Kawasaki KR 500 1980 Replica

Kawasaki KR 500 1980 Replica

In 1980, Kawasaki and its Japanese designer Kinuo Hiramatsu set out to build a 500cc 4 cylinder Grand Prix, to participate in the 500 cc world speed championship. 3 prototypes will emerge. These revolutionary motorcycles use a chassis with a monocoque aluminium frame,...
Kawasaki H1R – 1970 (Sold)

Kawasaki H1R – 1970 (Sold)

  The racing bikes of the 1970s are the most popular with collectors, and among these, the most sought after are the Kawasaki 500 cc H1R. Produced in limited numbers, the Kawasaki H1R arrived in Europe in early 1970. The first French pilots to receive these...
Kawasaki 750 H2 Mach IV 1973 (sold)

Kawasaki 750 H2 Mach IV 1973 (sold)

In 1972 Kawasaki produces an exceptional sports bike: the 750 H2. Three cylinders, two-strokes, it is at this time the ultimate sports motorcycle. Extrapolated from the indominatable 500 H1 and its two-stroke 3-cylinder engine, the H2 has become a myth and as soon as...
Kawasaki H2R (vendue)

Kawasaki H2R (vendue)

   Kawasaki H2R 1973 The Kawasaki 750 H2R made its mark in the early 70s. As early as 1972 the international races like the 200 miles of Imola, Daytona or the Moto Journal 200 in France promoted the 750 cc races. Formula 750 and then the European Championship and...
Kawasaki H1R W

Kawasaki H1R W

In May 2011, for the Coupes Moto Légende taking place on the French Dijon circuit, the organizer invited the legendary Canadian racer Yvon Duhamel. Accompanied by his son Miguel, another renowned rider, winner of the 200 Miles of Daytona, Yvon Duhamel would be able to...