Saturday, March 21, 2015

1973 Kawasaki KX450 Two Stroke


Works bikes cost thousands of dollars to build and are often preserved for history. Not so with the Black Kaw. At the end of the 1973 season, the machine was disassembled and the parts scattered to the wind. Patrick Johnson, brother of Brad’s mechanic Steve Johnson, built this replica and donated it to the High Hopes Head Injury Center. It now resides in the Early Years of Motocross Museum. Read more

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