Those with a keen eye will see that this isn't the actual actual paintjob for the Honda TT Legends Fireblade; it's a picture of the bike, with the new paintjob photoshopped on. Whatever. It still looks classy..
for this 2009 ex-BSB Fireblade doesn't give much away on the bike's spec and prefers prospective buyers are asked to call up about the bike. Do they think people on eBay are timewasters or something?!You can see the advert here.
ARTIST Kyle Bean has turned the Honda Fireblade in to a work of art.The central theme for the art installation is: ‘The Conservation of Mass’, as the displays cleverly and innovatively highlight how matter cannot be created or destroyed, only
Honda Fireblade is puzzling, but stunt rider Odair Salmazo has it cracked.
This weekend sees the launch of Honda's anniversary promotions for the Fireblade – marking 20 years since its introduction.The firm has created a prize-draw web page at www.honda.co.uk/fireblade and for a chance to win you just need to fill in your
That picture is of John McGuinness' actual 'Guinness Rep' Fireblade. The bike is on show at Lancaster Honda. The 15 times TT winner has been (quite rightly!) given this 'Blade by Honda, but you can order one for yourself.Each bike is painted by hand
We first showed this 'Art Blade a few weeks back and the blog post got a few negative reactions.I was walking past the corner of Selfridges the other day, looked up and saw it there in the window. It's really striking and stops you in your tracks. There were so many more people l...
, by the way.This Go-Pro helmet-cam video appears to have been taken from a cold, early season Honda test. As the team are only based up the road in Louth, it's their local track.Compare this action with James Toseland's efforts. Also check out the mysterious
I can remember exactly where I was when I first saw Honda's TT100 Evolution Fireblade: at the dinner table, reading MCN as a 16-year old lad and being told to put the paper down and get on with my dinner! I'm sure you appreciate why the lamb chops
Calling all motorcycle geeks. Can you identify this bike?It's from a Honda patent dating back to around 1992 and coinciding with both the original Fireblade design and the RC45 designs being patented. The back end and single-sided swingarm look
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