BEING SOLD WITH BILL OF SALE In 1969, when Kawasaki introduced the
H-1 it was like an atomic bomb going off in the motorcycle world.
1969 Kawasaki bikes became a complete out-of the- box approach to
motorcycling with three cylinders, two-stroke, electronic ignition,
and the fastest production motorcycle of the year! Because of its
blinding acceleration and evil handling, it had multiple nick
names: "The Widow Maker" and "The Triple with a Ripple". Kawasaki
figured when they went to a triple, they would have to do a few
things differently. Heat is the archenemy of two-strokes so they
experimented and spaced the cylinders further apart. A large drum
brake was fitted to the front but it was barely capable of slowing
down the speed. Here is an opportunity to own a wonderful example
of the coveted H-1. While unverified, the odometer reads just 1.7
miles. The bike presents as original and is certainly an
outstanding example of a dream bike!
1969 Kawasaki Motorcycle
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