers). The father of all Ninjas was the GPZ900R and it set the pace for many generations of high-performance sport bikes to come. Kawasaki has also prepared a new Ninja logo, and unveiled the anniversary badge during an event held in Barcelona, Spain, when the 2014 KRT Superbike team and machines were introduced to the press.

“Ninja is uncompromising and seeks to be the best in terms of image and performance. From our entry level machines in the learner category all the way to the mighty Ninja ZX-10R that forms the basis of our Championship winning WSBK machine, the essence of what makes Kawasaki so distinctive as a brand is ably displayed by our Ninja family of motorcycles.


Across Europe in 2014, we hope to reinvigorate memories of famous past machines and successes on track while shining a light on current activities and even future developments.  If you once owned, currently own or are simply just keen to discover more about the Kawasaki spirit then our Ninja 30 celebration plans are focused on you,” Toshiaki Tani, Sales Promotion Senior Manager added.

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