A collection of significant works Honda racing machines from the past.
2-cylinder, 4-cycle, DOHC, 125cc
The first Honda racing machine to appear on the IOM and as entered into the 1959 TT races. Finished 6th. (Shown without race fairing)
4-cylinder, 4-cycle, DOHC, 250cc
Honda's first DOHC Four. Winner of the 1959 All-Japan Motorcycle Endurance Race held at Mt. Asama. Rider: No.163 Sadao Shimazaki
Winner of all nine races in the 250cc class in the 1962 World Championship series. West German GP winner. Rider: No.101 Jim Redman
2-cylinder, 4-cycle, DOHC, 50cc
World's first 50cc road racer powered by a 4-stroke 2-cylinder DOHC engine. Ridden to victory at the first All-Japan Road Race at Suzuka. Rider No.11 Tommy Robb.
CR93 Benly Racer. 1962.
Production racer designed to GP standards for Clubman racing. Finished third in the 1962 Isle of Man 125 TT Race.
6-cylinder, 4-cycle, DOHC, 24-valve, 7-speed, 249cc.
The world famous Honda-six that captured the 250cc World Championships for two consecutive years, plus Isle of Man TT winner with Mike Hailwood.
CB750 Racer. 1970
4-cylinder, 4-cycle, SOHC, 750cc.
Winner of the 1970 Daytona 200 Mile Race with rider Dick Man.
4-cylinder, 4-cycle, 1000cc
1976 Bol d'Or 24-Hour Winner and 1976 European Endurance Champions with 7 wins out of 8 races. Riders No.5: Jean Claude Chemarin/Alex George.
Oval Piston, 4-cylinder, 4-cycle, 500cc
An innovative racing project to try and compete with 4-stroke technology, Honda's main production motorcycle basis, against competitors 2-stroke racers.
3-cylinder, 2-cycle, 500cc
Honda's first liquid-cooled 500cc road racer. Winner of the Belgian and San Marino GPs in 1982. Rider No.40: Freddie Spencer.
4-cylinder, 2-cycle, 500cc
The greatest GP machine of all time. Winner of 10 500cc World Championships and over 100 races.
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