Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this Honda 1995 CBR900RR. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
Sport Rider magazine (RIP) debuted the same year as the instant-classic Honda CBR900RR: 1993. In its first issue, SR summed up the RR by saying, “No production motorcycle, with the possible exception of the ZX-11, can provide the quality and quantity of giggles this little Honda can.” Some of that fun came through handling that some riders considered twitchy, so Honda changed things up a bit in 1995.
Specifically, Honda upgraded the suspension and updated the bodywork. Back to Sport Rider – in their 1995 review they said that “All (our testers) felt the changes made a significant improvement and agreed that they could ride more quickly with the same margin for safety on the new machine.”
This example is VIN: JH2SC2800SM301712. The seller is the second owner, he acquired it from a Honda dealership in Chicago, Illinois nine months ago.
During his ownership, the seller has covered roughly 800 miles. The odometer shows 14,040 miles and that will go up slightly as he’s still riding the bike occasionally.
Two Brothers Exhaust.
Carbon fiber triple tree cover, carbon fiber dash surround.
Aftermarket smoked rear turn signals flanking the license plate.
During his ownership, the seller installed a new battery, fuel filter, air filter, spark plugs, and Bridgestone S21 Hypersport tires with date codes of 5120 and 5120.
The seller notes “light scratches on the right side and touch up from original owner, small mark on the rear seat, one right side lower fairing screw not operational.”
Inside of the tank:
The sale includes the owner’s manual.
Currently located in Garfield, Arkansas, this Honda is offered on a clean Arkansas title.
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