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The World's Fastest Bike now in Dubai!

Liberty Automobiles Company, the exclusive authorised dealer of Kawasaki in the UAE, has launched the stunning new Kawasaki Ninja H2, the world's first and fastest supercharged bike at the Guld Bike Week.

This bike has only one purpose in life: to give you the most exciting and exhilarating performance. It’s so quick it demands the razor-sharp reactions of an experienced rider. It’s a machine you must take seriously.

Its 998cc, four-cylinder engine uses a supercharger to produce no less than 207bhp when “ram-air” is taken into account.

This ferocious, supercharged missile develops more power than a MotoGP racebike, and accelerates with comparable force. Although the Ninja H2 is frantic fun on track, and should make a respectably comfortable one-person roadburner, it’s as demanding as it is expensive, Like its namesake of 43 years ago, this H2 was created to give exciting and exhilarating performance – and emphatically provides exactly that.

The Ninja H2R costs a lot and we have absolutely no idea where you might ride it. It’s an insane bike – and, as a way of generating adrenalin, in a class of its own.


Kawasaki Ninja H2 (2015)

Tested: 998cc four-cylinder supercharged four-stroke, six-speed gearbox

Price/on sale: Yet to be reveled.

Power/torque: 197bhp (207bhp with ram-air) @ 11,000rpm/98lb ft @ 10,500rpm

Top speed: 186mph

Range: 120 miles @ 35mpg (estimated)

Verdict: Outrageously hard-accelerating, beautifully styled and intricately engineered supercharged four that is expensive, impractical and uniquely thrilling to ride

Indian ODI and T20 cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's love and passion for biking is known to everyone. In fact, he has also been associated with the Bike Festival of India since its first edition. As far as his collection goes, he owns a bunch of exclusive bikes like the Confederate Hellcat X132, Ducati 1098, Kawasaki Ninja ZX14R, Harley Davidson Fatboy, and Yamaha YZF600 Thundercat among others - shows just how big a biking enthusiast he really is. Anyway, the latest addition to Captain Cool's garage is the newly launched Kawasaki Ninja H2, which, currently, is India's fastest bike.

Seriously, mean in its black-chrome mirrored finish, the new H2 looks like something never seen before and sets new standards in its class in terms of style, technology and performance. ‘Built Beyond Belief’, as goes the slogan.