Kawasaki 1000 Mach X Legend by Oberdan Bezzi
Kawasaki 1000 Mach X Legend by Oberdan Bezzi
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Oberdan Bezzi sharpens his pencil again and combines it with his ingenuity to draw the lines of his latest creation that we can see on his blog, Motosketches. A tribute to the Kawasaki naked motorcycles of the 70s and that has by name, Kawasaki 1000 Mach X. The truth is that designers like Oberdan Bezzi have been giving many bikers ideas and suggestive models that, unfortunately, manufacturers do not offer due to market vicissitudes. The naked aesthetics of a lifetime, seasoned with current components at the engine level and part of the cycle may have its niche in the market, not very high but it may have its niche. In our neighboring country, France, the maxi naked has always been very fashionable and it has been a highly demanded motorcycle in that country. Models like the Yamaha XJR 1300 or the Kawasaki ZRX 1200 are successful there. And the modifications and improvements in these types of motorcycles are abundant.

Luckily in spain we still have fans of this current and to the café racer since between a naked and a café racer, there is sometimes a very fine line. Or if not tell it to the Dogsville, a blog that many times give a good account and advocate for this type of motorcycle. There are also authentic works of art for very comfortable budgets like those that Sanctuary in Japan offers but that is how a native would say: "flour from another sack". Thus, and without removing anything of merit from the master Oberdan Bezzi, these recreations are easy since they are logical motorcycles, the good ones, the old ones, without flourishes or fanfare In which you only have to take advantage of the advances of today to bring them to life with the now efficient injected engines and other advances of our time in the field. Easy, right? Or not?

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