In 2004, Honda updated their legendary CBR-RR range with the 1000, an all-new model featuring an aluminum twin-spar frame, hybrid aluminum swingarm, and an Electronic Steering Damper. The following year, they released the Repsol Edition, paying tribute to their main sponsor in the MotoGP championship. Here’s an example offered by the original owner with just 302 miles.
Typically for a bike like this, a collector is going to want the bike to be stock – this example (VIN: JH2SC57455M101113) has an aftermarket windscreen, turn signals, tail tidy, and one of the craziest exhaust setups I’ve seen for a CBR1000RR.
The asking price of $25,000 is a bit nutty in my opinion (we’ve sold a 0-mile ’05 Respol at Iconic for $9,500), but there is a “Make Offer” button.
Find this Repsol for sale in Brooklyn, New York with a BIN of $25,000 or best offer here on eBay.