headlamps, were combined with a fantastic build quality and performance which would only be bettered by Honda itself four years later with the launch of the FireBlade. The RC30 (or VFR750R to give it its formal name) was one class act.At £8499, it may have
of the show..Replica of the racer. A similar one sold on eBay last year for £15k.Swiss-owned RC30 races in the German SuperClassiX series.Original VFR750R RC30, just how the factory intended it.Marushin VFR RC30 - I don't know whether this one is the original
Away from the pressures of being a Grand Prix racer in the days when fierce on-track battles and unexpected highsides were common place, Wayne Gardner throws a Honda VFR750F around Oran Park in Australia.The bike that Wayne is likely to be riding
If ever a conversation is likely to spiral into a full-on argument between a bunch of riders it is the old question: ‘what’s in your dream garage?’ It’s the perfect wet Sunday-in-a-pub-topic-of-debate that will rage on like an out-of-control forest fire well into the middle of th...
Click to read: Ducati 916SP owners reviewsClick to read: Honda RC45 owners reviewsWorld Superbikes was simply massive in this country in 1995. While GPs were dominated by Mick Doohan and turning into a predictable procession, WSB was tough, gnarly racing and incredible to watch. ...
Having penned his current best-selling book The Satanic Verses poor old Salman Rushdie is in a spot of bother. Seems like his criticisms of the Muslim religion haven’t gone down too well in Iran and the Ayatollah has just slapped a fatwa on his head. I have no idea if poor old Sa...
POLICE are searching for a biker after an abandoned motorcycle and clothing were found near a port close to Aberdeen.The motorcycle, a red Honda VFR 750F was found at Portsoy Harbour, it's The registration number is H688 DAS. Clothing, including a
market only.The paint-job looks similar to the Rothmans bikes ridden by Eddie Lawson, Freddie Spencer and Wayne Gardener and reflects Honda's rich history of the VFR750 they released over 20 years ago.The Tri-Colour VFR800 will go on sale for $16290
TAKE A HONDA VFR750 engine, a reverse trike chassis and some Batman-style aerodynamic bodywork and this is the result.Polish company Marotti have built this 100bhp prototype model using a 750cc Honda motorcycle engine. The company is now planning
OOOH yer bugger - it's the stuff that dreams are made of.A motorcycle dealership in Stockholm has managed to locate a brand new pair of Honda's greatest superbikes: the Honda NR750 and the VFR750R RC30. Watch and drool as both bikes are unpacked
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