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The good old days..
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i wish we have such bikes now a days too,,,
Good old memories, thanks for sharing
kawasaki still rocks in our minds...thanks for sharing
Not only in minds but also on roads .... Mine is the best example of its category ... :-)
my brother bought a zero meter Kawasaki GTO 110 in 1992 which was later given to me in 1994. It was also the first or second kawasaki 110 92 model in Sargodha at that time.
If Kawasaki starts producing the same bikes (GTO 110 and GTO 125) again, I would love to buy one in a flash.
according to me Kawasaki still ownz in 250-600 CC bikes
Well; simply out of love for Kawasakis I bought 2 KE175s and renovated them. Had a tough time but ultimately managed.
I am loving riding them specially to the mountains and feel the expence and effort was worth it.
Kawasakis certainly carry a certain charm no one else can emulate.
kawasaki still ownz in 250-600 cc range
Really good old days than we can have some quality stuff available.. now we only left to digest local crappy chinese stuff.
I recall seeing a sticker of
never understood that - it was bird gear..... nice.. thanks for clearing that up.
ZRS - Zulfiqar Racing Systems ..... - professionals at work - at crackwheels.com
Thanks alot for sharing them with us.
If you have any details or advertisements of the Kawasaki Deluxe 100 then do share them.
One of the most difficult things in the world is to know how to do something, and to watch without comment, somebody else do it incorrectly.
Very nice sharing bro. I was always confused with gear positions.
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This thread totally worth digging and keep discussing.
GTO was my collage days bike and still remember the fun specially when crossing the new under passes of canal road in LHR.
Kawasaki was target bike for police and i was victim of continuous checking near my college. Careless driving and less maintenance result engine seize.
My Father force me to get rid and bought the very first 70cc model of Sohrab. That bike was awful and sold to my teacher in college after 20 days of purchase on 7000Rs profit.
I bought Yamaha 100 brand new and some crooks snatched on gun point on 2nd day of purchase near Secretariat office LHR. The bike was not registered and never recovered. That was big shock and for me and decide to leave the country after final exams.I ended up in Japan and now writing my good memories with Kawasaki.
I hope there comes a day when cancer goes back to just being a zodiac sign