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Sportbike Rider Picture Website will Cease Operations on May 30, 2023
Our decision to close the website was not an easy one, but unfortunately, we have been facing financial difficulties due to the lack of advertising revenue available for personal websites.
Despite our best efforts to generate revenue through alternative means, such as donations and subscriptions, we were unable to sustain our operations. We would like to thank our visitors
for their understanding and support during this difficult time. We have truly appreciated the opportunity to serve our community for the past 25 years and will deeply miss being a part of it.
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|More Information on the Kawasaki ZZR Models|
The Kawasaki ZZ-R1200 motorcycle was built by Kawasaki. Identified by its model number ZX1200-C1, it is the successor to the ZX-11. Considered a sport tourer, it features a twin-spar aluminum frame with four-stroke, DOHC, four-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. It has double fans, double fuel pumps, and double headlights. Additionally, hard touring bags can be added as an option. With factory rear wheel horsepower of 145HP; it is widely regarded to be the most powerful production motorcycle ever built with carbureted induction.It was even more powerful than the fuel injected Honda CBR1100XX. It has been said it was more powerful than any other production motorcycle carbureted or not at 9,800 rpm where it made peak power except the Suzuki Hayabusa or ZX-12R.With a quarter-mile time of 10.12 seconds at 136.9 mph.
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