Pictured above in its Vance & Hines racing livery commemorating Thomas Stevens’ AMA Superbike Championship aboard the aforementioned OWO1, the Yamaha FZR600 remained in production, largely unchanged, for a decade. The FZR represents a time when 600cc sportbikes were built with some streetability in mind before the performance-focused, and re-engineered nomenclature YZF-R6 took its place as the 600cc performance leader. Along with the 600, Yamaha offered stateside the FZR1000, while foreign markets enjoyed the ultra-cool FZR400RR.