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1972 Kawasaki H1 Mach Iii 500 on 2040-motos

YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:4 ColorColor: Green
Location:

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
1972 Kawasaki H1 MACH III 500, image 1

Kawasaki H1 MACH III 500 photos

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Kawasaki H1 MACH III 500 tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):500 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Kawasaki H1 MACH III 500 description

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Dennis Charlett is stamping his authority on the New Zealand Superbike championship. The 45 year-old father of five and grandfather of three (no, those aren’t typos) won the first three races of the season during the series opener in Christchurch, placing him firmly at the top of the points standings heading into round two at Levels Raceway, near Timaru. The championship favorite certainly got the wake-up call as Taupo’s Suzuki rider Scott Moir raced to a convincing win in Saturday’s Superbike race, while Charlett was forced to settle for fourth place.

Kawasaki May Soon Reveal Naked Ninja 250 for Asia

Tue, 15 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Kawasaki will unveil a new naked version of the Ninja 250 this month, reports TMCBlog.com. The Malaysian Indonesian blog first published a sketch back in October of a new motorcycle believed to be a new model based on the Ninjette to be called either the ER250 or the Z250. TMCBlog.com now reports Kawasaki will be announced before the end of January, quoting Freddyanto Basuki, marketing manager of Kawasaki Motor Indonesia.

Snowjob

Sun, 05 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Is the current weather causing your commute a bit of problem? Sounds like a job for the Snowjob. Pictured here using a Kawasaki, the Snowjob conversion system turns your motorcycle into a jumping, wheelieing snowcycle in less than four hours. Derek Hine designed the Snowjob back in '73, but it looks like it could be just as handy today.