Launch of the Ninja 300 Race Series

Canadian Kawasaki Motors is proud to announce a new race track initiative featuring its popular performer, the Ninja 300 sport bike. The new program will feature lightly modified Ninja 300s competing in conjunction with the MOPAR CSBK National roadracing Championship Series, organized by Toronto’s Professional Motorsport Productions. Kawasaki’s new three-year program starts with an invitational showcase event held in conjunction with the final, traditional season-ending doubleheader of the 2015 MOPAR CSBK National tour at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, August 14-17. The 2015 event at the famed venue, formerly known as Mosport, will include two Ninja 300 race events, one Saturday, one Sunday. These races will feature more than 20, identically prepared Ninja 300s, ridden by invited VIPs, famous Kawasaki pilots and Canadian motorcycle press.


Starting in 2016, Kawasaki will sponsor and support the series at each and every round of the MOPAR CSBK tour, Canada-wide. Amateur competitors can utilize existing Ninja 300 machinery, or build their own bikes using affordable spec kits.

The required, updated “spec” components for the new Series have already undergone extensive testing at several Canadian venues, utilizing the set-up expertise of Accelerated Technologies boss John Sharrard and Rob Egan of Brooklin Cycle Racing.

New generation Dunlop DOT rubber will be used on the Ninjas developed during the fall of 2014 in conjunction with Canadian Dunlop race tire distributor Pro 6 Cycle. The Dunlop Sportmax Alpha 13 rubber will be available at each National venue, along with the other slick and DOT Dunlop race rubber options.


Famed Canadian pipe builder Hindle Racing has designed a new exhaust and hanger bracket that will be the required component for the series, the Titanium Evolution muffler providing that race bike sound. Hindle Racing will also provide front and rear stands for trackside use with the Kawasaki Ninja 300 race-kitted machines.

Further details regarding the series will be released over the coming months, including kit information for riders who want to build their own Ninja 300 racers.