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1993 Honda NSR 250SP MC21 Rossi Mugello Replica


This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

1993 Honda NSR 250SP MC21 Valentino Rossi Mugello replica with some very nice upgrades.

This sweet little NSR 250 SP was forwarded to us by Rock’n Randall and we certainly appreciate it. I’m normally not a fan of heavily modified motorcycles in any form, but this one had me from hello 😉 . Done up in classic Rossi style and based heavily on his 2001 Mugello Honda NSR500; this one is a must have for any Valentino Rossi fan. Anyone care to guess how long it took to lay-out the paint scheme? And hey, if you don’t like the Rossi repli paint scheme it’s being sold with another full set of OEM bodywork. There’s no mention of color, factory paint etc., but more is always better right? The upgrades to this one are both high quality and plentiful and the bike currently has approximately 17,350 miles on it. Give it a look and then check out the upgrades list.

Bike Info/Mods:
Tyga Bodywork, HRC Black Box, HRC Reed Valves, HRC Reed Valve Spacers, HRC Reed Valve Stuffers, HRC, Full Carb Setting Kit, Tyga Lightened Fly Wheel, HRC Race Plugs, Dog Fight Stainless Steel Pipes, Bomax, Motorsport Modified Air Box, Blue Anodized Quick Preload Adjusters, Dizzy MC21 Race shock, NHK Adjustable, Steering Damper, Honda Magtek Wheels Freshly Painted Flat Black, Tyga Step Kit, AFAM Sprockets 14t Front and 41t Rear, DID Gold 520ERV Chain, Michelin Pilot Sport Tires, HRC Race Break Pads, Heavy Duty Clutch Cable, Stainless Braided Mesh Lines Front and Rear, Dog Fight cans and more……..

If the lengthy list of modifications isn’t enough to get you revved up then to sweeten the deal the seller is throwing in the following as well.

I will include all extra parts and spares that I have lying around which include a full set of oem bodywork, bike stands, new spark plugs, extra x tubes, and brand new Daytona digital temp gauge that’s not installed.

All of this for $5,000.00, BUT it hasn’t been started in 2 years and currently doesn’t run. The seller states that it needs new plugs, carbs cleaned and some fresh fuel. However, if you aren’t the handy type the owner is willing to get it going and up the price to $5,500.00. Seller also states that it is registered for street use and both the top and bottom end of motor was redone prior to being stored. So if your interested or are a bigger die hard Rossi fan that this guy….

click on over to the Vancouver CL and check it out.

Just for the fun of it I was going to throw in a video of the The Doctor doing his thing, but I couldn’t find one video of Rossi in action that wasn’t blocked by youtube. Did I miss something?




  • OMG, it amazes me what people choose to permanently mark their body with!

    Cool bike though!


  • Hi,

    Your blog is quite informative and your post is well en-crafted and is Thanks for putting this content here. I must say I got the information from your post. It is purely informative, especially for college students.

  • I can’t wait for this MotoGP season to end and see Valentino Rossi winning again next year!

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