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Below is information about an event being held at the Kawasaki HQ in Orange County, CA. I thought some of those that are local may wish to go.

Event: Kawasaki Koffee Break Meeting
Date: March 28, 2015
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00pm
Women's Panel Discussion: 11:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Kawasaki USA's Irvine HQ
9950 Jeronimo Road, Irvine, CA 92618

Come and join Kawasaki for a "Koffee Break" that celebrates Women in Motorcycling during Women's History Month.

Visit Kawasaki USA's Irvine HQ where you can tour the Kawasaki Heritage Hall Museum, take a Kawasaki street bike demo ride*, learn valuable skills in our Motorcycle 101 seminars, enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages, purchase the latest Kawasaki apparel, win prizes in our charity raffle and meet some of the most influential women in motorcycling.

Women In Motorcycling Panel:

Jessica Prokup - Owner of Yellow Devil Gear Exchange/Former Editor of RoadBike Magazine
Danielle Diaz - AMA Pro 600 Superstock Racer
Mary McGee - Motorcycle Racing Pioneer
Sasha Rojas - East Side Moto Babes/Motorcycling Advocate
Ariana Escalante - Professional Actress and TV Host
Susan Carpenter - Automotive Critic for the Orange County Register

We'll also have new 2015 Kawasaki products on display, including the new Vulcan® S with ERGO-FIT™. Visit Kawasaki's ERGO-FIT station and see for yourself how our unique combination of adjustable components allows riders of different statures find the ERGO-FIT that's just right.

Help Kawasaki support a cause that is close to our hearts. The Mike Thomas Fund at Emory Hospital Winship Cancer Center helps families fighting cancer get a better chance at winning their battles. Sadly, longtime Kawasaki employee and friend Mike Thomas lost his own battle but his legacy continues. Help us raise funds in his memory by purchasing a raffle ticket for just $1.

Follow Kawasaki USA on Facebook for updates.

* To take a street bike demo ride you must have valid MC License and proper riding gear (helmet, gloves, closed-toe shoes, long pants, long sleeve shirt or jacket and eye protection).

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