There are motorcycles, and there are Holy Grails. The Honda VFR750R was made with one purpose — winning the World Superbike Championship, which it did in the first two seasons of the series' existence, 1988 and 1989. A unique 16-valve, V4 motor configuration, gear-driven camshafts, massive brakes, and 118hp made the VFR750R a wrecking ball. And don't let the road-going homologation models fool you — these are track bikes through-and-through. While there are other, more rare bikes around, the RC30's pedigree and thin veneer of civility make it a classic like no other.