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Street Legal Racing Bike

With the launch of the Honda RC213V-S the Japanese automotive giant has unleashed a MotoGP racing monster on the roads. The RC213V is a street legal racing bike that has won consecutive championships in the MotoGP class of the FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix in 2013 and 2014.

Honda developed its own racing vehicles and in 1959, they started competing in the Isle of Man TT races. In 1961, Honda successfully won the TT race championships in the two classes it entered. The total number of cumulative racing victories for Honda reached an unprecedented 600 wins in 2005, which rose to a cumulative 695 victories as of June 11, 2015.

Since the Isle of Man TT races, Honda has positioned its racing activities in a wide variety of races as its “laboratory on wheels,” and has incorporated the feedback from the wide-ranging technologies developed for competition in these races into its commercially available production models, relying on these technologies as a way to help maintain and evolve the excellent performance and reliability of Honda motorcycles.

The new RC213V-S is not merely the ult of a feedback of technologies created by Honda through its competition in races into a commercially available model, but rather represents a wholly new endeavor to make it possible for a machine developed for competition in MotoGP races to run on public roads.

Unfortunately Honda has no plans to ship the RC213V-S to the Arab region, but you can import the bike from Europe, the U.S., Australia or Japan. Priced at $184,000, only a few models are available.