“The Fireblade is an awesome bike and has meant so much to me over the last 30 years"
John McGuinness, MBE
"There is no event like the Isle of Man TT in the world and this motorcycle celebrates Honda’s, and my own part, racing in it.”
John McGuinness, MBE
Own a piece of history
Limited-Edition John McGuinness 100th TT Start Race Replica
Honda UK will be unveiling this special limited-edition Fireblade at the NEC Motorcycle Live show in Birmingham - 19th-27th November.
Based on the top-specification 30th Anniversary CBR1000RR-R SP, the gold detailing mirrors the livery of the history-making Fireblade ridden by John at last June's Isle of Man TT races.
With a maximum of 30 bikes being sold worldwide, with an OTR of £30,000, you could be one of the lucky few to own a piece of racing history.
The John McGuinness 100th TT Start Fireblade SP features a specially commissioned replica paint scheme, an airbox cover autographed by the 23-time race winner himself, and an individually numbered plaque on the headstock.
While a captivating film-strip depicts all of McPint's starts on the 37 3/4-mile Mountain Circuit.
In addition to the SP model's Öhlins Smart Electronic Control (SE-C), 43mm NPX forks and TT-36 rear shock, and Brembo stoppers, the Anniversary features a ‘Ring of Fire’ screen animation. The bike's serial number is laser-engraved on the top yoke and 30th Anniversary logos are found on the Smart Key and laser-engraved on the Akrapovic muffler, marking the machine’s special place in Honda history.
A 35% lighter carbon mudguard and 10% lighter carbon hugger – both Genuine Honda Accessories – reduce weight, and a rear seat cowl and TT-style taller screen complete the road racing look. Fittingly, track-ready Metzeler Racetec RR tyres are installed on gold-striped wheels (with the original rubber also supplied with the bike).
Meet a legend
Each lucky customer will not only receive a custom Fireblade garage mat, a genuine Honda indoor dust cover and a 3D laser-engraved crystal featuring a design of the McGuinness replica, but will also have the opportunity to meet the Morecambe Missile at Honda Racing HQ in Louth for an official handover.