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Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club, New Zealand
Established in January 2007, the CJMG was formed by a group of like-minded enthusiasts, who’s aims were to resurrect, restore and most importantly, ride classic Japanese motorcycles from the pre-1980 era. Based in Christchurch, New Zealand, the CJMG take to the streets each month for an exhilarating ride around the Canterbury region. Visit Website ]
Aug 6, 2011, 11:39

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SME BIKE - Motorcycle and ATV Specialist
Auckland, New Zealand based supplier of Many Accessory items. I've had good service obtaining carb spares for my Kawasaki H1s. Visit Website ]
Mar 27, 2011, 15:08

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Triumph T100 restored 1968/9 bike
Reference photos of a Triumph T100 1968/9 bike.
Mar 11, 2009, 12:52

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Kawasaki 1968 A7SS 350cc - unrestored original bike
A selection of photos of an unrestored Kawasaki A7SS 350cc "Street Scrambler" provided by TradeMe member John.
Jan 3, 2009, 15:35

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F1 Engineering, Hamilton New Zealand
F1 Engineering owned by Steve Bridge and manufactures a range of road and track products for motorcycles. eg, High Rise Clip Ons, Standard Clip Ons, Rearsets, Skid Knobs and Brake Rotors. Visit Website ]
Aug 25, 2008, 08:58

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Suzuki 1971 T500R photos
Photos of an original unrestored 1971 Suzuki T500R.
Jul 15, 2008, 13:25

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Tim's Honda CBX 1000 site
A site with all you need to help with your 6-cylinder Honda CBX restoration. Visit Website ]
Jul 9, 2008, 09:16

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Kawasaki H2a detail photos
A set of photos showing an as-new, unrestored 1973 Kawasaki 750 Mach IV H2a.
Jul 5, 2008, 13:06

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Kawasaki H1a unrestored example photos
Here is a selection of Kawasaki H1a Mach III photos. These are of an unrestored bike and should be useful to restorers and model builders alike.
Jun 27, 2008, 10:22

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Visit the forum and add your comments
Jump in and tell us what is needed to help owners of classic or older bikes in New Zealand communicate with each other. Yes, that does mean you Honda four, RG/RZ 500 and Kawasaki H1/H2/S1/S2 owners. I'm happy to create new forums for ANY special interest group if there is call for it. Visit Website ]
May 26, 2008, 13:08