1980 Kawasaki Segoni 900 By Ruote Da Sogno

From the early 1970s, brothers Giuliano and Roberto Segoni (the first responsible for the mechanics and the second for the design), developed innovative tubular frames with a central supporting structure. In 1975 Segoni began the production of road-legal models, thus forging a partnership with Kawasaki for the first prototypes of the 900 Z1, known in Italy as the “testanera”. The power and compact size of this bike, with its four-cylinder four-stroke DOHC engine, combined with the Segoni fairing and frame, gave it that touch of uniqueness which set it apart right from its launch in 1975.

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