Kawasaki Ruled the 2011 Scottish Motorcycle ShowNews | March 18, 2011
One of the star guests of the recently concluded Scottish Motorcycle Show was Stuart Easton. Stuart Easton is the triumphant biker of the Macau Grand Prix of 2010 and is also famous as a Hawick rider. The Royal Highland Center hosted the show. The Royal Highland Center is located in Ingliston close to Edinburgh. It was a two day show taking place during the weekend, on Saturday, Sunday. This show is known to start the Scottish biking season. It plays the host to bike enthusiasts and riders not only from Scotland, but also from northern parts of England. The people taking part in this event get the chance of meeting great personalities of the biking industry and also see some of the world’s most stunning motorcycle models.
This year’s event was special for the fans of Kawasaki Motorcycles. They got the chance of discussing the technical specifications of the new launches of the company with the company officials present at the show. Kawasaki has introduced a number of new models of road motorcycles in 2011. However, the show also had some of the popular older models from the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer.
The Ninja ZX10R Supersport bike was one of the highlights of this year’s show. This machine was filled with useful features like high-tech traction control, ABS braking, 3-way power mode setting etc. It was loved by all the biking enthusiasts coming to the show. Stuart Easton visited the show on the opening day. He shared his experience with the people who gathered at the event.
Among all the stands, the Kawasaki stand appeared to be one of the most popular one. Both days of the show saw a significant crow gathering around the Kawasaki stand. The Scottish Region Sales Manager of Kawasaki, Craig Watson commented that they know that committed fans of Supersport selected the Ninja as the star of the show; but the company had even more in offer for bike lovers.