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2007 Kawasaki Zx6 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:17885 ColorColor: Silver

Brea, California

Brea, CA
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2007 Kawasaki ZX6, Real nice ZX6. Come see it before its gone - This is the silver bullet. Yoshi exhaust. You will love this bike. Priced right and wont last long

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Isle of Man TT 2014: Monster Supersport TT 2 Results

Wed, 04 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Michael Dunlop led from start to finish to win the second Supersport TT race, giving him 10 TT victories in his career, tying him with the likes of Giacomo Agostini. Dunlop also joins sidecar racer Robert Fisher, Ian Lougher and Stanley Woods with 10 wins apiece, all tied for seventh overall on the all-time wins list. Riding his MD Racing Honda CBR600RR, Dunlop got off to a strong start, recording a time of 17:55.817 on the opening lap, giving him a 4.6-second advantage over fellow Honda rider Bruce Anstey.

Why restore as standard when you can do this?

Wed, 22 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Spotted this delicious Z1000 on bubblevisor’s site, the other day. It is living proof that metallic brown paint is the new black. As is the case with some of these blog sites, there’s very little or no information about the bike, just a pic.

Report: Dorna to Replace Superstock Classes with More Stock-Inspired WSBK and New 250cc Class

Mon, 07 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The coming World Superbike racing season may be the last to feature Superstock classes as series promoter Dorna tries to differentiate its WSBK and MotoGP properties. According to Italian outlet Motosprint, Dorna plans to rewrite the World Superbike and Supersport class rulebooks for the 2014 season to make the race bikes closer to their respective production models. This would create further separation between WSBK and MotoGP, with Superbike racing moving closer to its production-based roots while prototypes racing in the GP series.