A team of Kawasaki engineers and test riders set a new speed record at this year’s Bonneville Speed Week on a Ninja H2 – with an average speed of 209.442 mph (337.064 km/h).
Team 38, entered its Ninja H2 into the P-PB 1000 class (for production models with supercharged engines up to 1000cc) – and succeeded in setting a new world speed record of 209.442 mph (337.064 km/h) on its Kawasaki Ninja H2.
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If you’ve not heard of Bonneville Speed Week before – essentially it’s a week-long event during which cars and motorcycles get together to challenge world land speed records. The historic event, which has been running for over 100 years, is held each year in August at Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah.