Kawasaki GPZ

  • VIDEO: Could Kawasaki be hinting that there’s a new GPZ900R for 2020?

    VIDEO: Could Kawasaki be hinting that there’s a new GPZ900R for 2020?

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    Kawasaki’s just released a video which shows the journey of its GPZ900R over the years. Could it be the first hint that we’re going to see a new version for 2020? Rumours have been swirling for a while now about the possibility of Kawasaki releasing a new version of its iconic GPZ900R – and the…

  • VIDEO: TOP GUN 2 – Tom Cruise spotted riding a big motorcycle for the upcoming film (and yep, it’s another big Kawasaki!)

    VIDEO: TOP GUN 2 – Tom Cruise spotted riding a big motorcycle for the upcoming film (and yep, it’s another big Kawasaki!)

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    It’s Top Gun time again with the filming going on for Top Gun 2 right now. Top Gun is the seminal 1980s movie about fighter pilots and big Kawasakis (yeah) – and with the video (at the bottom of this article) filed by the Daily Mail and TMZ.com we can now get a look at…

  • Piper Cams Kawasaki GPZ1100 Endurance racer for sale

    Piper Cams Kawasaki GPZ1100 Endurance racer for sale

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    For sale is this very rare British Piper Cams Kawasaki Special Endurance racer – it’s one of only four Piper Kawasaki`s in the world and it’ll cost you £9000. There’s something special about 1970’s Kawasaki race machines – and this Kawasaki Endurance Racer is extra special, as one of only four bikes ever built by…

  • Quick Spins – 1984 Kawasaki GPz750

    Quick Spins – 1984 Kawasaki GPz750

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    MoreBikes Quick Spins are brought to you by Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Magazine – the BEST magazine for great bikes from the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Click on the link to get the CMM world on your screen. Not every bike can be a winner, Kawasaki’s mid-Eighties GPz-750 was one such near-miss. Though well worthy of…

  • Bit of Top Gun motorcycle spotting fun for you

    Bit of Top Gun motorcycle spotting fun for you

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    Bit of Top Gun motorcycle spotting fun for you. Here’s one for you this morning that’ll get your biking brain going – and it’s from a really famous bit of film. This is a screen grab from Top Gun. It’s the bit where Maverick (aka Tom Cruise) is riding his Kawasaki GPz alongside the runway…

  • Bonhams Harrogate Sale preview

    Bonhams Harrogate Sale preview

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      This year, the Bonhams Harrogate sale, taking place on November 12, will include a single-owner collection of seventeen iconic Japanese classic motorcycles spanning the 1980s and 1990s. The collection highlights the technological excellence of Japanese engineering, including important models from the stables of Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha. The machines have been subject to…

  • Honda CB500 | Used motorcycle buying guide

    Honda CB500 | Used motorcycle buying guide

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    Steve Cooper from the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club picks out another great example of classic oriental metal There was a time when a 500cc parallel twin was the zenith of motorcycle desirability, but then the motors grew to 650, and the Japanese came along and rewrote the rule books. Japan’s relationship with big twins has…

  • Kawasaki GPZ900R review| Used bike

    Kawasaki GPZ900R review| Used bike

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    Steve Cooper from the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club picks out another great example of classic oriental metal To think of the GPZ as ‘just another old bike’ is to miss everything the 30-year-old Ninja gave the world of motorcycling… If you own a liquid cooled four-cylinder motorcycle today, you owe a debt of thanks to…

  • How to buy a Kawasaki GPz500S (1987–1994)

    How to buy a Kawasaki GPz500S (1987–1994)

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      The first of the budget bikes, a good GPZ is a bargain today… The GPz500S fell between bikes like Yamaha’s revvy two-stroke RD350 YPVS, and Kawasaki’s own – once class-leading – four cylinder four-stroke GPZ600R. The sporty looks were more than skin deep: with a minimalistic chassis it could turn a ride into something…

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