Here's a sharp little CBR400RR located in Tiger, Georgia, which is about 100 miles northeast of Atlanta. Although it shows some minor bruises here and there, and speedometer was converted from kph to mph at some point, overall it looks very tidy for a buy-it-now of $5,500. Plus some nice looking stablemates in the garage!
You’ve been riding for a few years, long enough to appreciate the difference between flash and substance. You have arrived at a stage in life where you can indulge in something special, something about which your friends may have heard but have never ridden. A few motorcycles exist at the intersection of exclusivity and quality. My 1994 Honda CBR400RR can check both of those boxes.
I bought the bike two years ago from a collector. Having never been officially imported into the United States, it has an eleven-digit VIN and a km-to-mi converter on the speedometer. The bike has been meticulously maintained and is in superb condition. I have documented any known flaws because you as someone who knows bikes would not be satisfied with anything less.
The odometer indicates 16,737. Due to the transformation from kilometers to miles, it is impossible to know which of those 16,737 are miles and which are kilometers. However, the last 1,400 are miles, each of which was ridden in the mountains of Northeast Georgia, an environment for which this bike was made.