RB50 GAG is an interesting small bike. It’s one of those mini bikes the Japanese motorcycle manufacturers introduced for about three decades ago. But unlike RV50 Van Van or the PV50, RB50 wasn’t a naked bike. No, it took the design from the racing track and its own GSX-R or RG/RGV Gamma models.
The RB50 GAG (A-LA41A) was introduced in 1986 and there were four different graphics available: bomber styled white, rabbit ”Little Racing” pink, GSX-R replica blue/white (also called GSX-R50, the minigixxer) and red/white (see pictures below). All four shared the same machinery.
The frame of the RB50 GAG was advanced. Like a ”real” racer, the mini-replica had also a welded aluminum box frame, hydraulic disc brake (at the front) and Full-Floater aluminum box-type swingarm.
This amazing survivor is unregistered with only 40 miles recorded from new. On display as part of a private collection from new, this is your opportunity to be the very first registered keeper of a unique collectors piece.