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Kawasaki is a large company, but makes some of the most awesome motorcycles around, from the orignal Z900 to their current range of Ninja sportbikes and cruisers. Show us a photo of a Kawasaki motorcycle, cruiser, sportbike, naked, whatever. The bike needs to be in the shot and be a Kawasaki, but otherwise the shot is up to you.
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Wednesday, 20th June, 2012 (GMT)
Wednesday, 27th June, 2012 – Tuesday, 3rd July, 2012 (GMT)
Wednesday, 4th July, 2012 – Tuesday, 10th July, 2012 (GMT)
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Twin flying (baby) Kawasakis. My daughter on a KX 80cc and son on a Kawasaki KX65cc at the NZ Junior Nationals. My son won several national titles and daughter went on to win NZ, Australian, Oceania, American and 2 World Championships!
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