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The Bike That Got Away: 1984 Kawasaki Ninja 900

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Jim Bell's Ninja 900 was always there and always ready whether he wanted to get groceries or do a 200-mile day.


In 1984, I upped the game on a large scale by jumping from a relatively obsolete bike to the then cutting edge of its time, the Ninja 900.


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