This motorcycle was raced by Larry Weiss. I first saw it on the auction block, and now I've been told it now hangs by chains in some California custom shop. It was my inspiration for my KHK Project - Kinda a KR with rear loop, but a rear brake. I really like riding my '52K, handles well, a little under-powered, but you learn how to use that power. It's actually pretty quick in town. I thought if I had something like the K-Model with a lower center of gravity and a little more power, little less weight - I could maybe run some of this vintage stuff - indoor syrup, a little dirt, maybe some ice? You just need 3 sets of wheels, special tires on each. You need a carb(on the left) that can fall off without breaking the cylinder spigots. You need some boots, pads, leather pants would be nice. I had all this stuff once in my lifetime, but it's so expensive to relive your youth. Buy it all again. Just to spend about $100 in gas, $25 to enter, $25 in food, $20 in beer - to get a 4th place trophy made from a worn out motor sprocket and a burnt piston. Make sure my health insurance is paid - and I have my card in my pocket. Take an Advil before bed.