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fish_antlers


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posted September 04, 2014 05:41 AM        Edited By: fish_antlers on 4 Sep 2014 19:42
H2 Photos, Details and Specs!!

Thanks to Doug Meyer!







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moko


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posted September 04, 2014 12:49 PM        
Cool pics.....tbanks
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posted September 04, 2014 01:27 PM        
Thanks Doug......
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zx12mark


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posted September 04, 2014 01:57 PM        
back in 74 I rode a 500 and the 750.I had a new 74 850 norton roadster.I was in 12th grade.

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Brock


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posted September 06, 2014 05:57 AM        Edited By: Brock on 6 Sep 2014 20:08
Everything I owned when I graduated from high school is in this photo.



I was raised by a single mother with two kids. I started working at 16 to make ends meet.

Traded a 72 Plymouth Duster (that my long-distance father bought for me during my 'summer visit'), even, for the H2 my sophomore year as soon as I got home (he was not happy)... I still remember writing 17 on my tech ticket at Kil-Kare dragway. Not a good idea for Ohio winters! I HAD to have one of the legendary bikes the 'OLD' guys said was so fast... even if I had to walk to high school in the snow with a driver's license in my pocket.

The H2 WAS FAST. It kept seizing up, I made it bigger. The thing wobbled like MAD - damn near killed me several times, but I won races.... so it didn't matter. I was the king of my area. A big fish in a little pond. THAT'S what mattered. That confidence and knowing that I COULD WIN >>> got me to where I am today. ( So the pond got bigger... I didn't notice )

Really looking forward to the Ninja H2

Brock
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PuckDracon


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posted September 06, 2014 09:12 AM        
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Everything I owned when I graduated from high school is in this photo.



I was raised by a single mother with two kids. I started working at 16 to make ends meet.

Traded a 72 Plymouth Duster (that my long-distance father bought for me during my 'summer visit'), even, for the H2 my sophomore year as soon as I got home (he was not happy)... I still remember writing 17 on my tech ticket at Kil-Kare dragway. Not a good idea for Ohio winters! I HAD to have one of the legendary bikes the 'OLD' guys said was so fast... even if I had to walk to high school in the snow with a driver's license in my pocket.

The H2 WAS FAST. It kept seizing up, I made it bigger. The thing wobbled like MAD - damn near killed me several times, but I won races.... so it didn't matter. I was the king of my area. A big fish in a little pond. THAT'S what mattered. That confidence and knowing that I COULD WIN >>> got me to where I am today. ( So the pond got bigger... I didn't notice )

Really looking forward to the Ninja H2

Brock
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Awesome story Brock, thanks for sharing!

I think I'll stick with my 14R, but if I had the money I would definitely get an H2 to keep her company .
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moko


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posted September 06, 2014 11:29 AM        
Great story Brock ...and cool ride
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fullzx12r


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posted September 07, 2014 05:21 PM        
HYPERSPORT !


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Brock


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posted September 08, 2014 02:17 AM        
Looks like I'm going to have to lose the beer-belly... dang it - I love to eat!

Not because the H2 will have power problems, I just hate a gas tank in my gut when I'm HAULING ASS!

Woooooo-hoooo!

Brock

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moko


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posted September 08, 2014 02:38 PM        
That's cool......love the front fairing
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