The Honda VFR750R, model code ‘RC30’, was a fully faired solo seat only racing motorcycle created for homologation purposes for the World Superbike Championship by Honda Racing Corporation.
Sun City, Arizona – This RC30 has just 1.8 miles on the odometer!
Santa Monica, California – one of the nicest examples of a RC30 we’ve ever seen.
Santa Monica, California – a 9+/10 RC30 with just 5,095 miles.
Santa Monica, California – this RC30 is a one-owner bike that Iconic brought in-house to make one of the nicest RC30s currently available.
Chicago, Illinois – This 4,627-mile example has “been on static display in a private collection since 2012 and the condition shows.”
Santa Monica, California – the best running RC30 we’ve encountered, paired with a Ladybird exhaust.
“The RC30 was, quite simply, the only bike to have in the late 1980s and early ’90s and for many people now that’s still the case.” Visor Down, September 2010
Also known as the VFR750R, the RC30 was created so that Honda could race in the World Superbike Championship. Between 1987 and 1990, 4,782 examples were produced. Just 316 of those were originally sold in the US.
Johnstown, Ohio – a rare Swiss model (square headlight, wider front wheel) that’s already been imported and titled in the US for you.
This RC30 was so good that Adam himself bought it at one point. Snap it up before he gets too nostalgic…
Santa Monica, California – a low mile (1,531), low VIN (35) example of Honda’s WSBK homologation special.
Marina del Rey, California – a solid RC30 runner with just 13,720 miles.
A first year Honda RC30 that’s Ohio-plated and ready to ride.
Ridgefield, Connecticut – this RC30 has been with the current owner for 24 years.
“The RC30 was, quite simply, the only bike to have in the late 1980s and early ’90s and for many people now that’s still the case.” Visor Down, September 2010. This one’s got a long list of aftermarket goodies.
Northbrook, Illinois – a gorgeous example of one of our favorite bikes.
Northbrook, Illinois – yet another example of why we love our RC30s!
Santa Monica, California – brought back to life after an accident with a frame replacement, this RC30 is perfect for those of you looking for a rider.