Additional photos on this Honda NSF100 are available here for your perusal.
Motorcycle racers are all aware of the NSR50, Honda’s beginner race bike that has started plenty of careers and passions. But in 2006, Honda also imported a limited number of NSF100s to the US as one of the best ways to get into road racing. As Honda puts it in their official site for this model, “riding alone is fun but riding with friends can be better. HRC has introduced the new NSF100. A base machine made for full enjoyment of racing in the 4 stroke small bike class.”
The fairings are made out of FRP and the styling features (including the undertail exhaust) are designed to evoke the RC211.
It’s powered by a 99cc four-stroke single that produces 8.7 horsepower and 5.6 pound-feet of torque. All were body-in-white and weighed just 165 pounds.
This example is VIN: HR011000071, Engine #HR01ET000044
The seller acquired it 4 years ago from a close friend who used it as a rental bike at Musselman Honda Circuit.
Aftermarket crash bars.
Aftermarket bodywork by Proline Graphics in Tucson, Arizona designed to emulate Loris Capirossi’s #65 Rizla Suzuki MotoGP bike from the 2008 season.
Cosmetic Blemishes: please see the album up top for all known cosmetic blemishes. Here is a selection:
Inside of the tank:
It is riding on Dunlop TT93 tires which have aged out.
The sale includes a side stand.
Currently located at our facility in Santa Monica, California (please make an appointment for an inspection), this Honda is offered on a Bill of Sale only. Have any NSF100 stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the “Comments” tab!