Launching confidently into the 2022 season, Kawasaki will offer eight off-road machines across a range of sizes and disciplines from first two-wheeler and junior MX machines all the way to MX2 and MXGP class machines plus two enduro/trail specified mounts.
Greg Aranda has signed up with Kawasaki's factory backed Arenacross racing effort to compete in the Pro class aboard a KX450 for the upcoming six round series.
The KX450 has always been built with one goal in mind: to put riders on the top step of the podium. With over 40 years of KX heritage, Kawasaki now delivers an unrivalled expert category machine with a stronger engine mounted in the leanest chassis to date.
Kawasaki has just unveiled its eagerly awaited 2018 model year MX2 class racing machine with a host of changes for the coming season, and it’s the most technically advanced yet.