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The first Kawasaki Triple was the H-1 Mach III 500, introduced in 1969.
Late 1969 saw the introduction of the Charcoal Grey model 1970 H-1 500 cc red w/white stripes on the fuel tank.
When motorcycle journalists expressed some disbelief, Kawasaki suggested they take a new H-1 to the drag strip.
Using a regular production model with only 7 miles on it, Tony Nicosia ran the quarter mile in 12.96 seconds at 100.7 mph for the press to witness.
Kawasaki Triple is a generic nickname for a range of motorcycles Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Japan) produced.
The name comes from the motorcycle's unconventional engine layout, an air cooled three cylinder two stroke with two exhaust pipes exiting on the right side of the bike and one on the left.