Depending on your perspective of motorcycles and motorcycling, Kawasaki might feel like a regular-size company that aligns with other brands around the world. It’s not. Kawasaki Heavy Industries is a colossal business, more than 100 years old with tens of thousands of employees working on trains, ships, aerospace, gas turbines, and industrial robots. The H2 isn’t just a supercharged, $28,000 motorcycle. It’s the best ideas the brain trust of a global superpower in aero and fluid dynamics, metallurgy, and engineering can assemble, all in one place.