CB1000R Introducing the CB1000R Starting From POA

CB1000R

The CB1000R, Honda’s Neo Sports Café flagship, receives subtle cosmetic changes for 20YM, further enhancing its premium feel and commanding road presence. Replacing silver accents, the now all black triple clamp and stem are complemented by a new Metallic Matte Ballistic Black headlight surround. Colour changes to the rear spring and front brake discs are capped off with a striking silver racing stripe running up the spine of the fuel tank.

The bike will be available in three dynamic colours, with Candy Chromosphere Red and Graphite Black being joined by the new Matt Pearl Glare White scheme.

Starting from £11,499

Introduction

Motorcycling has seen many shifts in riders’ expectations of their bikes – what they do, how they look and how they make them feel – over the last decade. And Honda has never been afraid to apply its technology, engineering and imagination to create motorcycles that inhabit new spaces in the marketplace.

The CB1000R is one such bike - standing out from the crowd by moving away from the standard super sports-derived big naked formula to create a motorcycle that melds exhilarating function to a form that offers a radically fresh, visually stunning two-wheeled aesthetic. It’s a motorcycle that looks, feels and performs very differently from what’s gone before.

In creating this identity, Honda’s development engineers re-assessed the hard-core Sport Naked-Streetfighter underpinnings of the previous CB1000R, elevated its performance parameters and added the unexpected. Steered by retro- industrial minimalism, they stripped everything back, moved away from ‘RR’ inspiration and instead used a host of textured metal finishes and an ultra-minimalist look under the design theme of ‘Neo Sports Café’. The result is a machine with a unique identity, a fusion of Sport Naked and bare-boned Café Racer inspirations.

Type Street
Engine Type Liquid-cooled DOHC In-Line 4 cylinder
Engine Displacement 998cc
Max Power Output 107kw@10,500rpm
Max Torque 104Nm@8,250rpm
Bore x Stroke (mm) 75 x 56.5
Front Brake 310mm double disc
Rear Brake 256mm single disc
Front Suspension Showa SFF-BP USD fork
Front Wheel Cast aluminium
Rear Wheel Cast aluminium
Dimensions 2120mm x 789mm x 1090mm
Frame Type Steel mono-backbone frame
Fuel Tank Capacity 16.2L
Kerb Weight 212kg
Seat Height 830mm
Clutch Wet, multiplate clutch
Final Drive Chain
Gearbox 6-speed
CB1000R Starting from £11,499 OTR
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