Tag Archives: Kawasaki Classic Bikes

During the mid 60s Kawasaki led the world in two-stroke race technology, the pinnacle of this arguable being the 125cc KR-3 V four two stroke.

 

Kawasaki offered two smaller triples that followed the same general format established by the Mach III.

 

History tells us that the first machine that we now know as a Superbike was the CB750 and if you look no further in the annals of time…

 

If the arrival of the H1 triple had established Kawasaki as a manufacturer of performance motorcycles the H2 750cc triple confirmed it.

 

The world of the Superbike is a fast moving one. The pace began to warm up around the late 60's, gathering momentum throughout the following decade and really…

 

The bike that opened Kawasaki's account in the madness stakes, the 500cc H1, is quite a rare find these days and even harder to drop of the important…

 

Richard Young took possession of the KT250 as a well-used and abused yet complete, competition machine in 1998. It was languishing in a mates garage and he knew…