” The Kawasaki Z1 was mad, bad and dangerous to know. So in the mid-90s, Kawasaki decided to revive the legend and create a tribute bike, the Zephyr. Unfortunately the Zephyr didn’t quite have the excitement or edgy nature of the original. But it sold well in Europe, so there are a quite a few around; they’re relatively cheap secondhand, and they’re less likely to kill you than a Z1.
Portugal’s Ton-Up Garage has just shown what you can achieve with relatively few mods to a Zephyr, which in this case, is a 1993 750 model. It’s called ‘Zephyrus’ and caused a bit of a stir at the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride in Oporto a couple of months ago. ”
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