This Clip was shot in 1985 by Tom Hoover and edited by Craig Smith. It features Lisa Kelly of the "Celtic Woman" performing her hit "The Voice" Music mimmics the events and pace of our lives! 1045cc motored, 640# w /rider, classic "Modified" of the 80s. A 7-time National Record Holder, runs a 9.54 on this pass in 1985 at Osceola Dragway. Thanks to Craig Smith for the digial editing. http://www.cafepress.com/pixbymp
MIROCK Drag Bike Grudge Racing Mix
http://www.CycleDrag.com brings you some sights and sounds from the MIROCK
After Dark Underground Drag Bike grudge racing session at Maryland
International Raceway in April of 2008.
1974 Kawasaki Z1 Dragbike in 1985 "Old Zs Never Die!"
This is a 25 yo (1985) VHS video of my old Z1 making a 9.54 pass. This is a
7-time National Record Holding Z1. All-time bests are 9.39 @ 138 in the 1/4
and 5.87 @ 116 in the 1/8th. I bought this bike new in March of 1974 and
still own it today. (2010) There isn't/never was a turbo, Nitrous,
big-block, slider clutch, tach, shiftlight, 2-step or any other such
garbage on this bike. Strictly "seat of the pants". The motor was built by
Mark McIntosh of M&M Racing Louisville Ky in 1978. It is 1045cc with 31mm
CR carbs and carried 640# in it's record settng form.
Haters,Squids,Stunters or most Hardly/Zuki Lovers will not be able to
appreciate this motorcycle or the era in which it was created. It can't do
"Stoppies", I don't "stand on the seat" and "Wheelies" are limited by the
bar set-up. "It is what it is": A historic example of a record setting
"Modified" of it's era and preserved exactly as it was in 1986. Old Zs
EMI records "Time to say goodbye" by Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman
1900 original miles
Getting the '73 Kawasaki Z1 900 Running
1973 Kawasaki Z1 900. This bike was the fastest street bike when it was
made. It has a double overhead cam four cylinder engine with four carbs.
Did a little driveway ridin after we got it runnin.