on the world stage for the ZXR750 as 1996 saw the launch of Kawasaki's new flagship 750, the ZX-7R. Ahh... I remember it well.Rewind seven years to 1988. The World Superbike Series is launched and Kawasaki face stiff opposition with their outdated GPX750R from
of the end for the 600cc class?Kawasaki are the only UK importer officially bringing in their gorgeous little ZXR400, so it seems only fitting to line up the ZXR against the sexy little Honda CBR that is the latest toy on the list of discerning grey
If you were young and looking at buying a sportsbike in the early 1990s your choice was limited. This was long before the times of the 0% finance deal or free insurance currently being offered to try and entice younger buyers.In the 1990s you could either go for a fairly dull 600...
What a difference a year makes. Just 12 months ago three of these bikes were the very latest, sharpest tools that their respectivemanufacturers could produce. Now they are overshadowed by newer, faster and better looking siblings. The march of progress has developed into a flat o...
WELCOME ALL to Visordown's weekly caption competition, where you get the chance to slap the most amusing/twisted quote on some of the more interesting shots from around the wonderful world of motorcycling.This week, a 'limited edition' Kawasaki ZXR
GSX-R1100 here.Yamaha FZR750R OW01Where Honda led, others followed. Enter Yamaha's wannabe RC30-beater, the OW01. Read about the Yamaha FZR750R OW01 here.Kawasaki ZXR750The Kawasaki ZXR750 was lean, mean and best in green, meet the best-looking mass
Just came back from shooting a used 400's test for an upcoming of Visordown. Check out a couple of the incidentals. Anyone care for a guess at which one was the best?1988 Kawasaki ZXR400 - £1,599 - 53,126 kilometres 1991 Honda VFR400R NC30 - £1
For the second time this year ive got up in the morning, gone to leave for work and found this sitting in my garden.Usually I leave the ZXR under cover, but last night I knew it may be tricky getting out of the garden so I had it lined up and ready
ZXR400, Honda VFR400R NC30, Suzuki GSX-R400R and Honda CBR400RR NC29 - and they're going to be in a future issue of the magazine.If you've owned one of these models, then you could be in the mag. Please send an email to visordown
affectionately as ‘The Plank’, the ZXR750 was tired and ready for immediate replacement.The incredible effort that Suzuki put into the development of the 750WT blew our minds then and is still evident today. The entire machine was scrutinised meticulously from
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