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Two great memberships for the price of one!

Club Kawasaki and RAC have put together a unique offer that combines 12 months Club Kawasaki and 12 months Kawasaki Assist for one great price from £70.00* (A monthly payment option is available, please click below for full information).

Membership of Club Kawasaki normally costs £29.95 and includes:

  • Annual VIP members event
  • Annual subscription to receive the Members only magazine Club
  • Benefit from discounts on official Kawasaki clothing, merchandise and track days
  • British Superbikes benefits
  • Unlimited access to Club Kawasaki members website and forums
  • Local & Regional Member Benefits
  • K.Rider App
  • History Key
Purchase your cover here...

What if you bought your motorcycle second hand and it is more than 12 months old?

You can still buy Kawasaki Assist including KRC membership providing your motorcycle is less than 5 years old from £70.00*.

*Price shown is based upon single personal based cover on Roadside and Recovery on an annual continuous payment basis. Prices may vary if payment is by other methods or if other cover combinations are selected. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and is only available to new RAC customers.
Breakdown provided by RAC Motoring Services Registered No 01424399 and/or RAC Insurance Ltd Registered No 2355834. Registered in England; Registered Offices: RAC House, Brockhurst Crescent, Walsall WS5 4AW. RAC Motoring Services is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. RAC Insurance Ltd is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.