Post-Sale Update: After 12 bids on eBay, this Honda GB500 sold for $4,200.
In the late 80s, Honda took a risk and gave the world a beautiful motorcycle inspired by 60s thumper racers of the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy race – bikes like the Manx Norton and AJS 7R. Originally created as a 400cc bike in Japan, the bike got a bump in displacement to 500 cubic centimeters, and was then exported as the Honda GB500 across the world. The United States only got this beauty for 2 years, as sales were poor. Now, it’s a modern classic, and a personal favorite of mine. This GB500 (VIN: JH2PC1616KK000417) has 25,298 miles on the odometer and some minor imperfections, but it runs well, looks great, and would be the perfect rider that you wouldn’t be too terrified to get a scratch on. A previous owner even got hit on this bike, but the only damage was a dent on the muffler and the right rearset was broken off. Everything is stock except for Napolean bar end mirrors. Find this Honda GB500 for sale in Seattle, Washington with bidding up to $565 and the reserve not yet met