The Honda CBF1000F is a true beast wrapped in a pretty modern design language. Talking about design, the motorcycle features an aerodynamic that seems to merge with the sporty fuel tank. Needless to say that the bike has also received perfect ergonomics, so you won’t have to worry about comfort even when a long journey waits in front of you.
The Honda CBR1000F is propelled by an inline 4 cylinder, liquid-cooled 4-stroke, 16-valve DOHC, 998 cc engine with PGM-FI electronic fuel injection. The engine puts out a maximum power of 79 kw at 9000 rpm and 96Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. Its power is kept in leash by a modern six speed transmission.
But power without control is useless; thereby the CBF1000F has received a set of sporty suspensions which give you a great handling but also a pretty comfortable ride. They consist of a rear Pro-Link configuration with gas-charges HMAS damper (120 mm axle travel) and a front 41 mm cartridge-type telescopic fork (120 mm axle travel).
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The Honda CBF1000 has a lot to love. For the starters features an elegant design language, with a modern fairing, sporty headlights and an aerodynamic windscreen. You also get a sculpted fuel tank and a pretty spacious 3-step adjustable seat that keeps you comfortable even when you have to deal with long journeys.
At the heart of the Honda CBF1000 lies a 998 cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, inline-4 engine that cranks out a maximum output of 79kW at 9,000 and 96 Nm of torque at 6500 rpm. The engine features a modern PGM-FI system and is paired with a six speed transmission. It is also worthy of being mentioned that it is fed by a 19 liters (including 4 litre reserve) fuel tank.
The motorcycle’s speed is kept in leash by Honda’s Combined Antilock Brake System which keeps you safe over variable road conditions.
The Honda CBF1000 is offered with a starting price of £7,925.
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The Honda CBF600F is one of the most popular motorcycles built by the Japanese manufacturer. This success can be pretty simply explained, as the motorcycle is easy to handle, reliable and also fairly capable feeling home on the race track but also on the congested city streets.
The Honda CBF600F is powered by a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 16-valve engine with PGM-FI fuel injection. The engine puts out a maximum power of 75kW at 12,000 rpm and 64Nm of torque at 10,500 rpm.
As far as style is concerned the Honda CBF600F doesn’t look as futuristic as other models in its segment, but this doesn’t mean that is less aerodynamic. The sharp cut fairing and the short windscreen help it cut though the air with poise while the sporty exhaust, the modern-shaped fuel tank and the elegant headlight underline its aggressive character.
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Affordable, light and agile, the 2013 Honda CBF 125 is ready to follow your lead with obedience. This compact motorcycle comes with a pretty sporty design language which underlines its nimble character. As far as style is concerned, we especially like the modern half cowl, the compact screen and the raised handlebars. Not to mention about the comfortable seat and its low height which give you a fairly relaxed riding position.
Power comes from an air-cooled, 4-stroke, 2-valve OHC engine with a displacement of 124.7cm3. The engine features PGM-FI electronic fuel injection and is paired with a 5-speed transmission.
The bike rides on a front 30 mm telescopic fork (115 axle travel) paired with a rear conventional twin shock, double tube damper with 3-step adjustable spring preload (87mm axle travel).
The Honda CBF 125 is offered with a base price of £2,600.
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The Honda CBF Stunner may be characterized as a commuter bike, but the engineers of the company succeeded in giving it the requisites of being a sporty bike. So that now, the bike looks and performs like what a super cool sports bike should be all about.
For all of its impressive looks, there is some downside to the CBF Stunner PGM Fi. For one, you might be in for a little disappointment because the bike carries an analog dashboard that comprises of just a fuel gauge at the right dial, a trip meter and a speedometer at the left. Moreover, a mono-suspension, a fuel injection engine, aluminum foot pegs, and an LED tail lamp are all missing.
But if you can let all of that go, you can still enjoy a lot of the positive characteristics that should make this bike a hot item on the market. The tubeless tires at the front - 80/100 - and the rear - 90/100 - is the first of its sort to be fitted into a 125cc bike. Plus, there’s the presence of the five spoke black alloy wheels, which is always an aesthetic positive.
The CBF Stunner also comes with prototype of its category feature in the 125cc portion - a desegrated face cowl, sporty separate seats, a wider tubeless ring at the face, and the lateral for every variants and a sporty measure travel holder.
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CBF’s sexy lines are accompanied by the ones of the model which helps reflect better the bike’s sport-touring attitude with dream-worthy design features. The difference is the fact that the model hasn’t got much wind protection (see the fans part) while the Honda has plenty of it. Nice one though!
Introduction Totally redesigned to appeal to an even wider range of rider tastes and riding styles, the new 2008 CBF600 charges to the front of the mid-displacement Naked class with a compact and powerful new CBR600RRbased engine, an advanced new cast aluminum frame and lighter, more attractive styling that is certain to win fast new friends on every road it travels. Also featuring lighter weight, stronger performance with lower emissions and crisp, sporty handling, the all-new CBF600 (...) More
Check out the paintjob on this 2007 Honda Hornet 600 that I found on the web. If you want your toy to look pretty much like the one that Nicky Hayden is riding but you are in doubts because the Hornet is not fully faired, these pictures will help you decide in an instant.
The 2007 Honda Hornet features new everything: new motor, derived from the CBR600RR, new aluminum chassis to replace the old steel one and a new front fork turned upside down from 41mm. But let’s see what Arrow has prepared for this bike.