Nowhere was this more evident than in our choice of Best in Show, a 1969 Kawasaki H1 Mach III (1) owned by Bill Reagan. These two-stroke Triples put Kawasaki on the performance map, and are fairly rare these days due to what was incredible engine performance for the time, allied with notoriously bad chassis and weak drum brakes. "I got it out of a storage unit in New York, and I should have left it there!" said Reagan with a smile. Anyone who's tried to restore a rare Japanese motorcycle understands this feeling. I was not alone in getting a bit light-headed while following this profuse smoker on the ride. "What gives?" I asked. "There was an oil-injection pump recall when the bikes were new that was supposed to address this problem," replied Reagan. So original, it still needs the recall work. Kawasaki, are you listening?