The Honda NSR 500 is one of the major machines in Grand Prix history. With 10 world champion titles and over 100 victories, the Honda NSR is one of the greatest champions of all time. But the NSR was a factory machine reserved for official pilots…
From 1983 the HRC (Honda Racing Corporation) produced the Honda RS 500 3 cylinders. This privateer competition bike allowed the French pilot Raymond Roche to finish on the podium of the 1984 500 world championship.
A few RS 500 were sent to various importers for their national pilots. This is how Italian pilot Fabio Billiotti got a RS 500 in 1983 to enter the 500 world championship. It is equipped with the ATAC system on the three cylinders, just like on the NSR.
This motorcycle, now owned by a Belgian collector who uses it on classic events is in perfect working order and now on the market. It was recently painted with the colors of the Belgian pilot Didier De Radigues, but the original livery in the colors of Billiotti (front mudguard, tank, seat, fairing) is available.
Available and visible in Belgium.
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