Kawasaki Ninja H2 totalled post unfortunate crash

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Kawasaki Ninja H2 Accident - 3

What you see here in this image are the remains of a Kawasaki Ninja H2. No specific details are available about this crash, one of the first such reported accidents for the supercharged H2. The bike met its ill-fated end as its rider totalled it in an unfortunate crash. A photograph shared by Sandeep Halvadiya on Facebook shows the silver-mirror painted Kawasaki Ninja H2 lying on the ground with its front end totally decimated.

As the photograph reveals, the crash is clearly the result of the front wheel slamming into some sort of a barrier after the rider having lost control. The rim, as evident, took a bashing, and got bent. The impact, in the meantime took the front fork out of its pivot, leaving the bike in a visibly irreparable state. In our estimation, this thing will never roll again.

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We saw one of the examples of this beautiful motorcycle in person as we met an Indian owner of the H2 for a user review and loved the way the machine looked. In that context, the sight of smashed silver mirror finish panels lying next to the fallen beast is absolutely heart-wrenching. The whereabouts of the incident are still unknown but looking at the number plate, it can be conclusively said that the motorcycle is not one of the five units that are currently rolling on the Indian roads.

The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a Japanese masterpiece which is powered by a 998 cc in-line four cylinder supercharged engine, capable of delivering 200 PS of power. The motorcycle is priced at a whopping Rs 35 lakh in India.

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  • MinistryOfSuperbike says:

    I thought the rider was ok? I saw the owner of the bike said so. It’s the only demo bike they have.

  • Thank you for sharing. We earnestly hope and pray that the injured rider recovers soon.

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  • Yusuf says:

    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.

  • Shubham mewara says:

    Whose name is not familiar with motorcycle accidents expensive or cheap motor , the motor or motors class petty sharks can all happen indiscriminately . As happened in the two motors Ninja H2 , the motor of hundreds of millions of dollars could hanvur immediately after the crash. Two events at two different places , namely in the UK and southern Africa .Top image top and middle happening in South Africa , while drawing most bwah occurred in Ingrris , both riders reported by Superbike magazine in conditions baik2 be just the bike is destroyed , if this condition is going to be junk dech … it could be the most expensive motorcycle wreck nich .