2015 Honda® CBR300R Light, Nimble, Affordable. Check out the new CBR® 300R—it’s got a wide powerband for plenty of power around town or on the freeway. The CBR® 300R is narrow, light and flickable, offering excellent fuel economy, a ton of fun and about as user-friendly as a bike can be. And...
This thing is nearly mint, and I just put around $1500 worth of work into it. New IRC Road Winner tires (less than 1k), new NICHE semi-metallic pads front/back, new OEM air cleaner, ProHonda 50/50 coolant flush, DOT4 brake fluid flush/bleed front/back, new OEM oil, filter, gasket. Just winterized it, chain lube & adjustment to 1 1/4", and did fuel treatment.
I upgraded it to a 2021 Ninja 400 with 2k miles. Traded it in (12/29/21), sad to see it go. It'll make someone happy. It was a good first bike. 10k miles.
This had the crankshaft replacement through manufacturer recall work done, and frame is stamped.
So if you are in the MD/WV/VA/PA/DC area, or even elsewhere, and are looking for an inexpensive, well taken care of, nearly mint condition 300R, get it while you can.
My new bike non-ABS N400 (on par with the CBR500R, but slightly faster and less expensive):