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Survivor Round Two: 1999 Honda CBR900RR

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

Location: Portland, OR

Miles: 2,073

Price: Currently $2K with Reserve

Déjà Vu anyone? You might be thinking to yourself, “I feel like I have seen this bike before… maybe in my dreams?” Well, if you are an avid RSBFS reader then you have probably seen this bike posted back in December when it was for sale by its original owner. Check out the original post here.

This 900RR is now currently for sale again by (what I have decoded though various forms of calculus, string theory, and quantum mechanics) it’s second owner. It appears to be in its same condition before with a stock nature except for a braided brake lines, Yoshimura exhaust, and fender eliminator. And it has only racked up another 39 miles from its current owner.

From this seller:

Relisted due to non paying buyer.

I bought this bike earlier in the year as part of my collection but have decided to thin the herd. I purchased this from the original owner with 2034 miles on it. I have ridden 39 miles on it. The bike is all original aside from steel braided brake lines, a Yoshi exhaust and fender elimator kit. Bike has been garaged its whole life and is in amazing condition. Comes with original toolkit and Haynes Manual.

Receipt for $1049.50 from Sept 2011 for:

Complete carb removal and service

Full fluid replacement (engine coolant, brake fluids etc)

New Bridgestone Battleaxe tires front and rear.

There you have it, a third chance to own this clean late-model 900RR. It was a game changer back in the day and still offers an impressive performance. If you missed out on this back in December, and again recently (relisted due to non-paying bidder), now is you chance to make it yours. You know who you are! The universe wants YOU to have it! Check it out the auction here and finally own this bike!

-JS

4 Comments

  • The most reliable Sportbike ever !!! My frend Piero used to rent me out his 900R when I was between bikes . Turn the key …hit the gas !! I know a few guys who got more than 50 000 miles from their trackday bikes . You cannot kill them . And thay are hard to find in decent original condition these days . You have to agree …the fit & finish of them , for a production bike is (was) quite high ! I’ll take one of them over an R-1 any day !

  • What a great buy for someone. These were fantastic bikes and still are. This thing is a real find!

  • Very last year of carbureuted CBR’s. Looks like a perfectly matching targa cover has replaced the passenger seatpad. This bike has one of the best color patterns ever done.

  • I know I will never get rid of my 94. The dual round head lites look the best IMO. The thing with the early ones is they pull from 3 grand and really hit at 6. Coming from V twins was not difficult with the great power range of these older bikes.If you can get one do it.

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