Join us here at Bridge for the launch of the 2019 Kawasaki range. With a series of significant improvements and all-new models, Kawasaki continues to promise performance for 2019 and beyond.
The night will run from 18:00 till 21:00 and exhibit all the best that Kawasaki has to offer. There will be live demonstrations of both the H2 SX SE+ and the Versys 1000 SE. There will also be the chance to win some great Kawasaki prizes including Motorcycle tour in Germany as well as VIP tickets to a BSB round.
Win a demo for a day
Win a demo for a day is a Bridge exclusive competition. The rules are simple: turn up to the Kawasaki launch night event, claim your free entry at reception and then just enjoy the event. Our standard test ride terms and conditions apply and can be found below
Demo for a Day terms and conditions
Entry takes place on Thursday 21 March only, any entries received after this date will be invalid.
One winner will be selected at random and notified by email or telephone. In the case that the winner is unavailable, or fails to return our call or email within 48 hours, then another winner will be selected in their place.
This prize is for the demonstrator ride only, is non-transferrable and no monetary or goods alternative will be offered.
The demonstrator model will be available for one day only, to be picked up after Bridge Motorcycles opens on the selected date, and returned before the showroom closes that day.
The date and model for the prize to be claimed will be mutually agreed between the prize winner and Bridge Motorcycles.
The prize winner must meet the required riding and licence standards as outlined below;
The prize winner must be aged between 25 and 70 years of age and must have held a full, unrestricted motorcycle licence for at least 1 year.
Rider must not be currently disqualified, or have been previously disqualified within the last 3 years.
Rider must have had no more than 6 penalty points on their licence within the last 3 years.
Rider accepts that any false information given to us will invalidate insurance, leaving the rider liable for the full cost of repair or replacement of the motorcycle, including any third party claims..