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In one of those deals that’s frightening to watch but probably hilariously fun to do, Trick Star of Japan takes its hot rod Kawasaki H2 for a nice spin around Tsukuba in the company of what pass for 'vintage bikes' in Japan. I find I don’t mind the narration nearly so much when I can’t understand the words.
Read more about the Kawasaki H2R And 'Vintage Bikes' Battle In The Rain! at Motorcycle.com.
 

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(Oh well, I was having fun with it. Let's see if I can get it going again) ;

Hey BobC, YSR50 just told me you're still on MySpace.

(I'm just gonna leave that there and see what happens :D )
 

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Well, let me see.

First off I have an H2, not an H2R and I bought it and modified it for LSR not road-riding.

But I'll play along: let's just pretend I had an H2R for a moment. This is a non-road-legal machine with slicks. Unless it was modified to become road-legal where else could I ride it but on a circuit?

Would I ride it in the rain? Yes of course but with wets, not slicks.
 

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Well, let me see.

First off I have an H2, not an H2R and I bought it and modified it for LSR not road-riding.

But I'll play along: let's just pretend I had an H2R for a moment. This is a non-road-legal machine with slicks. Unless it was modified to become road-legal where else could I ride it but on a circuit?

Would I ride it in the rain? Yes of course but with wets, not slicks.
Not so much a question, as it was a link. But thanks for playing. :D;)
 
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