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While other firms are making much of their heritage to plunder sales in the neo-retro bike scene, Kawasaki has been slow to follow suit.
Sure, it’s had the W800 twin on sale in Europe, but that Bonneville-alike never reached American shores and has now ceased production. And anyway, the era in Kawasaki’s history that really tugs the heart strings is the 1970s – and the Z1 in particular – rather than the 1960s W1 that the W800 harks back to.
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