Race for Glory
Yamaha CV80 Beluga
- CV80 Beluga
- minor vehicle
1982 Yamaha CV 80 Beluga.
entry for the blue bike http://racingmemo.free.fr/MOTO-GP-classements_88-500.htm Link to "it.wikipedia.org" 3 stars probably another mocked up to look like the real race bike 14 is a Yamaha RD 500 LC made to look GP.
^ you are spot one, same vents https://classic-motorbikes.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/RD500-static-7.jpg
Is it just me, or do these bikes look around 20 years older? No, they are definitely '80s bikes - particularly with styling like this one - /vehicle_454862.html . I see on imdb that the location is Spa, Belgium so maybe it is based around the world Superbikes of the time. I have no idea what makes they are though. This bike is a modified street legal Suzuki RG 500, it still has the Gamma symbol on the frame near the headstock. It bears no relation to the Fior designed GP bike which had no frame, an inline 4 cyl motor and wishbone front forks. ^ think many bikes for the shot scenes are mocked up street bikes, ^ origin needs changed to Japan, and main pic
in some shots it had double rear exhaust in others just one on the left side, guess they had more of this bikes too
http://racingmemo.free.fr/MOTO-GP-classements_88-500.htm Mike Baldwin. guess this is the real GP bike this fakes don't have a double exaust Link to "riderfiles.wordpress.com" 18 is being played by 2 different bikes, one is accurate as a Honda RS 500 (2 stroke V3), the final 2 thumbs above show a pair of big 4 strokes. the fake one
I was wrong here, the fake bikes are actually quite good, they're both Honda NS400R's, 2 stroke V3 street bike.