Is this the most affordable Kawasaki H2 ever?

This custom-built Kawasaki H2 might be cost-effective, but it comes with a bit of a twist!

Kawasaki h2 mini bike

A Kawasaki dealer from Nisshin City Japan has come up with an alternative and amusing take on the supercharged marvel that is the Kawasaki H2.

The bike has been five years in the making, and it seems the builders, Pleasure Bike shop, have had the idea pretty much from they first saw the full-sized 200+ Kawasaki H2 in the flesh.

The bike is based around the dinky engine frame and chassis of the Kawasaki Z125 Pro, a bike that is the Team Green equivalent to the Honda Grom. With the dream of creating a small-scale yet still road-legal version of the H2, the team set about creating custom bodywork, a tail section and wheels to turn the curious mini-bike into an H2-inspired road warrior.

The bike hasn’t just been styled to look like a mini H2, they even worked on a set of custom clip-ons to give it an authentic sportsbike riding position, just like the full-sized Kawasaki H2.

The good folks at Young Machine magazine in Japan (link to page here) even rode the bike a while back, commenting that its handling characteristics were very much like those of the popular Honda NSR50 pocket bike from a few years ago.

It’s rumoured that the shop that built the machine are even selling them, although the article on Young Machine doesn’t divulge the price to us. It does though advise that the builder’s website is the place to start if you want to get in touch with them.

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