Last year, Kawasaki and Motorcycle Live teamed up to give one lucky visitor the chance to win a brand-new Ninja ZX-4RR.

After thousands of entries, Kawasaki is pleased to announce that new biker Rachel McFarlane is the winner, having her new machine delivered earlier this month.

Since its launch in 2024, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4RR has received rave reviews across the globe, and visitors to the 2023 Motorcycle Live Show were treated to a special display of the all-new supersport machine. Alongside road-ready versions to sit on, the Kawasaki stand partnered with Moto Trainer to have four machines linked up to their innovative simulator and launched the exciting new Tracker Kawasaki British Superteen series.

For a chance to enter the competition, visitors simply needed to visit the Motorcycle Live website and answer a multiple-choice question. Following thousands of entries, new motorcyclist Rachel McFarlane was chosen at random, and the bike will now be sitting in pride of place in her garage while she completes her full test!

Rachel said: “I still can’t believe I’ve won! This is such an amazing opportunity, and I’m still pinching myself that I’ve won my dream motorbike. I’ve only just begun my motorcycle journey and am currently working towards my full licence so while it’s still a little while until I can take it out, I go into the garage every day to just sit on it and imagine riding it! I just want to say a massive thank you to everyone involved at Kawasaki. From the first phone call from Craig saying I’d won to my prize being delivered by Lawrence (who was so lovely and put me at ease and answered all my questions), they have done everything they can to ensure I could keep the bike stored until I’m able to ride it and I cannot thank you enough. I’m so grateful!”

Craig Watson, Sales and Marketing Manager for Kawasaki Motors UK: “The response to our Motorcycle Live stand, the Ninja ZX-4RR, and our competition has been incredible, and it’s fantastic to see that a brand new rider was our winner. Rachel is already making plans for how she’ll use the bike, and we look forward to seeing how she gets on with her biking journey.”