Take to the streets with attitude, presence and all-round versatility. Free to explore the city and all it has to offer, or get to and from work in style, stand out, be bold and enjoy the ride. When you’re done for the week, set off on the great open road and embark on a long, unforgettable journey across towns, countries and continents. The only limit is your imagination.
An inline-four street-bike is truly a thing of beauty. It’s all business, and you never get tired looking at it. Simply put, the Honda CB1000R is the best open-class naked streetfighter we’ve ever produced. It has cutting-edge Neo-Sports Café styling and a high-revving 998cc four-cylinder engine that’s specially tuned for midrange and top-end power.
Few motorcycles can claim to be exceptional at all things, but the Honda CB650R is one bike that stands out from the rest. It starts with the inline-four engine, oozing with power and begging to be revved. Then there’s the seating position, placing you more upright for long-distance comfort. Perhaps the best part is the ‘Neo Sport’ styling, offering a modern take on the naked sportbike with waterfall-style headers, wide handlebars and LED lighting front and back and ABS as standard.
Fun to ride, a joy to own, the CB300R has many of the premium features found on its larger capacity siblings but in an ultra-lightweight and compact form, tipping the scales at just 143kg wet. It’s our lightweight star with a performance advantage. The CB300R puts certainly put the full force of Honda’s engineering prowess, design philosophy and high build quality firmly on display.
Honda’s new 2021 CMX 1100 is going to change the way you think about cruisers. Sure, it has the low seat height, twin-cylinder engine and relaxed riding position that make cruiser-class machines so timelessly popular. But it also has something most cruisers lack: genuine arm-straightening performance, and a chassis and suspension package that lets you dial up the pace when the road gets twisty.
For 2020, the CMX is still that learner licence-friendly 500cc parallel twin-cylinder compact cruiser you know but we’ve added some impressive upgrades like a LED lighting package (headlight, taillight, turn signals and more) new instruments, a slipper/assist clutch that lightens clutch pull, new suspension and we’ve added a kitted-up variant called the S Edition too. The CMX ‘S Edition’ has a set of factory-fitted accessories including a headlight cowl, all-black fork covers and gaiters, plus a diamond-stitch style seat. Now more than ever, express yourself on a CMX.
The CB500F is an aggressively-styled streetfighter; it’s one of Honda’s tried-and-trusted formulas, with uncompromising lines that further elevate its technical and mechanical aspects. The CB500F has an entertaining twin-cylinder engine wrapped in a simple, lightweight, sporty chassis, which can be as much fun for a veteran rider as it is for those still building their riding experience.
Everyone loves the Honda Monkey. The original Monkey was a 1960’s hit; add a few decades of evolution, throw in a couple of bananas and you get Honda’s genuinely iconic mini-bike re-imagined for the present day. With styling that draws heavily on the original, complemented by modern, premium touches such as USD forks, twin rear shocks, LCD instruments, IMU-based ABS and full LED lighting. Wet weight is a mere 107kg. Who doesn’t want a pocket-sized town run-around with the Monkey name and iconic, reborn and ready for life in the 21st century city.
Does that thing look like fun or what? The Grom has gained an almost cult following because of just that, it’s ready to make the most boring parts of your day (like the work commute) the most fun you can have on two wheels. It sports a 125cc fuel injected engine that delivers loads of usable power. New or smaller riders will love the Grom’s light weight agility and how it’s just so easy to handle thanks to its compact dimensions – low seat height, compact wheel base and an overall kerb weight of 104kg.
The fun and economical CB125e is designed with Honda’s renowned quality and durability, ideal for riders looking for a reliable, fuel efficient commuter machine. The CB125e is a popular entry level bike, ideal for beginners looking for their first two-wheeled companion, its strong and dependable with easy handling. Learner approved, the CB125e is priced competitively and offers value like no other motorcycle in its class.
The Super Cub C125 marks the evolution of the legendary Super Cub; which has been sold in over 160 countries and in excess of over 100 million units. Now Honda welcomes a new chapter in the Cubs unique story with the release of the C125, designed for modern life in a busy city, its timeless design expresses value and universality and offers a new level of performance with a modern engine and updated handling ability.
The CT125 joins the Monkey and the Super Cub as the latest model of old to get a modern-day re-vamp. Born as a concept, the new-era CT125 received so much attention, it was an easy decision to move it into production for the world to enjoy. Based off the iconic CT110 - a legendary Honda machine more commonly known as the ‘Postie’ bike - the CT125 boasts a 125cc, 1-cyl, 4-stroke engine, electric Start, ABS, LED lighting and a digital display.