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Custom 1974 Kawasaki H1 Land Speed Motorcycle

Attack of the Purple People Eater!

Steve Garn might be one of the most interesting people we met at Fuel Cleveland this year. If you’re part of the motorcycling community, you probably know him as “Brewdude” or just “Brew.” He’s the owner of BREW Bikes LLC, a machine and fabrication shop in northwest North Carolina. He brought this 1974 Kawasaki H1 nicknamed Purple People Eater to Fuel, and we got to know all about it for our Ride of the Week.

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