1993 Honda Hawk GT 647
Engine Capacity: 647 cm³
Engine Power: 44 kW (60 PS(Hp))
Fuel Type: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual gearbox
The Honda Hawk GT (NT650) motorcycle was designated as model RC31 and was designed by Toshiaki Kishi, and was the second Honda with “Pro-Arm” suspension bike after the RC30 VFR750R. The RC model designation is for bikes up to 750 cc, though the Honda Pacific Coast (PC800) has an engine of more than 750 cc and a model designation of RC34.
The Hawk GT is one of the first modern naked bikes along with the Yamaha SRX, which were both released several years before the Ducati Monster and eventually the Suzuki SV650. The Hawk GT is often described as a cult bike.