Nolan Freebury’s Oddball RF900 Track Weapon.

You normally park on track and you see GSXR’s, R1s and the rest of the latest superbikes and supersports. Nolan’s RF started its life in the mid 90s as an alternative answer to ZX9R and Fireblade. The bike although a big bore, fitted with budget components and the upgraded RS2 wasn’t able to match the competition so Suzuki stopped production in 1999. The Big Stingray looking bike have a small cult following and Nolan’s bike is one of the best out there. Freebury’s bike runs yamaha R1/6 forks (also front wheel) and brakes, aftermarket rear-sets for that extra ground clearance. Motor breathing with the help of the Slovenian experts Akrapovic.

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