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Naked Zeds on the Brain

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I have a garage full of naked Zeds - including a '76 Kz900, which is essentially identical to the more famous Z1900 Kaw introduced in '73 and which quickly became the...

Bike Basics: The Oil Change

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One of the perks of owning a motorcycles is that routine maintenance is -  usually - much easier to perform than a similar job on a car. Oil and filter changes,...

Reader Question: The Grom?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! Zane asks: Wondering what you think of the Honda Grom/Monkey? Its been a decade, and tons of new toys are out there, even...

Enter the ZRX

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I started one of my bikes yesterday after it had been sitting for the past six months - the time it took for me to find the time to rebuild its...

What’s That Old Bike Worth?

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I've got a friend who is looking to buy an old bike - an early '80s Honda Silverwing Interstate, like mine. Only this one's much nicer - with almost no miles...

The Test Ride . . . And How to Get One

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One of the weird things about buying a new motorcycle is buying it before you've actually ridden it. This happens a lot with bikes. It almost never happens with a car...

Poor Man’s Chrome

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Chrome is pretty - and pretty expensive. Especially if you're paying to have stuff plated vs. just buying chrome-plated stuff. Go price what it'll cost to have a cam cover or...

1975 Kawasaki S1 Rebuild: Installment Ten

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It's down to the heart of the matter - the engine. I separated the crankcase halves - which is tougher than it sounds when you are dealing with an almost 40-year-old...

2022 BMW R18 Transcontinental

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Time machines do exist. They are called motorcycles. Like this 2022 BMW R18 Transcontinental, for instance. It’s brand-new - but it could be 1932. Until you look closer at it. So  . . ....

Indoor Motorcycle Storage

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After my divorce, I realized I needed a new companion. The problem being, “she” was living in the garage. I refer to my much-beloved and always faithful ’75 Kawasaki S1C, aka Little...
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