1998 Honda VFR 800 For Sale


Ready to add a VFR to your collection?

Yes, Email me

If you're like me, you immediately go look up estimate of value. I've done that work for you!

Kelly Blue Book Value ($2,500), NadaGuide Value ($2,310)

Keep in mind these don't include upgrades, or the extras with this bike.


  • 27,619 Miles
  • 1998 Honda VFR 800
  • Braided Brake Lines,
  • Micron Exhaust,
  • Power Commander,
  • Pitbull single swing arm stand (shown in photos holding up bike)
  • Givi Luggage box + mount,
  • Original street stuff: mirrors, headlamps, center stand, turn-signals and rear tail light
  • Clean Title
  • Fancy plastic zip-ties to hold some of the plastics. Which are gold to track-day rides, but if this offends, suspect new hardware could be an easy fix.

This has been one of the most versatile motorcycles I've ridden.

I've enjoyed taking this bike across country with a tent on the back, community to work, to recently ripping around the Race Track

While making it track ready I did cut off the license plate holder on the underlying rear fender. (doh!) I thought It take seconds off my lap times... 🤦‍♂️ Sadly it didn't, but it does look cooler. 😎

I do have a replacement under fairing, just needs to be installed!


Has it ever been down?

While riding.. no, while parked yes. I was a tired idiot at the end of a track day, didn't put the bike fully back on the side stand correctly. it tipped over and created the damage shown in the photos.

Could you take the stickers off?

Yes, happy to take off any stickers. For sure will take off 98, others by request.

Wait this was used on the track?

Yes! It held it's own against machines 20 years younger, and was a freaking blast. Which also means it was taken care of perhaps better than a street bike. Oil changed twice a season, brake pads upgraded and KN Air Filter.

Why are you selling it?

Partly because the cash would be nice to fund more track days, and partly because I have another bike, so hard to justify having both.

Can it be made street legal again?

Yes! I've kept all the parts I've taken off, sans the license plate holder mentioned above. It will take some work, though it can be done with some elbow grease and patience. :)