Officially announced in June of 2015, every publication called it the same thing: a MotoGP bike for the street. As MCN put it, “The long-awaited Honda RC213V-S really is a MotoGP bike with lights and as close to the real thing as is practical and affordable.”
Honda announced that their plan was to hand-build one a day with a maximum run of 250 bikes. Unfortunately, the 2016 Fukushima earthquake and tsunami affected production and roughly 125 were built.
As you would assume on a bike this incredible, the components were just about as good as it got for the time – Honda claimed that the Brembo braking components (with the exception of 5.5mm steel rotors and pads) were the same as what they used on their MotoGP bike. That was paired with forged Marchesini magnesium wheels as well as an Ohlins TTX25 fork and TTX36 shock, and it all hung off a frame built by Moriwaki. This particular bike is dressed in the full Sports Kit and is simply stunning to behold.
Each photo is printed and signed by Nathan May. We print these in house on a Canon Pro-2100 using Canon Lucia Pro inks.
Dimensions: 24" wide x 36" tall (2ft x 3ft)
Material: Heavyweight Luster Photo Paper