Only one month to go until Kawasaki's 2017 K-World Tour kicks off, so if you want a track day, look at booking tickets now.  The first event opens at Lydden Hill, Canterbury on Saturday 10 June.

Between June and July, Kawasaki fans have three chances to get on a full track day run by No Limits, take a demo ride on one of the new 2017 models and see Lee Bowers performing his signature stunt shows.

Event attendance is free, including demo rides, but if you want to test your metal on the track day, prices are as follows:

Saturday 10 June – Lydden Hill – £125 – with Club Kawasaki membership discount – £94

Saturday 8 July – Cadwell Park – £145 – with Club Kawasaki membership discount – £109

Saturday 29 July – Mallory Park – £119 – with Club Kawasaki membership discount – £90

The track day is pre-bookable, with registration between 7.30-8am and a briefing at 8.30am on the day.

To get the discount, it's £29.95 to join the Kawasaki Club. Visit www.club-kawasaki.co.uk for more info. All member bookings need to be made by phone, call 01525 877087.

 

For those not on track, there are a range of Kawasaki's 2017 bikes available for test ride including the new Z900 and Z650, the top-selling Z1000SX and Ninja 650. Also available to take for a spin is the Vulcan S, the brand-new Versys-X 300, Versys 650 and 1000 as well as the sports-focused Ninja ZX-10RR and thrill-seeker ZZR1400. These are bookable on the day.

There's also the chance to meet Team Green riders at the events with JG Speedfit British Superbike rider Luke Mossey at Lydden Hill and Mallory Park and Morello Racing Superstock 1000 rider, Danny Buchan at Cadwell Park.

Places on track are limited so Kawsaki suggest booking now to avoid disappointment via the No Limits website: www.nolimitstrackdays.com

Demo ride requirements:

Clear of all “CD”, “DD” and “DR” offences b: Clear of all other offences including 5 or more points per single offence and/or incurring 7 or more accumulated points

Track day requirements:

Lydden Hill: No licence required, however must have experience of riding chosen bike on track and be over 18. 14+ years accepted with ACU equivalent licence to the size of chosen bike

Cadwell Park: Must be 18+ years and have full unrestricted licence (no points restriction)

Mallory Park:

No licence required, however must have experience of riding chosen bike on track and be over 18. 14+ years accepted with ACU equivalent licence to the size of chosen bike




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