Kawasaki Ninja H2R Steetfighter by AD Koncept

Dreams are free fun, they say, so then, why not daring to break the boundaries of what the world usually sees as “common”? If you’re ready to take a step on the wild side, here’s a machine which is as crazy as it is exclusivist and hard to get: a naked, streetfighter version of the Kawasaki H2R, delivered by AD Koncept.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R streetfighter 2 photos
Photo: AD Koncept
Kawasaki Ninja H2R streetfighter
Of course, this is only photo manipulation, as the new Ninja machinery is still being expected to reach its customers in significant numbers. That is in the dozens zone, as with the very small runs the house of Akashi said it would deliver make both the street-legal H2 and the H2R track beast a very hard-to-get treat.

A yay or nay matter

Anyway, it’s really nice to see which way the designers’ creativity is heading for, especially when it comes to working with bikes which are insanely rare. AD Koncept’s take on the H2R is a rather bold one, as the French designers have abandoned all the carefully shaped F1-like bodywork of the supercharged racer and brought forth a stripped down version which is either yay or nay, with a third option not seeming possible.

Only a tiny section of the front cowl remained in place, and the commanding air intake of the bike, with the beautiful green trellis frame voluptuously and ostentatiously displayed. Not sure how comfy making use of the bike’s 300 hp without a windshield feels like, though…

Make sure you check out our Kawasaki Ninja H2 and H2R live photos from EICMA 2014.
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