In the late 1980s, Honda experimented with a variety of motorcycle styles to find some that would be extremely marketable. One of those was the Honda GB500. It was based on a dirt bike motor with a 4-stroke engine that drivers could run like crazy without breaking. The bike acquired the nickname "Tourist Trophy," and although it was not as popular as Honda hoped when it was introduced, it gained a cult following. The motorcycle has a sleek design and is smaller than some of the motorcycles with larger engines and frames. While most owners now do not use the bike for racing, it does have the look of its racing ancestors. Some Honda GB500 owners prefer to keep the bikes as close to the original as possible, while others want to take a good thing and make it even better. With the wide variety of listings available on eBay, owners can find a motorcycle to restore and parts to improve it. No matter what you need, you can find what it takes to get your Tourist Trophy back in the running.
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