Kawasaki Triples (Bible) Hardcover – Illustrated, 1 Jun 2010
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An invaluable resource for any collector, restorer, or just a fan of these fabulous two-stroke motorcycles. - British Dealer News
It's an excellent read and a guide to the entire background and history of these amazing machines that are now highly coveted by collectors and Triples fans. It was worth the wait! - webbikeworld.com
This personal intimacy stands out in the 160 pages of this hardback volume ... with good use being made of period images and brochures, magazine covers as well as some nicely detailed modern shots of restored bikes, both static and in action. The excellent layout allows you to dip in and out of the book at will to research particular areas should you wish to use it as a reference work. --inter-bike.co.uk
About the Author
Alastair Walker has been a Kawasaki triples fan since his teens, and has owned both the KH250 and KH400 models, the 400 being the only motorcycle he has bought brand-new in over 30 years on bikes. A freelance motorcycle journalist since the 1980s Alastair has edited magazines such as Biker and insidebikes.com in the UK, and contributed over 1500 features to various magazines across the world, including Motor Cycle News, Classic Bike Guide, Motorcycle Mechanics, Moto 73 and Cycle World. He also has a weekly column in the Manchester Evening News, and has seen work published in Sports Car Market and Classic Car Weekly. Alastair is married and lives in Cheshire.
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Top Customer Reviews
With each passing Chapter it got worse - The Inaccuaracies were becoming fairly common place - Some being real "Howlers" that really should not have found their way into any book on this subject.
The Pictures were mediocre - Most have been seen many times before - Many from Kawasaki Sales Brochures (Which most were inaccurate anyway!) Even some of the Restored Bikes were totally wrong - Especially the Paint Sets & Decals.
So as a Reference Source it renders the Book virtually useless?.
No sorry until someone can write an accurate Book on the Triples then I would reccomend to keep Roy Bacons Book on the shelf for now & save your Money.
Page after page pure 2-stroke acceleration with masses of great pictures and history over the smoky era of early seventies.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I would have liked to see more technical information about the bikes and how they evolved rather than numbers sold and colour changes.Published on 2 Jan. 2014 by pasta cook
This book was purchased as a gift, therefore not in a position to comment apart to say it was very well receivedPublished on 9 Feb. 2013 by moderation