1991 Honda Hawk

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In the late 80s, Honda introduced one of the first modern production naked motorcycles. Though the Honda Hawk (also known as the N650GT) was not a commercial success, it went on to inspire more prevalent motorcycles like the Suzuki SV650N, and has become an absolute cult favorite.


This specific Honda Hawk, a ’91 (the last year of American sales), has 32k miles but is in excellent condition after a go-through by a local Hawk expert.


Upgrades include a rebuilt FOX shock in the rear and the front end from a CBR600F2. In addition, the Cali smog plumbing has thankfully been yanked and you’ll be able to enjoy the deep sound of a shortened TBR exhaust pipe.


If you’re in the market for a Honda Hawk – and an increasing amount of people will be joining you – this is an excellent option to consider. The price may seem a little high but, for the equipment and recent work put in, you’ll be getting your money’s worth for years to come.


Find this Honda Hawk here on ADVRider for $4300 or best offer in Corona, California.