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Old 11-07-2014, 07:20 PM   #1
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Honda RC213VS walkaround

Hondas RCV road bike has captivated our imaginations for as long as its been rumoured Not anymore now its here



HOW nice to see the Japanese back doing what they do best. This week's Eicma Milan show saw not one, not two, but three potentially game-changing new sports bikes from Japanese manufacturers.

There was Kawasaki's Ninja H2, Yamaha's new R1 and then this from Honda, a road-going prototype based on the RC213V bike ridden to MotoGP victory by Marc Marquez. It's called the RC213V-S and Visordown was in Milan for its unveiling.


Pictures can only tell you so much, so we shot a series of quick walk-around videos at the show, including one of this delight, which is listed as a 2015 model. We've done the same with Yamaha's new R1, Kawasaki's Ninja H2 and Aprilia's RSV4 RR.


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