Oldie but goldie, is something the old and new bike enthusiast chant, because nothing beats a vintage or retro bike.
Retro bikes have been circling the industry for the longest time and it certain is not an obsolete taste as many riders are opting for the classic vintage vibe in major brands like Triumph and Ducati. Kawasaki is not too far left behind either.
Kawasaki has revealed its 2018 Z900RS in the recent Tokyo Motor Show, inspiration hailing from the original Kawasaki Z1 of the 1970’s. The bike certainly gained massive response over its amazing aesthetics.
The bike features a 4.5-gallon fuel tank and a small cowl behind the ribbon dual-saddle seat. The bike is the upgraded version of the naked Z900 bike. It has a retuned version of the liquid-cooled DOHC 900cc inline-four engine which produces more power lower in the rev range.
There are two riding modes available for this bike, namely the sporty riding and the relaxing riding. The bikes are versatile and can cater to the rider’s needs in different situations.
The Z900RS will be making its official debut at the Milan Motor Show soon.