Kawasaki "Ticket to Ride" demo program

Guided street rides of 18 Kawasaki models

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, May. 24, 2010
Kawasaki is launching a new demo ride program in different markets around the United States.

The Kawasaki “Ticket to Ride” demo program will arrive in New Jersey in mid-June, followed by stops in Maryland, Illinois, North Carolina, Georgia and Washington state. The program has already held events in California and Texas.

Each event will include guided street rides for up to 250. Dealers will reach out to existing customers and qualified prospects to take part. Interested riders can sign up with participating dealers. Any remaining slots will be open to walk-up participants.

“We know that a test ride often plays a major role in the purchase decision, and we’re working with our dealers to help make that happen,” says Chris Brull, Kawasaki’s marketing director. “This is an easy way for our dealers to get involved in an outreach program which is likely to provide tangible results.”

Kawasaki's "Ticket to Ride" program offers demo rides of 18 models including the Z1000.

Kawasaki will provide full support for weekend demo rides of 18 models: Ninja ZX-14, ZX-10R, ZX-6R, Z1000, Concours 14 ABS, ER6n, Ninja 650R, Versys, Ninja 250R, KLR650, Vulcan 2000 Classic LT, Vulcan 1700 Voyager ABS, Vulcan 1700 Classic, Vulcan 1700 Classic LT, Vulcan 1700 Nomad, Vulcan 900 Classic LT, Vulcan 900 Classic and the Vulcan 900 Custom. Participants will be able to test up to three models.

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