Kawasaki donate $16000 motorcycle to Boys Town California

Kawasaki donate $16000 motorcycle to Boys Town California 

Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. recently announced they will donate the last produced 30th Anniversary Edition 2015 Kawasaki Ninja® ZX™-14R to an auction for Boys Town California. The annual Night of Hope event will be held at The Resort at Pelican Hill, in Newport Beach, CA, on 17th October. There were 300 of these Ninjas produced to celebrate 30 years of production, this, as stated being the final one available to collectors. This collectors piece is painted the same Firecracker Red and Metallic Greystone as it’s 1984 original, the Ninja 900R. It will be fitted with 30th anniversary logos with the badge number 300 on the fuel tank. It also features gold brake calipers with gold pinstriping. The production run, limited to 300, is exclusive to the USA, obviously making this a very sought after machine.

Boys Town California operate a series of homes in California for kids who cannot return to their families due to abuse or neglect. They also provide community services to help keep family units together. Last year the Night of Hope raised over $130000, all going directly to Boys Town, the goal this year being to raise over $180000.  The motorcycle has an estimated MSRP of $16000, but event organizers are expecting over 300 guests, mostly wealthy business owners from Orange County. The feeling is that with a bike so steeped in history, so limited edition, the $16000 will be blown away. Good luck Boys Town California with the event,  excellent work Kawasaki on the sponsorship and let’s hope the guests at the event dig deep, for a great and truly valuable cause.
 
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