Honda GB500

€ 9 700,00
Make: Honda
Model: GB500
Year: 1989
Color: Green-Black
Engine Size: 500 cc
Power: 25 kW (34 CH)

By 1989 the British twin cylinder motorcycles were replaced by British triples and primarily by the Japanese bikes. Each year the Tourist Trophy race was held on the Isle of Man and Honda was determined to bring back the flavor of those British twins with a bike that had look of the Norton and Triumph racing bikes. Honda responded by launching its GB500 (commonly known as the tourist trophy) as a retro-bike with styling and components that recalled fond memories for many motorcyclists of the classic British cycles. The GB500 was a clever package, designed to appeal to a new market that no current motorcycle maker had tapped: the classic, collectible cycles and the older enthusiast. This particular bike is so gorgeous and has only 14567 miles on the clock. The bike is located in Brussels Worldwide shipping can be arranged

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