Post Listing Update: This NSR was pulled off of eBay, final sale price unknown.
Honda’s NSR250R was sold from ’87 to ’99, and was pretty much the defining 250 racer replica over all those years. To celebrate Honda’s success in racing in the 250cc and 500cc classes, they would occasionally release a limited edition of the NSR in Rothman’s livery. This is 1 of the 1,500 built in 1994, the year that the NSR got the trick Pro-Arm rear swingarm. Interestingly enough, this was the only bike in Honda’s history to also use the fourth generation of PGM, informally known as the “Smart Card”. The story was that you could swap in different ‘cards’ that had varying ignition specifications to tailor your bike for a given weather situation or track type. Ignoring that, the bike was good for about 40hp from the factory, though de-restriction would add at least another 20. The Rothman’s edition differed in paint and the use of a dry clutch instead of the base model’s wet clutch. Want to learn more? Head on over to NSR-World for all the information you’d want on these 250cc pocket rockets. Find this Honda NSR250R SP Rothman’s Edition for sale in Lady Lake, Florida with an opening bid of $3,000