As most our regular readers know, we like to fuel your and our collective love of motor culture with vehicles that are exciting, interesting and sometimes just different.
The Kawasaki H1 Mach III may be one of the better two-wheeled examples that embodies all of those attributes.
In the mid 60s, the United States became the largest motorcycle market in the world. Relative to other countries that sometimes preferred lighter, more agile bikes, American riders of the time wanted their motorcycles to have a ton of horsepower. They wanted to win the stop-light drag race. They wanted straight-up speed.