Jeff Snowden's KZ750
By Anthony van Someren - 29 Jan 13
Jeff found the bike lying in a mudhole and in "a million pieces" so he had his work cut out after getting the bike home - which he could only do after remounting the engine back in the frame. Since then every part and component has been stripped down and rebuilt - which you can see from the pics on his Facebook pages.
The forks were stripped and then put back together, re-fitted deeper through the yokes to lower the front and sharpen the steering. The fender is stock, but cut and lowered in the mounts.
The tank is an original 1977 item and the wheels are also stock but refinished in white, running Aisin brakes and pads. The clips-ons wear Motogrip Skull grips, there's no speedo, just a tach. The headlamp is factory, while turn signals are mini items and the tail light is from a dirtbike. Jeff fabricated the license plate bracket himself.
We'll leave Jeff to finish this in his own words: "I build these for the love and the art of the bikes. Plain and simple!"