Honda introduced the 600 CBR series in 1987 – most riders remember it as the “Hurricane”. The second generation (F2) was built between 1991 and 1994, and it was an excellent performer for the time. This example stands out as it’s adorned in a delightfully ’90s paint scheme.
The 599cc motor in the F2 produced 84.5 horsepower at the rear wheel through a 6-speed transmission. Wet weight was 470 pounds.
For more on the F2, check out this story on SportRider where they call it a “Great Sportbike of the Past”.
This example has 25,000 miles on it and it’s been with the seller for a year. The seller notes that everything works but the “suspension is quite old”. In the last year, the owner replaced the swingarm (which was rusting), upgraded the rear shock with a F4 unit (approximately 1.5″ taller), and added a Yoshimura exhaust. The bike already had several other modifications – purple windscreen, adjustable levers, rear cowl – and some extras like marketing materials and a few spare parts. The matching windbreaker and Dainese jacket are included as well.
Here’s an Imgur album (including a couple of images of matching jackets), or if you prefer a video you can watch this:
Find this F2 for sale in Hayward, California for $2,650 here on Bay Area Riders Forum.