So after selling my RRE to take a totally different look at biking to a buy a CB750K, after much travelling and looking, mostly at completely overpriced mutton dressed up as lamb, I have realised the hunt will be long and painful, so after a few weeks of being Bladeless for the first time in 20 years, and a rather empty space in the garage thought I would plump for something that I didn’t buy first time round for reasons that I have no idea why as I always liked them. So it was a toss up between an R1 and this, so the R1 will have to wait a little longer, but Paulos has got me trawling the ads already. So finally found a very clean Foxeye, after a 250 mile ride home, I realised why everyone creamed their pants over them when they changed sports bikes forever, cracking smooth and responsive engine, that just piles on speed in a way some bikes of the early 90s did but then added the essential trick of going around a corner at high speed as well which the others couldn't, coupled with a front end that don’t need much provocation to get airborne, the only thing that reminds you of it’s era are the brakes, which are compared to today’s stoppers are best described as relaxed. Really wanted the R over the N & P, although they were the ground breakers that twin round light setup was best left with RC30s and 1980s style and not the 90s and for me the Foxeye was the pick of the pack. So after a long day to Devon and back, I’ve dumped it in the garage and will give it a good look over tomorrow, but it crunches miles with ease and is quite roomy with just the wide tank that shows its age. Big thanks to the guys at Torbay Honda for a painless buying experience, very accommodating and helpful guys.