Predecessors to Kawasaki Heavy Industries date to the late 19th century, focused initially on shipbuilding and later, locomotives and such. However, from the rubble of World War II the Kawasaki motorcycle brand evolved directly from Kawasaki Aircraft. Read more...

Predecessors to Kawasaki Heavy Industries date to the late 19th century, focused initially on shipbuilding and later, locomotives and such. However, from the rubble of World War II the Kawasaki motorcycle brand evolved directly from Kawasaki Aircraft. Read more...

1956 Meihatsu 125 Deluxe by Kawasaki Heavy Industries  goawaygarage.blogspot.com

1956 Meihatsu 125 Deluxe by Kawasaki Heavy Industries goawaygarage.blogspot.com

OldMotoDude: 1957 Meguro S3 on display at the 2014 VJMC-Hinshaw's Motorcycle Show n Shine -- Auburn, Wa.

OldMotoDude: 1957 Meguro S3 on display at the 2014 VJMC-Hinshaw's Motorcycle Show n Shine -- Auburn, Wa.

Tom Sykes on the factory supported Kawasaki. Runner up in 2012 losing by only half a point was the most consistent front runner in wsbk. The official Kawasaki squad use to be run in the UK by PBM (see more in motogp- crt) but after three years Kawasaki Heavy Industries decided to wotk with the spanish Motocard outfit. The switch coincided with a great leap in form and results.

Tom Sykes on the factory supported Kawasaki. Runner up in 2012 losing by only half a point was the most consistent front runner in wsbk. The official Kawasaki squad use to be run in the UK by PBM (see more in motogp- crt) but after three years Kawasaki Heavy Industries decided to wotk with the spanish Motocard outfit. The switch coincided with a great leap in form and results.

Meguro was a major motorcycle manufacturer in post-war Japan.  The company was bought by Kawasaki Heavy Industries.        Yes,  it's a J...

Meguro was a major motorcycle manufacturer in post-war Japan. The company was bought by Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Yes, it's a J...

Meguro was a major motorcycle manufacturer in post-war Japan.  The company was bought by Kawasaki Heavy Industries.        Yes,  it's a J...

Meguro was a major motorcycle manufacturer in post-war Japan. The company was bought by Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Yes, it's a J...

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