Raising money for Riding For Kids Charity and the fight against Brain Tumoursby Harry Fisher, on
Honda America is doing its bit for charity by putting up for auction three Repsol Fireblades from its own collection. The money raised from the auction of a ’05, ’07, and ’09 race replica bikes will go to Riding For Kids Charity.
Honda America Raising Money For Charity
If there’s one thing that bikers do better than anyone else (only one...?) it’s reaching out to help others. Honda America is living proof of this as it is auctioning off three iconic CBR1000RR Fireblades in the equally iconic Repsol Honda replica livery.
The three bikes, from 2005, 2007 and 2009 are from Honda America’s own collection and all money raised will be going to the Riding For Kids Charity and to help in the fight against paediatric brain tumours.
The sale of the bikes is taking place on the Iconic Motorbike Auctions website and all three are zero-mile, completely original machines and would be an amazing addition to any collection.
It’s only in selected years that American Honda has imported the Repsol Fireblades so they remain a relatively rare sight on US roads. Repsol is a global multi-energy company whose title sponsorship connections with HRC (Honda Racing Company) go all the way back to 1994 and encompass 15 MotoGP rider World Championships from the likes of Mick Doohan, Valentino Rossi, Casey Stoner and Marc Marquez, not forgetting, of course, the USA’s very own Nicky Hayden.
You’ll have to hurry as the auction ends on the 10th September.