Retro bikes are the in thing these days and everyone could use a little dash of vintage in their life. This comes to Kawasaki’s all-new Z900RS that combines both the modern niche with the retro style from back in the days when the firm first built their business with the UJM (Universal Japanese Motorcycle).
The Z900RS features an inline-four motor, standard riding position and a set of disc brakes up front. It resembles the Kawasaki Z1 from the 1970s. Not to mention, the bike is covered with the youthful tones of Candytone Brown and Orange, giving the chrome parts a limelight of their own.
The seat height and saddle caps the height at 31.5 inches and riders would be able to get on rather easily. The seat is firm and the position is very comfortable. Also, the Z900RS is the only modern retro-styled bike to have an inline four-cylinder engine.
The 948cc engine is exceptional in performance and goes idle at 1,100 rpm. It also has a traction control that can switch off entirely. The trellis frame is a modified version of the Kawasaki Z900 street-fighter, where it has an adjustable suspension, front and rear.
This is definitely the bike for the nostalgic riders during the times of the original UJM!