Kawasaki have announced updates to their Z900RS, Ninja 125 and Z125 for 2021, with all three models getting fresh colours.
Inspired by the Z1 Super Four series of machines between 1972 and 1976, the Z900RS matches a swathe of styling sentiment with up to date technology, electronic rider aids and chassis compliance carefully matching classic looks with modern convenience.
The four-cylinder 109bhp retro naked keeps the 2020 Candytone Green design, and a new black and grey ‘Ebony’ design and a ‘Metallic Spark Black’ design joins the lineup.
Kawasaki say that the machines will begin to arrive in dealerships during December.
The Japanese factory are also showing off the new Ninja 125 range for the new season.
Sharing the same A2-friendly engine of the Z125, the bikes are designed to cater for riders holding either a CBT certificate or A1 licence, powered by a 125cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke single producing around 15bhp.
The new design will mimic larger sports bikes in Kawasaki’s range, with splashes of green, red, black and white all included.
The Ninja 125 will not be available until May 2021, in a Lime Green / Ebony / Pearl Blizzard White colour way for the new season.
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