Somtimes it takes awhile to
get reaquainted with an old friend. If you´ve been
away for awhile, you can lose touch. Thankfully, there are
those special, the ones that when you meet again, turn out
to be even better that you remember. They make you feel
like you´ve never been away. Kawasaki ZR1100 are like
this. It´s a lean, powerful machine that harks back
to the familiar "musclebike" of the late 70s and
early 80s, but bristles with modern 90s, but simply the
best in the 21 century. The formula is pure and basic: there´s
a big 1.062 cc air-cooled, in-line four with mile-wide torque,
that gets with the program the moment you open the throttle.
And with a hightensile steel double-cradle frame, fat 43
mm fork tubes, damping and preload adjustable gas-charged
shocks and state-of-the-art disc braces, the ZR is firmly
entrenched in the present, offering overall performance.
The ZR1100 also offers something
else: The opportunity to take a basic machine and personalize
it to showcase your sense of style and riding preference.
Ther´s no doubt that today´s motorcycles are
better that ever. But, if your heart feels a longing for
the best parts of the past with a healthy apprcitaion of
the present, you owe it to your self to check out the ZR1100.
It´s the perfect oppurtunity to get reacquainted with
the one bike you truly love.
am a ZR1100
When I have a mission, it consumes
me. I will not be satisfied until the job is done. I have
a strong sense of duty, and a strong sense of direction. Changes
in the tide don't phase me - I always know which way the wind
blows, and I know how to compensate for it. I get on poorly
with motorcyles that is comparing them to myself.
I have been on the roads since
1966. Then I had my first bike, a Honda CB50, but 1968 I got
my first real bike a BSA Super Rocket 650, 1958. Sold the
BSA in 1972 and went for new Triumph Tiger 650 and then Trident
T160 ´ 75. Since then I have been owner of many bikes.
Most classic British bikes. I have to say that my ZR1100
is one of the Best bike that I have owned. Now I have my ZR1100,
Zephyr and Z 650 ´78 B2, witch I am using a lot in the
cyti. On open roads then its ZR1100.
This webside is only for myself
and others that are indresting in a real bikes like the Kawasaki
ZR1100 and the Zephyr´s and all Zeeets.
All the stuff you want to know
about your favourite
bike - engine, frame, wheels, handling, all the
(FEB 92) ZR1100A1 (ZRT10A-00001) Introduced with a double
cradle frame 18 inch front 17 inch rear alloy wheels, twin
shock rear reservoir type suspension, 4 into 2 exhausts cutaway
seat with a "dimpled" cover the air box is fitted
with silver covers and finished in Deep Red or Dark Blue.
(JUN 93) ZR1100A2 (ZRT10A-025001) Introduced with detail changes
(NOV 93) ZR1100A1 (ZRT10A-025000) Discontinued
(MAY 94) ZR1100A3 (ZRT10A-040001) Replaces the ZR1100A2
(JAN 95) ZR1100A4 Replaces the ZR1100A3 with new finishes
in Deep Bottled Green or Wine Red
and some reviews. You can contribute your own articles
too, send mail.
Some pictures of my ZR1100.
about how it started and where it's going and the
of the ZR1100 & Zephyr.
It's all over folks. The ZR1100
& Zephyr belong
photos of my bikes, like the ZR1100