Kawasaki Vulcan 70 by Mr. Martini – 70s were an explosion of creativity. A historical period with a strong, evocative charm, that reflects the new generations. After nearly fifty years, Kawasaki feels the need to go back to basics with a unique project. The Kawasaki Vulcan 70 by Mr. Martini. 100 pieces made by the famous Italian customizer. An exclusive project, the first real Japanese brand’s approach to the segment of “special vintage”.
The Kawasaki Vulcan 70 by Mr. Martini is based on H1 500 MACH III. Nicola Martini, aka Mr. Martini, is the creator. So, the kit is complete, but basic, for Kawasaki Vulcan S. Because this true Cafe Racer does not distort the technical aspect of the Japanese bike. “Double saddle, the long tail, the exhaust split and the round headlight were the first details that have inspired me.” said Nicholas Martini.
The customer’s target of the Kawasaki Vulcan 70 by Mr. Martini covers both the “over”, who loved the iconic bike, and the youngsters, who want to enter this new world of customization. Of course we have to consider it as a second bike.” said Sergio Viccarelli of Kawasaki. “The project was interesting from the start. I thought the reference to the Mach series was the perfect choice to resume what Kawasaki had sent in the 1970s. Strong emotions and sense of freedom that Kawasaki is able to give.” added Mr. Martini.
Kawasaki Vulcan 70 by Mr. Martini: Very Good Work
The Kawasaki Vulcan ‘ 70 does not change technically. The protagonist is the design of the bike. Martini’s work is very good. He changes, but he doesn’t distort the Japanese bike. The values. The double seat, hips, the bronzed (with support) and front levers. However, even the handlebars, the front and rear doors. Mr. Martini back pegs and the grip of the handlebars, news that change the driving position.
Now it’s better. Now it’s more aggressive, sporty, and less “touristy” as the model from which it is inspired. The parallel twin 649 cc and 60 from HP, and dynamic qualities make the Kawasaki Vulcan 70 by Mr. Martini more manageable both in the traffic and in the curves. We must also thank the wheel size (120/70R18 front, 160/60R17 posterior), synonymous with good agility even in tight spaces, and suspension, already appreciated on Vulcan S.
The limited edition is available and the price is 10,990 euros. So, this price will be retained on all orders received by 1 September 2016. Those who want only the “special” it costs 3,500 euros. Mr. Martini made exclusively 100 numbered units. Particular that makes us understand how this bike is exclusive and result of great craftsmanship and passion of the Italian custom artisan. Finally, the colors available are green and red.
Thanks to Motorionline