Kawasaki India has recently launched its highly talked about hyperbike the Ninja H2. It is a highly exclusive motorcycle and will be offered in limited numbers.
It is not common for celebrities to buy such high-end motorcycles just as status symbols. Almost every Indian today knows that MS Dhoni is a huge two-wheeler fan and has a huge collection of modern as well as classics.
MS Dhoni has got his eyes on Kawasaki's Ninja H2 and we all know he is a huge motorcycle enthusiast. He is popularly known for the ownership of classic motorcycles like Yamaha's RD350 and several other modern bikes that include the Hellcat as well.
Would it be easy for India's Cricket Team Captain to get a hand on one of these hyperbikes? Kawasaki had announced that only five Ninja H2 will be available during initial phase. There was, however, one motorcycle that had no taking.
Here it is MS Dhoni's Kawasaki Ninja H2 hyperbike being unboxed. The Cricketer recently posted a picture on to his Instagram account stating that his wait seems to be over. We wonder if he will get to ride it as the 2015 Season 8 Indian Premier League begins.
MS Dhoni finally is the proud owner of Ninja H2 and we believe this will be a great addition to his two-wheeler parking lot. We are sure the cricketer will soon treat his fans with a quick and short video of him astride his new Kwacker.
The Kawasaki Ninja H2 has surely cost MS Dhoni a lot of money. In India this hyperbike costs INR 29,00,000 ex-showroom, Delhi. This motorcycle is a direct import and involves even more taxes and duties on it, pushing the price further north.
Kawasaki has provided its hyperbike with an inline four cylinder 998cc supercharged engine. The engine produces a total of 207 horsepower and 133.5 Nm of peak torque. We believe MS Dhoni will have to ride this motorcycle as carefully as he can on Indian roads, if he wishes to do so.
We wonder where Dhoni could ride this motorcycle and if he would like to take anyone pillion on it. Just like you, we too would be waiting to see the Indian captain on board his supercharged Kwacker. Currently you will be able to see him on your television in IPL season 8 as Chennai Super Kings captain.