2011 Honda Cbr on 2040-motos
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KBB Value for this same bike, same year, with 24,000 miles and in near mint condition for 8k. This has exact 3701 miles (a lot less!). $8500.00 is FIRM (no negotiations down, others have asked). I don't need to sell the bike so if no one is willing to pay the KBB value, then I'll keep it.
This was the first of the 2011 CBR1000RR REPSOL versions to come from Japan to LA Cycle Sports in Los Angeles. I put a deposit months in advance for the bike and received it in February 2011. This bike has NEVER been raced, dropped, crashed or thrashed. It was supposed to be my token MotoGP bike but since getting married and moving to Florida, we have greater priorities now than riding.
The bike is paid off, I have the title, it's fully STOCK (no mods other than rear seat) and it has ALWAYS been garaged. I am starting the bid at 9k (but I know it will go higher). It has 3701 miles on the odometer (see photo) . It has had 3 oil changes, a new battery recently installed and a very cool factory Honda rear seat cowl. I have the rear seat that will come with the bike.
In addition I am going to throw in my racing leathers (for someone 5'7-5'10, 150lbs). I used them when I raced my 2005 CBR600RR (this CBR was never raced). They were $1500.00 retail and no, I did not crash while wearing them.
You will find it very difficult to find a bike like this in better condition, with less miles, with no abuse and is better maintained than this bike.
Bids start now. If you need more photos you can email me and I'll send you a full scope of photos.
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