Kawasaki's Humble Beginnings
American Kawasaki Motorcycle Corp. landed stateside in March 1966 and raced into the power sports industry. From humble Chicago beginnings, the factory team began negotiations with several US companies and started distributing the first bikes, like the W1 in 1967, followed by the rotary valve twins Avenger and Samurai.
In 1968, American Kawasaki and Eastern Kawasaki Motorcycle Corp., which handled the east coast distribution, merged and became what we now know as Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. The Mach III 500 cc two-stroke triple emerged in 1969 and Kawasaki was here to stay. Of course, no one can forget that first Ninja sport bike that instantly became the must have in the mid-1980s. Year after year Kawasaki defined itself and redefined itself as a top competitor in the world of off-road sports and motocross style bikes.
The Kawasaki ATV
Kawasaki first introduced the KLT200 - a three-wheeled ATV - into the market in 1981. The first four-wheeler debuted in 1985 and was called the Bayou 185. The Bayou 300 4x4, Kawasaki's first ATV 4-wheel drive, found traction in 1989.
Kawasaki OEM ATV Parts
MotoSport carries Kawasaki OEM ATV parts for the very first 4-wheeler, the Bayou 185, as well as the company's other models from 1985 - the KLT series and the Tecate. Kawasaki's Bayou series became a mainstay for years after and since then the company used innovation and technology to improve on past models and create new ones.
MotoSport has OEM parts for Kawasaki ATVs for every year since the Bayou emerged including the latest for the KFX models. So, when you need genuine OEM parts for Kawasaki ATVs look no further than MotoSport. Our OEM Kawasaki ATV parts arrive direct from the factory and keep the stock look and feel you want on your 4-wheeler.
At MotoSport you'll be able to find the Kawasaki ATV parts you need, from the stock OEM carburetor to a perfect color-matched Kawasaki red fender. Next time you take your Bayou, Brute Force or Mojave past the limits, check out our OEM Kawasaki ATV parts.