The Kawasaki Triples Bible

All road models 1968-1980, plus H1R and H2R racers in profile

The Kawasaki Triples Bible
$60.00
Format: Paperback / softback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781845849818
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Description

The Kawasaki Triples Bible covers the entire production of three cylinder two-strokes from 1968 to 1980, featuring a year-by-year breakdown of bike specs, including the KH250, 350 S2, KH400, H1 500 and H2 750 models.

The book is llustrated with hundreds of archive photographs and period advertisements. It includes personal memories from some of the racers and tuners who got the best from the fearsome H1R 500 and H2R machines in Europe and the USA, as well as road riders who owned the triples back in the 1970s.

There are technical tips and advice from experienced Kawasaki triple enthusiasts and club members worldwide, plus information from some early dealers in the Kawasaki marque. The book also contains useful advice on spares availability, tuning, and future market values, and tries to capture the essence of what made the Kawasaki triples the most rebellious, kick-ass two-strokes of their time. This unique book is an invaluable resource for any collector, restorer, or just a fan of these fabulous two-stroke motorcycles.

The author

Riding motorcycles from 1975, Alastair Walker has tested classic Vincents and 190mph Suzuki Hayabusas. He has toured New Zealand, Oregon, California and most of Europe by motorcycle and followed the Paris-Dakar rally as a journalist in 2001. His favourite motorcycle in 30 years of biking was his Honda 400/4 as "it was the first bike I ever did the magic ton on and got my knee down whilst riding. Fabulous '70s classic." With more than 2,500 features published on motorcycles, cars and scooters worldwide, Alastair has written for the Manchester Evening News, Bike, T.W.O. Classic Bike Guide, MSL, Classic Mechanics, NZ Motorcycle Trader, Dealernews USA, and edited online magazine www.insidebikes.com from 2000 to 2007. His books include Scooterama and The Cafe Racer Phenomenon.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781845849818
Illustrations: 150 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.25 in x 9.75 in / 209.55 mm x 247.65 mm
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