by R. M. Clarke
Introduced in 1992, the Honda CBR900RR Fireblade came to dominate the litre-class Super Sports category with a heady combination of hard-charging engine performance, smoothness, responsive handling and all this was packed into the proportions of a 600cc-class machine. The lightweight Fireblade, designed by Tadao Baba, soon gained an astounding level of world-wide popularity. The Blade sold like hot cakes and demand soon outstripped supply as riders quickly recognized it's class breaking qualities.
New models followed and in 2002 Honda released the 'all new' 954cc Fireblade to a rapturous welcome and for many this was the best looking Fireblade since the early Foxeye of 1994. The Honda FireBlade CBR900RR from 1992-2003 is story told through 28 articles drawn from three continents.
Included are road and comparison tests, model intros and buyers guides.
Models covered: CBR900RR 893cc, 918cc, CBR929RR and CBR954RR.
Brooklands Books Ltd "Road Test" books provide a wide range and collection of road tests, comparison tests, new model introductions, long term tests, and other articles taken from the world's leading motoring magazines. The Limited Edition series deal mostly with makes and models of a highly specialised nature and are generally printed in small quantities. Each book has 92 pages and around 200 illustrations.
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