What a ride it's been!
I miss this bike allot...
I've wanted to make this for a while now. This video begins with some of my
first motovloging moments, and tells the story of my trip to the West this
past April. Most of the footage in this video is new (to you :)
I hope to inspire others to go adventuring by motorcycle. I'm hooked and I
will be doing it again!
If you really wanna see more of any part of the trip, let me know
The approximate trip route:
0:00 -- The Path of the Goblin King, Kevin MacLeod
1:42 -- Patterns, Solar Fields
4:05 -- Grow Till Tall, Jónsi
8:35 -- Limelight, Apparat
12:20 -- Deep Haze, Kevin MacLeod
Kawasaki KZ1300 Turbo
The bike has JE pistons and parts from Mr turbo such as Mikuni Flatslide HSR 42 with a float
bowl spacer kit to get enough fuel.
Richard made an own Exhaust for his
bike with Mr turbo u-bends and stock Exhaust parts.
The bike has plenty of power with just 6 lb. of Boost.
The Wide Band Commander is for analyzing the air-fuel ratio.
update: see my new project http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQRUpdps7W8
Real not retro - Modified Kawasaki Z1
Kawasaki Z1A action. An original 1970's bike modified to perform for 2012.
Just having some fun learning how to use editing software with footage from
a GoPro mini camera.
This was an old nail that I restored and modified. It now handles superbly
and is really quick.
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.
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1983 Nighthawk CB650 that i bought for 1k. i absolutely love it. sorry you
guys cant hear the audio when i rev it but it sounds great when you get in
the higher rpm's with the 4:1 pipes they give a real rocket sound. overall
i am in love all over again ;)
V12 CBX running down the road (alley)
Product development, checking out the system, and fixing minor problems.
Considering what was built and how many people were involved in designing,
machining, and building the bike (one, just Andreas), to me this is bigger
then the pyramids.
Here's a link to stills of his bike-