So what happens when a company like Kawasaki Heavy Industries decides that enough is enough, and that sometimes lawyers need to just step aside and let engineers have some freedom to do their jobs? Well, it looks like the answer is the 2012 ZX-14R. Read more…
Exclusive Dragbike.com interview by Brock Davidson with Kawasaki’s Jeff Herzog on some of the finer performance aspects of the 2012 ZX-14R.
Over the next few months this page will be your source for ZX-14R News and Performance Testing Results.
As we post this article, Brock Davidson is on location in Orlando for Dragbike.com covering the Media Release of the 2012 Kawasaki ZX-14R. Brock will be producing a series of articles for Dragbike.com chronicling his development of this new bike, from the engineering of new performance products, to testing and development, to on-track competition.
“We are excited to sneak a peek on Monday to see the engineering developments Kawasaki has made to the showroom-stock machine,” continued Brock. “We are equally as excited to begin our development process to see what the real potential of this bike is – both on the track and on the street, as the average consumer would bolt-on their own mods. Now all we have to do is convince Kawasaki that it’s a good idea also!” “Dragbike.com readers are going to be in for a great ride. This is going to be fun.”
Until we are able to dig into this bike, we have an account of Rickey Gadson’s recent testing with this motorcycle and Kawasaki’s Official Media release of the 2012 Kawasaki ZX-14R. Enjoy!