Kawasaki Ninja H2 crash: More images and details emerge, another crash reported

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Kawasaki Ninja H2 Demo Bike Crashed - South Africa

New image of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 crash in South Africa

Our earlier report of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 crash caught great attention and sparked a debate on whether such ultra powerful superbikes are safe for public roads. The details about the location of the crash were earlier unknown. While some readers expressed their concern about the condition of the rider, a few pointed out the location of the crash. After some research and comparing the new photographs shared by our followers with the earlier image, we found out that both the snaps were of the same Kawasaki Ninja H2 and the crash indeed took place in South Africa.

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First image of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 crash

According to the latest inputs from SuperBike Magazine, the rider of the above Kawasaki Ninja H2 is alive and recovering after sustaining injuries from the crash. The motorcycle, however, has been damaged beyond repair and it is unlikely that this particular example of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 will hit the roads again.

Edit: In the meantime, here’s a comment we got on our previous post from someone who knows the rider

Hi there Suvil,
Thank you for being the only concerned person to ask about the rider, hence I chose to respond to you!
It happened in Durban, South Africa on Sunday, 7 June 2015.
He is in the intensive care ward still in critical condition. Please may I ask all to keep him in their prayers.

We earnestly hope and pray that the injured rider recovers soon enough.

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Accident - 2

Another crash of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 which reportedly claimed the rider’s life

Meanwhile, another crash report of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 has been reported from Croatia. Rene Amistani reports that a Kawasaki Ninja H2 rider lost control on the mountain roads and crashed into two bicycles. Amistani also reported that the 46 year old rider was not so lucky and could not survive the crash.

The sight of these crashed examples of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 are heart-wrenching and loss of life in such mishaps is indeed grieving. You can add your thoughts about these wrecked motorcycles through comments below. We will soon start a new thread to invite your thoughts on a highly debatable and controversial topic. Stay tuned!

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  • Hypersonic says:

    Its quite funny that you ridicule me and write the same thing what I was meaning in your words buddy buddy….

    I still stand by my statement, Indian roads are yet not suitable for more than 250cc 2 wheelers. This is coming from someone who OWNS a “superbike” and I have traveled and ridden bikes to other places apart from India to see the roads there. They have a special driving school for superbikes.

  • asfaque says:

    Haha…buddy i am from India and it looks strange to me when you speak like this. I think you haven't got out your home for a long while. All over the world, roads are having pits so stop complaining about roads. We Indians don't follow the rules properly as the Europeans and western people. Because of that accidents happent and not bcoz of road. FYI, there are thousands of super bikes are there in India.

  • krishan Adhikari says:

    It is very important that the rider devlop the skills over a period of time to handle such a powerful bike. In many cases the first bike a rider owns is a 1600 cc bike and i would say that it is not a good idea as the person in question does not have the skill to ride such a powerful bike. God bless the unfortunate riders in the crash and I wish them speedy recovery.

  • That’s not correct Jeannie

  • Jeannie says:

    As far as I’m concerned India only allows motorcycles up to 250 cc ?