Year: 1990
Factory Racer

The RC30 was a homologation bike for the World Superbike series, but instantly became an object of desire for more than racers. It looked so delicate and fragile until it was turned on. Then, it morphed into a banshee. RC30s made 112bhp in Europe and 86bhp in the U.S., and had a long first gear and slipper clutch to improve rideability on the move. It’s a great bike to ride, but its enduring popularity stems from rarity and shockingly good looks.