Honda VFR 800

2006 HONDA VFR800 INTERCEPTOR – #x0024;7650 (North Denver)

We’re getting closer and closer to spring. a perfect time to throw a leg over a new motorcycle! A VFR would be an optimal choice for this sort of thing. and as it just so happens, I’ve got one for sale!

So, in exchange for your hard-earned cash I will give you a motorcycle that has a few tasteful modifications done, as well as being reliable as your average rock. This is the second 6th generation VFR I’ve owned, and is hands-down the best all-around motorcycle I’ve ever ridden. Everything from commuter duty to weekend warrior to cargo carrier, this bike does it all.

You may be wondering though, If this bike is so great, why are you selling it? Well, it wasn’t a decision that I made lightly or without an immense amount of emotional turmoil. Reason being is that there is another bike I’ve had my eyes on for some time, and I [responsibly] can’t afford to have both.

So – here’s what you’re getting:

– A pearl white Honda VFR 800 Interceptor with 18,000 miles

– Vinyl wrapped on the lower portion of the side fairings in an attempt to replicate the Canadian black/white model

– OEM hard saddlebags, all straps intact, wrapped with carbon fiber vinyl. Honda liners included!

– (Rare!) 8-spoke rear wheel, powdercoated wet white. The front is also powdercoated to match

– 90′ black anodized valve stems (makes checking air pressure a helluvalot easier)

– All rearsets/pegs/levers powdercoated black

– New front wheel bearings

– New front fork oil (Honda HP)

– Clutch and brake systems flushed with ATE SuperBlue DOT4 fluid

– New EBC brake pads front and rear

– New DID VM 530 chain

– New JT sprockets – 16T front, and 44T rear

– Tightwad latch-and-delay HID kit with 4300k bulbs (headlights don’t ignite until the bike is started, and there is a 10-second delay between each bulb igniting to ease the load on the stator)

– Clear stompgrip tank pads

Honda VFR 800

And now the bad stuff: a bike of this age and mileage isn’t going to be showroom perfect, and this one is no exception. When I bought the bike, the previous owner told me that it had tipped over in his garage. One of the fairings has a couple of light scratches, as well as the corresponding bar end.

Not really noticeable unless you’re looking closely, but something to note.

I would prefer to sell the bike as-is with everything included – but should you decide that you’d like to save a bit of money and opt out of the 8-spoke rear wheel or the saddlebags, I am willing to remove those from the bike and drop the price accordingly.

If you’re interested, shoot me an email with questions. Alternatively, you can also shoot me a text at 303.720.6450.

Keywords: honda vfr vfr800 800 interceptor 02 2002 03 2003 04 2004 05 2005 06 2006 07 2007 08 2008 09 2009 sportbike sport touring tourer

Location: North Denver

do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

post id: 4354651251

posted: 2014-02-28 5:49pm

updated: 2014-03-08 9:51am

Honda VFR 800
Honda VFR 800
Honda VFR 800
Honda VFR 800
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