1974 Kawasaki Z1 Custom by Bull Dock

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

This beautiful 1974 Kawasaki Z1 bike is a the result of a collaboration between the Japanese customizers at Bull Dock and the team at British suspension maker Nitron.

The bike sports a beautiful paint job contrasted with hits of black and titanium throughout which includes the amazing exhaust system. The vehicle is packed with a 903cc motor that has been bored out to 1015cc to pump out a bit more power. Other mods include a full Nitron front and rear suspension along with a pair of Bull Dock’s forged 80’s inspired Lavorante wheels. [Via]

1974 Kawasaki Z1 Custom by Bull Dock (5)

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