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    Default The End for Repsol Street Bikes?

    Is it the end of an era?? 2 years without Repsol liveries.

    What the **** is happening?! I sure hope they change this at some point becauseeeee
    i need a new Repsol.

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    Patience brother!
    2015 Repsol SP,Sato lever guards,HRC reservoir socks,Tech Spec clear tank pads,4x Go Pro mounts,Shorai battery,Shock recall completed,Repsol Hugger,R&G Ti radiator guard,frame and f/r axle sliders,tail tidy,Motobriiz chain luber,Rene/FP Racing rear caliper relocator bracket in BK Camo. 2013 Red Fury for a daily driver.

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    Default Re: The End for Repsol Street Bikes?

    There is no set schedule for the Repsol. I was very happy to get my 2016 and will get whatever iteration pops up next (as long as it is a 1K). That's what keeps these bikes kind of exclusive. We've all had the "Is that a real Repsol" conversation at a ride or a bike night..lol
    Never love anything so much that you cannot leave it on a moments notice..except your Repsol..

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    Actually, there very much was a schedule for Repsols. Since the inaugural model year, 2005, Honda has made Repsols every 2 years on the odd number year. '05, the original... '07, the pretty one.... '09, the performer... (and the last of the serialized Repsols...) '11 and '13 a few cosmetic changes, but the drivetrain is the same as the '09... and the '15 which got a new suspension front and rear and a new paint scheme.

    There has not been a factory produced Repsol since 2015 and Honda is being very tight lipped about whether there will be any more Repsols. But my contacts at HRC feel confident that the Orange will return to the streets, but nobody knows when.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    Actually, there very much was a schedule for Repsols. Since the inaugural model year, 2005, Honda has made Repsols every 2 years on the odd number year. '05, the original... '07, the pretty one.... '09, the performer... (and the last of the serialized Repsols...) '11 and '13 a few cosmetic changes, but the drivetrain is the same as the '09... and the '15 which got a new suspension front and rear and a new paint scheme.

    There has not been a factory produced Repsol since 2015 and Honda is being very tight lipped about whether there will be any more Repsols. But my contacts at HRC feel confident that the Orange will return to the streets, but nobody knows when.
    I hope so... i'm getting impatient!

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    Default Re: The End for Repsol Street Bikes?

    I too would like a new Repsol, but Honda haven't produced a bike to tempt me in years

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    Quote Originally Posted by imdying View Post
    I too would like a new Repsol, but Honda haven't produced a bike to tempt me in years
    I rode a new CBR and was very impressed with it from my 2009 model. Very much better feeling for me, UGLY AS SIN, but feels great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repsol Dave View Post
    and the '15 which got a new suspension front and rear and a new paint scheme.
    Don't forget the 2016...like mine.
    Never love anything so much that you cannot leave it on a moments notice..except your Repsol..

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    Default Re: The End for Repsol Street Bikes?

    Maybe there will be a Repsol V4????

    bwahahaha

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    Now that's just cruel. Good job!
    2015 Repsol SP,Sato lever guards,HRC reservoir socks,Tech Spec clear tank pads,4x Go Pro mounts,Shorai battery,Shock recall completed,Repsol Hugger,R&G Ti radiator guard,frame and f/r axle sliders,tail tidy,Motobriiz chain luber,Rene/FP Racing rear caliper relocator bracket in BK Camo. 2013 Red Fury for a daily driver.

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    Default Re: The End for Repsol Street Bikes?

    I have my deposit on a V4 S, maybe the Repsol livery is in order?
    Never love anything so much that you cannot leave it on a moments notice..except your Repsol..

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