Up for sale in Tennessee is a nice looking 1992 Honda CBR600F2 in our favorite livery for that bike – white on Cherry red.
We cant tell much from the description, other than the owner’s assurances that this bike is “adult-ridden.” we dont know about you, but we’ve never acted 100% like an adult while riding a sport bike—let alone one that looks this good.
Seller states about 35k miles on the clock, which is a lot, but not more than halfway through this engine’s life, and the bits that might wear visibly due to abuse and neglect look good. Seller states that it has “no issues” and “no leaks.”
Our only complaint is the dragon sticker on the front cowl, and the colored downlights, which give this one a certain “hanging out at the mall” feel to us. But those things are easily changed.
This “F2” CBR600 was the sucessor to Honda’s incredibly popular and performant Hurricane bike, and by all accounts, this early 90s machine did not disappoint. Most folks think this model looks sleeker and pulls harder than its predecessor.
When new, this bike could produce 85hp, at 47 lbft of torque, which could push the bike up to 130mph in a hurry. Stopping power is provided by dual disks up front and a single in the rear. In this case, all the noise exists out the back in an aftermarket exhaust which we dont get a brand name for in the seller’s post.
CBR 600 F