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They claim that when you first experience a CBR900RR, the memory will last a lifetime. And it does, as it has for me since 1994, the very first time I saw one coming in fast on my rearview mirror, it's double headlights flashing, telling me to get out of the way, pushing me aside, to fly past me like I was standing still. Up to the very first time that I was able to twist the throttle on my own and feel the power of its hair-raising 900cc engine, fed by those massive four in line carburetors. Yes, that is the fabric memories are made of.
Once in a rider's dream a iconic bike like the CBR900RR Fireblade show up for sale in these conditions. Up for your consideration is this mint example of sport bike history.
Back in 1993, the 750cc class was king of the sales chart and Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki all battled it out on the streets and in dealerships to have the best 750cc bike. Meanwhile, Honda seemed content to play more in the sport touring segment with its excellent VFR750. But what almost no one outside of Honda knew was that Honda was developing a bike that would scramble all the segments and eventually cause most manufacturers to exit the 750cc segment. That bike was the Honda CBR900RR "Fireblade".
Formally launched in late 1992 and appearing in dealerships in 1993, the new 900cc Honda was simply astonishing; sized like a 750cc, powered like a 1000cc, and only a few pounds heavier than a 600cc track bike! (Note: the CBR900RR was 75 pounds lighter than the Yamaha FZR1000, 114 pounds lighter than the Suzuki GSX-R1100 and an astonishing 144 pounds lighter than the Kawasaki ZX-11). Honda revolutionized the sport bike scene with the Fireblade, pushing the limits and truly creating one of the most iconic sport bikes in motorcycle history!
Yes, I don't have a showroom and yes I took these pictures with my cell phone, but this beautiful bike speaks for its self and it is not afraid to take pictures out in the bright sun where you can see all its curves in actual light. Unlike the misguiding shadows that are staged at showrooms. This bike gets thumbs up, head turns everywhere it goes. People who are not familiar with the Fireblade will ask "Is that a new bike?". People who know what they are looking at can't believe their eyes. One guy told me "It's like I'm 20 again looking at it for the very first time at the dealership"
If I come across as hesitant to sell, its because I am! This was and has been my dream bike ever since it stole my heart in the 90's. Fireblade...... that name just stuck in the back of my mind, in that "One day I'll catch you" file. It has been a true joy to have had her. But I do believe the time has come that she become someone else Dream Come True.
Needless to say, as you can see from the pictures, never dropped, no dings, no dents, no leaks, never opened, never painted, original decals, not faded, all original parts (yes except for the exhaust, I know). Original exhaust can still be found at Honda or could be sourced thru Ebay. The Scotts damper (very much recommended) can be removed if buyer wishes and the bike would be restored to its original center nut configuration with original parts.
Happy Bidding and Good Luck!!!
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