Classic Honda CB1100

Posted: 02 Oct 2012

One of the highlights for Honda at Intermot today mixed old with new in the form of the CB 1100 – based on the influential CB750 Four. The naked, air-cooled, four-cylinder machine benefits from classic styling combined with modern technology for engaging performance.

A slim seat aids the upright, yet relaxed riding position, but the key features being talked about on this machine are the steel double cradle frame which houses the engine, with 41mm conventional telescopic forks and twin rear shocks providing compliant and finely tuned suspension.

Heralded as sporty, but not a sportsbike, the Japanese manufacturer claims that the CB 1100 stirs memories of how bikes used to look…and feel.

Honda CB 1100

 

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