Kawasaki Launch ‘Kawasaki Riders Club UK’

The Kawasaki Riders Club will be re-launched next week at the Carole Nash Motorcycle Live event at the NEC, with some great benefits for club members, including the chance to ride the new Ninja ZX-10R in Spain.

Other benefits include BSB and World Superbike opportunities, a choice of free gifts for joining members, discounts on track days and genuine Kawasaki accessories, plus ride-out events and GO, a new high-quality, exclusive magazine.

To be launched on the Kawasaki stand at the upcoming Carole Nash Motorcycle Live event at Birmingham’s NEC, all new members signed up during the nine day show will also be in the running for an “all expenses paid” Spanish trackday experience riding the awesome new Ninja ZX-10R.

Annual membership for the Kawasaki Riders Club will cost just £20 and anyone signing up at the NEC will also get an extra month’s subscription, a choice of free gift plus the opportunity to spend some time in the Kawasaki VIP area at the show. With access to a new Kawasaki Riders Club website , members can see details of all planned KRC events, member discounts and other activities.

Racing fans can look forward to other benefits at British Superbike events in 2011 including a dedicated Kawasaki Riders Club parking area, helmet and leathers storage, priority pit walks plus the chance to learn the secrets of each track with Kawasaki’s top riders. At the Silverstone World Superbike race, Kawasaki Riders Club members will have their own grandstand area, bike demos, actual tracktime and an amazing opportunity to meet the WSB riders and team personnel.

As if that were not enough, Kawasaki Riders Club members will also gain exclusive access to the 2012 new season models first in a special event at next year’s Carole Nash Motorcycle Live event, plus a raft of other ‘money can’t buy’ opportunities.

Visit the Kawasaki stand (R630 in hall 3a) from Saturday 27th November through to Sunday 5th December inclusive to learn more, and to enjoy the exclusive launch offer.

Alternatively, visit the website and take a look around – Kawasaki Riders Club

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