Kawasaki KX Heritage Goes on Display at San Diego Automotive Museum

Eli Tomac’s championship-winning Kawasaki KX450F is one of several historic Kawasaki KX motorcycles currently on display at the San Diego Automotive Museum.

The following is from Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A., regarding its collection of historic Kawasaki KX motorcycles on display at the San Diego Automotive Museum:

Kawasaki KX
Eli Tomac’s 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship-winning Kawasaki KX450F is one of several historic Kawasaki KX machines on display at the San Diego Automotive Museum through January 2018. PHOTO COURTESY OF KAWASAKI MOTORS CORP., U.S.A.

Foothill Ranch, Calif. (October 4, 2017)–The San Diego Automotive Museum unveiled their “No Roads Required” exhibit on September 22nd that features a diverse lineup of Kawasaki motorcycles over it’s 50 year heritage in the USA. The exhibit features eight historical Kawasaki off-road motorcycles on loan from Kawasaki’s Heritage Hall Museum.

Family, friends and race fans will have the opportunity to get up, close and personal with Kawasaki KX motorcycles from Kawasaki’s decades of racing success, including 2017 AMA Pro Motocross Champion Eli Tomac’s Monster Energy Kawasaki KX450F.

The following Kawasaki KX and non-KX motorcycles will be on display through January 2018 at the San Diego Automotive Museum.

1. 1973 F11m 250cc Motocrosser
2. 1978 KX80 Pre-Production – Frame No.12
3. 1995 KX500 Baja 1000
4. 2000 KX80 – James Stewart Team Green Championship bike
5. 2000 KX250 – Ricky Carmichael AMA Motocross National Championship race bike
6. 2004 KX125 – James Stewart AMA Motocross Championship race bike
7. 2017 KX450 – Eli Tomac AMA Pro Motocross Championship race bike
8. Ninja® H2™R Hybrid – Ricky Gadson Drag Race bike

The San Diego Automotive Museum is located at 2080 Pan American Plaza in San Diego and is open daily from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm.

For more information, visit https://www.sdautomuseum.org.