Honda RC213V-S

Waiting on Honda RC213V-S arrival

While the Honda RC213V-S – their street-legal MotoGP machine – is starting to be delivered around the world, Australia is still waiting on the arrival of its one and only order. Honda Australia spokesman Glyn Griffiths confirms only one order has been placed, although he says they also have “a couple of interested parties”. He could …

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Honda RC213V-S road-legal MotoGP bike

Honda RC213V-S engine in track car

Honda is powering a project track day car with its MotoGP-derived four-cylinder engine from the exclusive RC213V-S sportsbike. It’s called the Honda Project 2&4 and all we can see is this teaser photo, although the full car will be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Like KTM’s track-day X-Bow, it is expected to …

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Honda RC213V-S

Honda RC213V-S costs over quarter million

Customers for Honda’s road-legal MotoGP bike, theRC213V-S, are not baulking at the price tag of $A244,000. In fact, Honda Australia motorcycles spokesman Glyn Griffiths says they’ve had “some enquiries” since orders have been taken this week and all have included the track-focused sports performance kit, bringing the total cost to $260,000. The sports kit includes …

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Honda RC213V-S road-legal MotoGP bike

Honda’s road-legal MotoGP bike

Customers will first have to “qualify” if they want to buy a Honda RC213V-S road-legal MotoGP bike for an undisclosed figure in Australia of probably more than $250,000. And the “road-legal MotoGP bike” will have quite a few “tweaks” to turn it into a road-legal machine with less power than even the Honda Fireblade. Unleashed …

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Honda MotoGP road bike

Honda finally unveils MotoGP road bike

The long-awaited street-legal replica of Honda‘s MotoGP racer has been unveiled in Milan at the EICMA show along with a surprise “Africa Twin” prototype. The RC213V-S prototype has been put together by HRC and Honda’s road departments. Several legendary GP riders were also claimed to be involved in the development, but there is no word of …

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