Post-Listing Update: This Dream did not get any action at the BIN of $4,699.
In 2004, Honda sold 440 examples of the CB50R. Also called the Dream, it was a non-street-legal tribute to the RC110, Honda’s first 50cc Grand Prix racer which competed in 1962. This example has all of zero miles on it.
Weighing just 156 pounds, the Honda Dream 50R features a four-stroke engine built by Honda’s racing division, capable of 7 horsepower at nearly 14,000 rpm. This incredible bike has a 6 speed gear box, lots of trick racing features, and no kickstart or push button. To fire this up, you’ve got to bump start it. And if you want, HRC sells all kinds of go-fast parts available out of Japan. Want to learn more? Check out a write-up from Motorcycle USA. Or get the scoop directly from Honda themselves.
This specific Honda Dream 50R (VIN: AR021000290) is in like-new condition as it has never been ridden. It has spent its entire life as a display bike and the seller says it’s showroom ready with the exception of a layer of dust.
Find this Dream for sale in Liverpool, New York with a BIN of $4,699 or best offer