Sport Rider Photos
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Back in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, the Suzuka 8-Hour was the most important race of the year to the Japanese factories, and the premier TT F1 class basically just had a displacement limit of 750cc. With little rules to hinder development, huge sums of money spent by Honda resulted in the RVF750, a V-4 bristling with titanium, magnesium and carbon fiber that put out 160 horsepower and weighed only 300 pounds fully fueled. Spencer lists this bike as one of his all-time favorites.