|"Last of the Red-Hot 990cc Vee-Fives"
Buy The Hayden RC211V Championship Print Here
After the 2006 MotoGP season ended, HRC flew Nick Hayden's championship-winning RC211V back to Japan and prepared to put it in their museum. Before it was rolled into position, they did allow artist Kendge Shibata to examine the bike in detail in order to produce an art print of the machine that won the last 990cc MotoGP title.
Printed 11.75" x 16.5" and resplendent in vibrant colors and "I can smell the technology" detail, these prints feature heavyweight, acid-free, archival-quality paper and UV-stable inks to ensure that the artwork remains as crisp and clear in the future as it is right now. Shipped to your house for $38.69
Honda and Nick Hayden's world championship was a seminal moment in motorcycle roadracing, and it was the culmination of decades of hard work and dedication by a rider who has diligently focused on winning a world championship since almost before he learned to walk.
You need this print on your wall, not only for its sheer moto-aesthetics, but also to pay homage to a truly historical feat. It makes a great gift for yourself or for anyone who appreciates competition, technology, fine art, and the thrill of victory. They are a wonderful addition to the classic Honda Superbike and GP prints, or the neat Honda streetbike prints we offer.
Shipped Via First Class Mail In a Heavy Duty Tube. All orders come with Soup decals.
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