Last week, we brought you photos of a carbon fiber clad Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R race bike that was put together by the Japanese brand to help promote the model’s launch, and to give an idea of what to expect from their upcoming spec-series for the quarter-liter screamer.
You liked it. We liked it. The motorcycling internet liked it. And let’s be honest, what isn’t their to like about this new motorcycle when its dripping in go-fast parts and ready to do the thing on any race track you point it at?
Feeling the need for an encore, Kawasaki has released some more photos of its carbon fiber ZX-25R, and naturally we feel obliged to share them with you.
While we are still waiting for Kawasaki to officially launch the Ninja ZX-25R (last word was the launch was delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak), we do know that the Japanese brand hopes to run a spec racing series for the model in its home market.
Designed primarily to skirt around tax and licensing issues in the Asian markets, which prohibit the Kawasaki Ninja 400 model from being an effective option for motorcyclists, it is not expected that the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R will come to Europe or North America.
Then again, considering the buzz that this quarter-liter bike has made with its 17,000 rpm red line and robust features list, we dare say that Team Green could move some units in the Western world if it wanted to.
Until then, these photos below are probably the closest we will get to the 2020 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R. We have left them in their original hi-res format, so you can appropriately drool all over their details (new gallery on the top, old gallery at the bottom).