1986 Honda VFR500=SOLD=

“Honda’s early V4 middleweight is one of those Japanese classics which is adored by the few and ignored by almost everyone else…” – Real Classic


1986 Honda VFR500 interceptor classic sport bike 10757 miles only driven 50 miles in the past 2 years. needs carb cleaning a service. Price $2500


General information
Model:Honda VF 500 F
Rating:78.8 out of 100.
Engine and transmission
Displacement:497.00 ccm (30.33 cubic inches)
Engine type:V4, four-stroke
Power:70.00 HP (51.1 kW)) @ 11500 RPM
Top speed:199.0 km/h (123.7 mph)
Bore x stroke:60.0 x 44.0 mm (2.4 x 1.7 inches)
Valves per cylinder:4
Fuel control:Double Overhead Cams/Twin Cam (DOHC)
Cooling system:Liquid
Transmission type,
final drive:
Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels
Front tyre:100/90-16
Rear tyre:110/90-18
Front brakes:Dual disc
Rear brakes:Single disc
Physical measures and capacities
Weight incl. oil, gas, etc:206.0 kg (454.2 pounds)
Fuel capacity:17.00 litres (4.49 gallons)
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About the Author:

The Trott family has been in the motorcycle industry for 90+ years. After starting out in Birmingham, England they moved the business into London. My great grandfather, Fred Trott I, and grandfather Fred Trott II, sold anything from Triumphs, BSAs, Arials and Vincents to Vespas, Lambrettas, James, Nortons, etc. Really, anything they could get their hands on. My Father, Fred Trott III, moved from London, England to San Antonio, Texas in 1969 and went to work at Cycle World on Broadway. They were The Honda, Triumph and Harley dealer in town. Then, in 1978, Fred left Cycle World and opened his own motorcycle shop which is, to this day, known as The Motorcycle Shop. We have been selling all types and makes of used motorcycles, scooters, dirt bikes, atvs, and sometimes watercraft ever since we opened. The Motorcycle Shop has and always will be a family owned and operated buisness. The family now consists of Fred and Gwen Trott, my brother, Fred Trott IV, (who moved back to London, England to start his own motorcycle shop), and my wife and I, Jason and Jenny Trott.